September 29, 2016 · 12:01 AM
“If you remove my demons, I would lose my angels”.
Dear friends, in my opinion the religions do business and manipulate our deepest and mystical feelings. They have been the bloodiest justification in the history of the wars of mankind.
They make dogma between angels and demons, and between ‘the good’ and ‘the evil’ just as insurance companies qualify drivers, as ‘bonus’ and ‘malus’.
All this although the contradictions and the feelings in human mind, are certainly: “Complementary and Inseparable”.
Thanks so much for your visit!
By Raphael – St Michael fighting against a demon
September 24, 2016 · 1:33 PM
By Nolde, Emil – Two chinese junks
By McNeill Whistler, J. – A depiction of an old wharf in London
By Singer Sargent – A stream
By Van Gogh – A choppy sea with sailboats
By Renoir – Coast scene
By Callot, Jacques – A seascape with ruins
By Signac – Saint Tropez. Reflexes on the water
By Perepletchikov, Vladimir V. – Sunset over a river
By Turner, J. M. W. – A ship drifting at high seas
By Feininger, Lyonel – Beach scene with bathers
By Monet – Boats
By myself – Sunbathers on the beach
September 21, 2016 · 12:16 AM
By Bartolozzi, F. after Guercino – Saint Matthew advised by an angel about the gospel
September 17, 2016 · 2:47 AM
By McNeill Whistler, J. – Scene in a flower-market
By Millet – Shepherd with sheep under trees
By Munch – In front the window. ‘Night in Saint-Cloud’
By Helleu, Paul Cesar – A young woman sewing
By Pissarro – Peasants haymaking
By Van Gogh – The sweeper
By Daumier – A woman listening to her lawyer
By Bourdelle, Emile A. – Sketch of a peasant
By anonymous artist. 18th century in Thanjavur (India) – A muslim weaver and his wife
By Ancher, Anna – The cobbler
By Picasso – The bullfighter
By Khakhar, Bhupen – Study for The fashion designers
September 11, 2016 · 12:42 AM
“The real voyage consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes in front the new places” (Marcel Proust).
Next week some people will travel and others, like me, will remain in our customary places. To those I wish them, a happy trip, but for us too. We can to prepare our next (maybe I will go to Germany on Christmas) or simply close our eyes and dream with these sketches. The first, about London is dedicated to a very good friend of mine:
Have a wonderful trip and a nice stay Sara ! The next days you’ll be in my mind.
Dear followers, thanks for your visit!
By Roberts, David – A view over Thames and Houses of Parliament
By Matisse – Le pont Saint-Michel over the Seine
By Singer Sargent – A corner of a channel in Venice
By Pissarro & Thornley, G. W – View of the old quarter near the cathedral in Rouen
By Hildebrandt, Eduard – Landscape near Rio de Janeiro
By Rembrandt – Wanderers arriving to Windsor Castle
By Hockney – The garden of a hostel
By Gramatté, Walter – A nocturnal view from a hill over the city in Barcelona
By Van Gogh – Galette’s Mill in Paris
By Topolski, F. – Passengers terminal at London Heathrow Airport
By Poussin – The Coliseum of Roma
By Lebedev, Vladimir and Marshak, S. – Luggage
September 7, 2016 · 1:10 AM
Dear women, as a man I’m, not only I admire the beauty and sweetness of your body and mind, but your courage too. I suggest you check online the story of this saint, an heroine like most of you: another kind of heroines, without behead no one, but with its endless daily tasks and especially with your useful feelings.
I adore your courage! Thanks so much for be here. Cheers!
By Rubens, Peter Paul – Judith beheads Holofernes, holding a sword with her right hand
September 2, 2016 · 10:21 PM
By Dix, Otto – The kitty in a poppy field
By Rembrandt – A blind man with his guide dog and a child
By Da Vinci – Study of the head a dog
By Warhol – Sam reclined
By Klee – The adventures of a kitten
By Hockney – In the corner of the couch
By Rowlandson – Man with barrow and his dog
By Steinlen – An striped cat
By Braque, Georges – ‘L’Aquarium’
By Miller, Alfred Jacob – The crazed Maria with her little dog
By Gauguin – Studies of kittens and a small tahitian sculpture
By Sell Cotman, J. – The starved greyhound