Monthly Archives: March 2017

Abstract. Beginning in front the mirror

By Lichtenstein – Woman and the sea in front a mirror

By Marc, Franz – Abstract shapes

By Miró, Joan – Figures in a landscape

By Carrà, Carlo – Movement of people

By O’Keeffe, Georgia – The air of time. Fairy ink

By Ernst, Max – Eyes

By Luchishkin, Sergei A. – Composition

By Kandinsky – Mind landscape

By Picasso – French kiss

By Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt) – Untitled



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Enjoy this new stage !

HI SISTERS ! Since some days ago, maybe you realized a short text script below the header image of this site that says: “& Women’s World“. Also there is a bit change in colour, now more violet o purple.

I never knew what’s the reason, but 90% of followers on this blog are women. So my gratitude through this blog should focus to you.

Likely your interest in makeup and clothes, but mainly your passion for reading, traveling, for visit museums, etc, should be the main reasons of your leading and protagonism in following matters of Art. In your lives, you often are engaged or simply worried about colours, lines and shapes. Much more than men, that seem too busy with sports or motor subjects and they seem abandon the interest and their commanding role after a lot of centuries with unjust advantages.

Hereinafter among the usual posts dedicated to the topics for the sketches or drawings in this blog, you also will could find some new stuff that I hope you will like. Mainly because you can collaborate with your personal contributions or suggestions. Here is the email address:

As ever I’m so thankful for your loyalty and enjoy !


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Review: The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

Aww Aj ! Thanks so much for this tip ! I’m sure you’re talking about an amazing reading. Thanks a million and my best wishes, dear ❤

The Ravenous Reader's Thoughts

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Last week was a terrible time for me and my family because my dad suffered from a mild stroke/heart attack and was confined at the hospital for five days. For the first two days, he was confused and disoriented. It broke my heart to see him like that because he has always been so active and so animated despite being already 70 years of age. I got my passion for reading from him and you’ll probably won’t believe me but I did convince him to read Hunger Games, Divergent and the likes. He’s home now and he’s recovering very well. Why I had to share this is because during the days I didn’t know what to do, the magic of reading once again worked its miracles on me. This particular book kept me distracted from thinking too much or crying too much and perhaps for that alone, this…

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2.000 Followers. Thank you !


March 26, 2017 · 4:34 AM

Letters, diaries and manuscripts. Evelina’s courtesy

HI SISTERS ! Today we have a new great contribution from Rome, by our friend Evelina Di Lauro: a follower and also an inspired artist and photographer.

Evelina Di Lauro, posing in Rome

Thanks so much to her, and thanks so much to all of you for your visits

By Marc, Franz – Lying red dog

By Van Gogh – Manuscript with an sketch of a sea scene

By Pissarro, Camille – Scene of countrywomen

By Kirchner, Raphael – Four bathers

By Picasso – A postcard to Paris

A CONTRIBUTION by Di Lauro, Evelina – Italy

By Burne-Jones – Letter from the album ‘Letters to Katie’

By Matisse – Poster for an exhibition

By Cavalcaselle, Giovanni B. – Drawing of Raphael’s Galatea fresco at the Farnesina

By Cocteau, Jean – The pussycat face


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Plants, trees, botanical and still life. Suzie’s courtesy

HI SISTERS ! Today we have a new great contribution from Dublin, by our friend Suzie Peron: a follower and also an inspired artist.

Suzie Peron posing with sunglasses

Thanks so much to her, and thanks so much to all of you for your visits. Enjoy the spring!

By Vrúbel, Mijaíl Aleksándrovich – Bouquet

By Van Gogh – Roots, study of a tree

By Singer Sargent – Gourds

By Hokusai, Katsushika – Cherry blossoms and warbler

By Burchfield, Charles E. – Study of thorny plants

A CONTRIBUTION by Peron, Suzie – Still-life

By Da Vinci – Study of the branches of a plant

By Dalí – ‘Te doy mi corazón’ (‘I give you my heart’)

By Hackert, Jakob Philipp – Pine tree

By Grasset, Eugene S. – Lilacs


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Saints’ day. Josephine, also Josefina, Pepa, Josèphe, Giuseppa, José, Joseph, Giuseppe, Pepe and Joe.

By Rubens – Study for the figure of Saint Joseph holding a staff with his right hand


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By Moore, Henry – Mother and child

By Schiele, Egon – A little girl with her mother

By Utamaro, Kitagawa – Woman breastfeeding her son

By Cassatt, Mary – In the tram

By Rops, Félicien – Untitled

By Valadon, Suzanne – Standing woman washes the neck of a girl

By Kitaj, R. B. – A pregnant woman on a hammock

By Haring, Keith – The blue baby

By Rembrandt – Two sketches of a baby sucking from the tits of his mother

By Disney, Walter – Preparatory sketch of the little elephant Dumbo in front a cell greets his mother


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What It Means To Be Quietly Confident

Tien Jen

tumblr_ncrzsvHAz41qbilh4o2_1280.jpgThere’s a misconception that confidence means being an extrovert, being loud, openly expressive and outgoing. There is this image of someone who is likable, energetic and gets a long with everyone. However, confidence means having faith in yourself or someone else. It’s the state of feeling certain about the truth of something. There is this idea that only extroverts can be truly confident, yet there are many misconceptions about introverts that can cause this thought. Confidence is something you create within yourself, it’s not something you’re born with.

I found this answer from Quora, and appreciate it so much. As an introvert, I’ve grown up being told (even til today), that I need to be more confident. As someone who is comfortable in their own skin, there’s often a mistake of equating confidence with being loud. The words “Nothing is ever as it seems, especially when it comes to people,”…

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HI SISTERS ! Post a work by you in this blog. Free and funny ! (Today ‘Tourist and Transport’)



Our friend Virginia Duran is a follower and also a true GLOBETROTTER specialist on Architecture

Virginia shows her great sketch of Taj Mahal at Agra, India

By Singer Sargent – Venetian view

By Constable – Stonehenge

By Pissarro – London, St. Paul’s Cathedral

A CONTRIBUTION by Duran, Virginia – Surroundings of Taj Mahal

By Egneus, Daniel – The old trams in New York

By Hopper, Edward – The locomotive settings

By Graeb, Carl – Friedrichsbrücke in Berlin

By Kirchner, Ernst L. – A train on a bridge in Dresden

By Gramatté, Walter – ‘La Chanca’. A neighborhood of the spanish city of Almería

By Sheets, Carl – Strada Consolare. Pompeii


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