Category Archives: leisure

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MY DEAR THREE THOUSAND:

This blog is yours.

You’re the followers and the true owners too.

You’re making and sharing fantasy and creation, day by day with your authority, or simply with your beholding.

Congratulations and infinitely:

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✊💜2019 March, 8 th. International Women’s day

Hello Sisters! It’s the day, although they should be 364 days more!

Thanks for your visits ! 

By Hopper, Edward – Pensive employee in a cinema

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Happy ‘Carnival’ days !

Hi folks! Unfortunately, sometimes masks between people are like a trend. But Carnival days are for enjoy with jokes. In my opinion 88 years after, this work appear so fresh.

Thanks for your visits !

By Ensor, James – ‘Carnaval’

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🐒 Leisure with monkeys

Hi folks! In my opinion this work is so rich of greys.

Thanks for your visits!

By Bayros, F. Von – From a box of the opera.

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🕛 🍸🍸Happy New 2019 !

By Zille, Heinrich – Christmas market in the east of Berlin

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Hello folks, I wish you a Merry Christmas

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December 24, 2018 · 2:59 PM

Costumes, dancing, music and sketching

Hello lovelies! As you already guessed I feel an special admiration when in some works drawing and fashion meet.  And as you know, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the so-called third wave of Russian classical music took place, with famous authors such as Stravinsky, Skriabin, Prokófiev and Shostakovich. Under that musical heyday, the collaboration between composers, dancers, actors, choreographers, costume designers and other artists, was very intense and splendid and artists like Matisse, Picasso or Léon Bakst had a prominent role with their contribution in some works and operas, with a remarkable search for a Total Art or the encounter of different artistic disciplines. Here we’ve got an gorgeous example. One more time, thanks so much for your visits!

(If you like ballet dancing you will like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMsHWuLbsOI)

By Henri Matisse – Costumes for ‘Le Chant du Rossignol’ (Composed by Stravinsky)

‘Le chant du Rossignol’, Tamara Karsavina with dancers. Costume designs by Henri Matisse, 1920

Henri Matisse et Léonide Massine, the choreographer (Ballets russes. Opéra)

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