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Happy New Year ! 2017

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By Warhol, Andy - 'The Holly Shoe' (The typography composition by myself)

By Warhol, Andy – ‘The Holly Shoe’  (The typography composition added it’s by myself)

 

 


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By Janetta Murrie

By Janetta Murrie

 

 

Happy New Year to everyone,

‘Get your dancing shoes on this year – such a fun way of getting ‘exercise by accident’ Do you agree?

Janetta Murrie

 

 

 

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By Joy Saint James

By Joy Saint James

Hey, there, sweeties.  Happy New Year!

Joy Saint James

https://medium.com/@scholarlyslut

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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By Francesca Howard

By Francesca Howard

What a great idea!

‘Walking into the New Year in Style!’
Wishing you a very Happy Arty New Year!
Francesca Howard

Cherished Janetta, Joy and Francesca, your share was a true pleasure. All the merit is yours.
Dear friends and followers, thanks for your visits.
I wish a Happy New  2017  for everybody!  Now you can enjoy this funny and suitable link  :
 
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Hi Folks, today,  just this sunrise, I have received a request from a known follower lady of this blog.

So here is the accomplishment of her petition, with the picture and the video.

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These boots are made for walking” the Streets of New York.

Health and Happiness for 2017!     XO

Dievča

https://dievca.wordpress.com/


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Nancy Sinatra – These boots are made for walkin’
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Fashion and movies

Dear followers,

This post is not intended to explain everything that can be said about this classic sixties’ movie, because ‘The Sound of Music’ is one of the best Broadway musicals, a landmark film directed by Robert Wise, one of the best soundtracks of the twentieth century, a story of a family of singers, a love story, a story of resistance against Nazism, one history partially shot on the city birthplace of Mozart … and of course, the story that you personally want to understand. Finally in my opinion I think it should also be highlighted the story of a nun (‘former nun to nanny’) with vocation of dressmaker.
Someone who can design a ‘pinafore dress style’ for the seven boys and girls from the tissue of some old curtains,  is a true fashioner.
The character of Mary, conveys a taste for the world of clothing when in the song composed by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein and sung by Julie Andrews, ‘My favorite things’ she sings “warm woolen mittens” or “girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes”.
Here pleasure is to contemplate the magnificent drawings that this designer Dorothy Jeakins, prepared for the main character and for which he won an Oscar.
Excuse the poor english of this blogger. Kindly, Henry.

By Lubalin, Herbert F. - The typography for title

By Lubalin, Herbert F. – The typography for title

By Jeakins, Dorothy - Costume sketch, Maria with a blue head scarf

By Jeakins, Dorothy – Costume sketch, Maria with a blue head scarf

By Jeakins, Dorothy -  Costume sketch, Maria wearing a pinafore dress style

By Jeakins, Dorothy – Costume sketch, Maria wearing a pinafore dress style

Some sketches from the first storyboard 1

Some sketches from the first storyboard 1

Some sketches from the first storyboard 3

Some sketches from the first storyboard 3

Some sketches from the first storyboard 2

Some sketches from the first storyboard 2

A still from the film. Maria with seven children and their new costumes, ride their bikes

A still from the film. Maria with seven children and their new costumes, ride their bikes

By Richard, the composer - The title of the main song handwritten

By Richard, the composer – The title of the main song handwritten

A still from the film. A cute scene of love among male and female goats

A still from the film. A cute scene of love among male and female goats

A still from the film. Maria, the captain and the seven singers

A still from the film. Maria, the captain and the seven singers

A still from the film. Maria playing guitar

A still from the film. Maria playing guitar

One of the many covers of the film

One of the many covers of the film

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Relationships

By Courbet, G. -  Couple during a nap in the countryside

By Courbet, G. – Couple during a nap in the countryside

By Watteau - Gentleman beside a lady

By Watteau – Gentleman beside a lady

By Cézanne - Couple under a tree seen from rear

By Cézanne – Couple under a tree seen from rear

By Gainsborough, T. - A kind gesture between a couple

By Gainsborough, T. – A kind gesture between a couple

By Schwind, M. Von - Fancied girl and boy, holding hands

By Schwind, M. Von – Fancied girl and boy, holding hands

By Schwimmer, M. - A standing man and woman

By Schwimmer, M. – A standing man and woman

By Balthus - Unknown title

By Balthus – Unknown title

By Chagall - Unknown title

By Chagall – Unknown title

By Fragonard - Lady and gentleman seated on a bed

By Fragonard – Lady and gentleman seated on a bed

By Pascin, J. - Naughty people group

By Pascin, J. – Naughty people group

By Rowlandson, T. - Three boys getting a girl

By Rowlandson, T. – Three boys getting a girl

By Altdorfer - Lovers in a hay field

By Altdorfer – Lovers in a hay field

By Goya - Safe natural union

By Goya – Safe natural union

By Zichy, M. - A tavern scene

By Zichy, M. – A tavern scene

By Ingres - Drawings to 'The golden age'

By Ingres – Drawings to ‘The golden age’

By Picabia - Woman on horseback of a centaur

By Picabia – Woman on horseback of a centaur

By Picasso - Scene among a couple

By Picasso – Scene among a couple

By Rodin - Caresses between two women

By Rodin – Caresses between two women

By Bodinier, G. - Embraced couple in front of a watcher

By Bodinier, G. – Embraced couple in front of a watcher

By Eisen - A couple making love

By Eisen – A couple making love

By Hodler, F. - Reclined lovers

By Hodler, F. – Reclined lovers

By Millet - Resting lovers

By Millet – Resting lovers

By Kirchner - Lovers

By Kirchner – Lovers

By Warhol, A. - Unknown title

By Warhol, A. – Unknown title

By Klimt - Embraced girlfriends

By Klimt – Embraced girlfriends

By Carracci - Pleasure and sacrifice scene

By Carracci – Pleasure and sacrifice scene

By Schulz, B. - Unknown title

By Schulz, B. – Unknown title

By Hockney - Unknown title

By Hockney – Unknown title

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Architecture, furniture and decoration

By Chagall – Inner of a room

By Michelucci, Giovanni – Unknown title

By Da Vinci – Sketches for a plan of a temple

By Carracci – Sketches for architectural ornaments

By Bodinier, G. – Study for a canopy daybed

By Mendelsohn – Preliminary studies for Columbushaus of Berlin

By Holbein the Younger – Design for a fireplace

By Saenredam, P. – Crossing and nave of the church of St Odulphus, Assendelft, from the right side of the choir

By Dürer – Plan of a table’s fountain

By Giacometti – Christ Pantocrator (God Almighty)

By Piranesi – Fancied building with arches and figures inside

By Jahn, Helmut – O’Hare Airport in Chicago

By Rodin – Project for a door with eight panels

By Le Corbusier – Sketch for chapel in Ronchamp

By Von Erlach, Fischer – View of the facade of Pleasure Garden Pavilion

By Taut – Glass Pavilion (Werkbund Exhibition in Cologne)

By Dalí – Study for ‘The chair’

By Christo – Project ‘Over the river’

By Gilly, Friedrich – Design for Berlin Theatre

By Michelangelo – Sketches for St Peter’s Basilica

By Du Cerceau, Jacques I Androuet – A triumphal arch with caparisoned horses and ornamented pinnacles

By Beccafumi, Domenico – Ceiling decoration with two figures

By Borromini, F. – Design of interior

By Scamozzi, V. – Studies of column capitals

By Gaudí – Design for the Franciscan Mission at Tanger

By Mackintosh, C. R. – Lodge and stable near Norfolk

By Delacroix – Several architectural sketches

By Niemeyer, Costa & Wiener – Pavilion of Brazil. New York World’s Fair, 1939

By Parmigianino – Design for an altar

By Wright – Larkin’s Building in Buffalo

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