#FridayPainting: Maurice Denis, “The Muses”

“All artists are now free to express their own personality.” Maurice Denis Paintings hold stories that are seen and unseen. Maurice Denis’s “The Muses” brings us a view of Nine … Continue reading #FridayPainting: Maurice Denis, “The Muses”

For Love: An Artist’s Wife

Over the past few months of our present “solitude,” I have found ways in which to travel the world virtually to faraway art galleries. With travel curtailed and libraries, museums … Continue reading For Love: An Artist’s Wife

#Friday Painting: Joseph Mallory William Turner, “View of Lyons”, 19th Century

“It is only when we are no longer fearful that we begin to create.” J.M.W. Turner “I don’t paint so that people will understand me, I paint to show what … Continue reading #Friday Painting: Joseph Mallory William Turner, “View of Lyons”, 19th Century

#Friday Painting: The Bedroom of Elizabeth of Bavaria by Franz Xavier Nachtmann

There is a serenity within this painting that comes from the soft colours that envelope the young girl at the desk. She appears to be reading a book or looking … Continue reading #Friday Painting: The Bedroom of Elizabeth of Bavaria by Franz Xavier Nachtmann

#FridayPainting: “The Bridge of Tranquetaille” by Vincent van Gogh

“In the end we shall have had enough of cynicism, skepticism and humbug, and we shall want to live more musically.” Vincent Van Gogh Trinquetaille is an area located within … Continue reading #FridayPainting: “The Bridge of Tranquetaille” by Vincent van Gogh