#FridayPainting: Egon Schiele “Portrait of a Woman”

“Bodies have their own light which they consume to live: they burn, they are not lit from the outside.” Egon Schiele What is the message in a portrait? Egon Schiele’s … Continue reading #FridayPainting: Egon Schiele “Portrait of a Woman”

#FridayPainting: Claude Monet “A Path in Monet’s Garden in Giverny”

“Every day I discover more and more beautiful things. It’s enough to drive one mad. I have such a desire to do everything,my head is bursting with it.” Claude Monet … Continue reading #FridayPainting: Claude Monet “A Path in Monet’s Garden in Giverny”

#FridayPainting: Giuseppe Arcimboldo “Portrait of a Librarian” 1566

The first time I viewed a painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, I was certain that the date on the painting was incorrect. Surely, this was not a painter that lived in … Continue reading #FridayPainting: Giuseppe Arcimboldo “Portrait of a Librarian” 1566

#FridayPainting: Henri Lucien Doucet “Le Soir au Chateau”

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2021! Henri Lucien Doucet (1856 – 1895) is the last in the 2020 #FridayPainting series. And what better way to bring 2020 to a conclusion … Continue reading #FridayPainting: Henri Lucien Doucet “Le Soir au Chateau”