Monthly Archives: June 2011

http://www.artsmia.org/mia/e_images/07/mia_7832e.jpg Mirabeau Bridge Guillaume Apollinaire Under Mirabeau Bridge runs the Seine And our loves Must I remember them Joy came always after pain Let arriving night explain Days fade I remain Arm in arm let us stay face to face … Continue reading

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Art Finder – Browse – Browse by Classification – Drawing

http://www.artsmia.org/directories/art-finder/art-detail.cfm?directory=0&id=107181&class_2=Drawing&class_1=Classification&key=all Onorato Carlandi was one of the founding members of the Society of Roman Watercolorists, established in 1875. He worked almost exclusively in landscape, depicting stunning views of Rome, his hometown, and even more often, its scenic surroundings. In this … Continue reading

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Artwork Detail | Kemper Art Museum

http://kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/collection/explore/artwork/695 Philip Guston’s “If This Be Not I” 1945 part of the Kemper Collection in Kansas City Missouri.. The Miser I was out last night, the very picture of a sneak, dark and hunched-over, breaking and entering again. Why do … Continue reading

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Inside Art New Orleans

http://www.insidenola.org/ The artists in AN AMERICAN MEMORY explore the loose ends that historical imperatives like Manifest Destiny leave in their wake. Here Hanna Chalew’s meticulous cut paper recreations of charmingly blighted Nola cityscapes, above, complement Georgia Kennedy’s series of box … Continue reading

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Scott G. Brooks: Blog

http://www.scottgbrooks.com/newsblog/ Modern Fabulists is a groundbreaking exhibition featuring America and Europes most extraordinary contemporary artists. For the first time we are collaborating with the new American and English art duo Coates and Scarry, which has exposed us to one of … Continue reading

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Poemas del río Wang: Singing is forbidden,

http://riowang.blogspot.com/2011/06/singing-is-forbidden.html The exhibition presented in more than two hundred pictures how the anonymous photographers and the big names saw the flamenco from the 19th century, the discovery of the exotic South, through the great masters of the 20th century to … Continue reading

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Art Inconnu – Little-known and under-appreciated art.: Nella Marchesini (1901-1953)

http://www.artinconnu.com/2009/05/nella-marchesini-1901-1953.html Born in Marina de Massa 1901 and moved to Turin at the age of 10. Studied under Felice Casorati and produced the majority of her works in the 1920’s and 30’s, including an important series of portraits and figure … Continue reading

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