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Thomas Eakins: The Rowing Pictures (Yale
Any opportunity to study the works of Thomas Eakins is a pleasure. This small book from Yale University focuses on only one aspect of Eakins' work - The Rowing Pictures. Though there are only twenty-four …
reviewed Female. August 21, 2010
MARLENE DUMAS FEMALE was published in 2006 in both English and German, written by Marlene Dumas and Matthias Winzen, and focuses, as the title suggests, on images of the female figure. There is an extended …
Eric Fischl: Aarhus kunstmuseum, Louisiana museum for moderne kunst (Danish Edition)
American artists who are honored by one-person exhibition abroad are gratefully growing in number. This particular book is a catalogue in Danish from the 1991 Eric Fischl exhibition at the arhus kunstmuseum, …
reviewed Angel with Harp. August 20, 2010
Angel with Harp
I purchased this for my mother to replace a garden angel of hers that had broken. She is thrilled and really likes the elegant look of it. I have to say it fits nicely into her little garden and it feels …
reviewed Eric Fischl: The Krefeld-Project. August 20, 2010
Eric Fischl: The Krefeld-Project
For those who have followed the meteoric career of Eric Fischl (born 1948) this particular monograph of his paintings dating back to 2004/2005 should come as no surprise. His works have always gone where …
reviewed Antichrist. August 19, 2010
"Antichrist"    Not Just a Movie, an Experience    Amos Lassen    While a couple is having sexual intercourse in one room, their son falls out …
reviewed Watermark. August 19, 2010
WATERMARK is the first monograph of the images of the male nude by San Francisco based fine art photographer Mark Jenkins. It won't be his last! Publisher Bruno Gmunder Verlag will doubtless encourage …
reviewed Sphinx: The Life and Art of Leonor Fini. August 17, 2010
Sphinx: The Life and Art of Leonor Fini
SPHINX (a mythological creature that is depicted as a recumbent feline with a human head) is an apropos title for this book on the enigmatic, talented and now almost forgotten Leonor Fini: Fini had an …
reviewed My Name is Red. July 09, 2010
Who else but Orhan Pamuk could take a conflict between artistic styles (the naturalistic realism of the West and the stylized portraiture of the medieval Islamic world) and turn it into a gripping murder …
reviewed Music. July 03, 2010
   La Georgia è da sempre una terra ricchissima di straordinarie tradizioni musicali e ha regalato al mondo della musica artisti indimenticabili dal rock al blues, dal jazz al R&B.   …
posted a Quick Tip about Salvador Dali. July 01, 2010
Salvador Dali
As my answer to that ever popular question - name 3 people you would like to have dinner with, Salvador Dali is definately one of them.
The Lost Painting
   This book was a really fun read if you like art as much as I do. Jonathan Harr took a somewhat interesting story and wrote about the people and events in a way to make it very exciting. The …
posted a Quick Tip about Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces. June 29, 2010
Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces
Sometimes it just better to look than to read.
posted a Quick Tip about Dear Theo: The Autobiography of Vince.... June 26, 2010
Picked up this book without knowing that Vincent had a brother named Theo. Wow so much heart. I admired Theo much and this book is a must read for any Vincent Van Gogh fan.
reviewed Tattoos. June 26, 2010
posted in That's Beat
Many people think tattoos are fun or cool. They are actually neither. I am not judging anyone that has tattoos, believe me, I have considered it a time or two. I am thankful that I have never done it. …
reviewed "To Dream" by Jo Moulton - framed art.... June 23, 2010
posted in The Family Room
"It will cost you nothing to dream...everything not to." How could I resist a thought that inspiring, especially when it's crafted into a tasteful artwork by popular artist Jo Moulton?     Well, …
posted a Quick Tip about The Agony and the Ecstasy: A Biograph.... June 22, 2010
Read this before you make a trip to Italy. This work brings Michelangelo's sculpture to life by informing you of the life required to produce it. Excellent.
Van Gogh's Women: His Love Affairs and a Journey Into Madness
This book focuses on an area of Vincent Van Gogh's life that isn't widely known: his relationships with all of the women in his life, and the impact they had in shaping not only his personal life, …
posted a Quick Tip about Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces. June 15, 2010
Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces
I could spend hours staring at these masterpieces of human creativity.
posted a Quick Tip about Salvador Dali. June 15, 2010
Salvador Dali
posted a Quick Tip about Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces. June 15, 2010
Louvre: The 300 Masterpieces
a must for any art lover.
posted a Quick Tip about The Agony and the Ecstasy: A Biograph.... June 11, 2010
Awesome book and history, Good read.
reviewed Antichrist. June 09, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
A woman and a man lose their son in a tragic accident. Rather than trust in the medicine prescribed by her psychiatrist to ease her grief, he (a psychotherapist) decides to subject her to his own therapeutic …
posted a Quick Tip about The Vatican Museums. June 07, 2010
Definitely worth the wait. And if you get there early it isn't bad at all!
reviewed Still Life: A Chief Inspector Gamache.... May 25, 2010
Still Life: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel (Three
The fictional Three Pines is a tiny village south of Montreal, the creation of Canadian author Louise Penny. "Still Life" is the first offering in her Three Pines series, and in it we meet the villagers …
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