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posted a Quick Tip about Lamia (Draper). July 29, 2010
Lamia
Draper's depiction of Lamia seems somehow colder and more emotionally distant than the two versions done by Waterhouse, but I love the textures and colors here. A very moody and evocative piece.
posted a Quick Tip about The Beguiling of Merlin. July 29, 2010
The Beguiling of Merlin
Although I don't visualize either Merlin or the Lady of the Lake looking like this, I do love this painting and the use of soft Earth-tone colors. Somehow, it also reminds me of the Elves in Tolkien's …
posted a Quick Tip about Beata Beatrix. July 29, 2010
Beata Beatrix
I'm not a religious person, not in the least, but there is something inherently spiritual about this Rossetti painting that I find to be at once both rapturous and heartbreaking. It's a shame that he …
posted a Quick Tip about A Mermaid. July 29, 2010
A Mermaid
For me, this is one of Waterhouse's greatest works and it remains the singular image of a mermaid that comes to mind. Hauntingly beautiful.
posted a Quick Tip about Lady Godiva. July 29, 2010
Lady Godiva
I love all of Collier's work, but I regard this and Lilith as his ultimate masterpieces. I love the lighting to this and the composition. At once the painting is both melancholy and sensual.
posted a Quick Tip about The Lady of Shalott (J.W. Waterhouse .... July 29, 2010
The Lady of Shalott
One of my favorite Pre-Raphaelite works. This image is almost synonymous with Tennyson's poem.
posted a Quick Tip about Heir Apparent. July 17, 2010
Heir Apparent
This is a fun read that appeals to the fantasy loving, video game - playing kid in all of us.
reviewed Heir Apparent. July 10, 2010
Heir Apparent
Rochester NY native, Vivian Vande Velde, hits it out of the park every time. She may not be as popular as her YA fantasy counterparts like Tamora Pierce or Erin Hunter, but her books are far more approachable …
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 Vampire. June 02, 2010
The Vampire
Love this painting so much....
posted a Quick Tip about Lamia (Waterhouse Version I). May 21, 2010
Lamia (Waterhouse Version I)
Waterhouse's first Lamia painting is more melancholy & tender than his second. Here we see that longing look of love that was his signature.
posted a Quick Tip about Queen Guinevere's Maying. May 21, 2010
Queen Quinevere's Maying
As far as artistic depictions of Guinevere go, I don't think anybody has done better than John Collier did with this astonishing painting.
posted a Quick Tip about The Damsel of the Sanct Grail. May 21, 2010
The Damsel of the Sanct Grail
I just recently discovered this piece. I think it's so haunting & dark. One of the lesser known Rossetti paintings I think, but a great one.
posted a Quick Tip about Sibylla Palmifera. May 21, 2010
Sibylla Palmifera
An absolutely gorgeous painting. Something is so alluring about Rossetti's bright color palette, his use of melancholy eyes & full lips.
reviewed Comic Book "SPLASH" Pages. April 05, 2010
Comic Book
   Comic Book Art and comic panels. Such a thing is continuously evolving. It never stops and the manner that they change just reflects the tastes of its real fans. From small panels of illustrations …
posted a Quick Tip about Soon she was lost to sight in the Dan.... April 03, 2010
Soon she was lost to sight in the Danube.
My favorite Rackham illustration. It's so beautiful and melancholy that it kind of takes my breath away. Timeless!
posted a Quick Tip about The third time she wore the star-dres.... April 03, 2010
The third time she wore the star-dress which sparkled with every step.
Easily one of Rakcham's most beautiful illustrations ever. The colors, lighting, and texture are great. Stunning!!!
posted a Quick Tip about At this the whole pack rose up into t.... April 03, 2010
At this the whole pack rose up into the air...
A superbly rendered illustration from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Whimsical, fantastic, and little bit dark.
posted a Quick Tip about The Return of Spring. April 03, 2010
The Return of Spring
Perhaps the most unabashedly and tastefully erotic painting I've ever seen. Wondrous colors and life-like quality!
posted a Quick Tip about The Scream. April 03, 2010
The Scream
My absolute favorite painting of all time! It quite literally screams out waves of anguish & despair. A masterpiece!
posted a Quick Tip about Vampire. April 03, 2010
Vampire
One of Munch's darkest and most memorable works. Both savage & sexy at the same time. A great piece of vampire art.
posted a Quick Tip about The Death of the Grave-Digger. April 03, 2010
The Death of the Grave-Digger
One of the coolest works of Victorian fantasy art ever. A truly unforgettable image and what a great title too!
posted a Quick Tip about The Nightmare. April 03, 2010
The Nightmare
An awesomely creepy image of an incubus on top of a woman & plaguing her with bad dreams. Fuseli's most famous work.
posted a Quick Tip about By Summer Seas. April 03, 2010
By Summer Seas
A timelessly erotic painting that conjures up memories of Sapphic Greek poetry. One of Draper's most sensual works.
posted a Quick Tip about A Midsummer's Eve. April 03, 2010
A Midsummer's Eve
A gorgeous painting that feels literally as though it were created by enchantment. Truly a stunning work of fantasy.
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