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hans-gude-brenning: A time for Reflection

January 27 | Posted by mrossol | Art, Interesting

Arts & Tradition
Art exploration for the young and young at heart
BY Andrea Nutt Falce
TIMEJanuary 18, 2022
The New Year offers an apt opportunity to reflect upon life and work. Life is full of refreshing cycles. Marked by a process of gradual growth and... Read more

A Sumptuous Painting Surrounded by Stories – WSJ

March 18 | Posted by mrossol | Art, Interesting, Personal Development

Sounds like what my “Art Salon” is all about! ====

There is plenty of speculation about the unknown sitter’s identity in Titian’s glittering ‘Portrait of a Lady in White,’ a work that flaunts the artist’s technical skills.

Castiglione: Lost Genius.

January 16 | Posted by mrossol | Art, Interesting

Sure wish I could visit this collection. ====== By Karen Wilkin WSJ Jan. 12, 2016 5:23 p.m. Fort Worth, Texas It’s not an overstatement to describe “ Castiglione: Lost Genius. Masterworks on Paper From the Royal Collection,” at the Kimbell Art Museum, as “revelatory.” I confess, however, that I hadn’t planned to see the exhibition. I simply happened to arrive in Fort Worth on the... Read more

‘Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism’ Review

May 26 | Posted by mrossol | American Thought, Art

I’m in a little “Art Club”, and I found this interesting. ========== By Lance Esplund May 25, 2015 2:28 p.m. ET Andover, Mass. It is nearly impossible to convey the original impact an artist from the past had on his contemporaries. What matters is his artworks’ impression in the here-and-now. But art and artists don’t exist in a vacuum. A painter’s worth can be... Read more

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