A courtly strut along a winding path.
The decorated border reveals perhaps a C, an X, and a Y. It’s difficult to make out, but these initials likely hold the key to the manuscript’s unknown patron.
#NowOnView in the new rotation of Chivalry in the Middle Ages
Young Men and Women Outdoors, about 1460 - 1470, French. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Flowers on the Banks of Seine near Vetheuil, 1880
Claude Monet - Vue du village de Giverny, 1886
Interior with Stained-Glass Window, c. 1880 John Singer Sargent
Born on this day (07/03/1738): John Singleton Copley.
“Portrait of Paul Revere" (with detail), 1770.
Alfred Sisley (French, 1839-1899), Saint-Mammès. June Sunshine, 1892. Oil on canvas, 66 x 92.5 cm.
Yukio Takano (Japan) Mushroom Light Lamps
This is a must see if you visit Mexico City. Walking into the former home of Frida and Diego felt so personal. Her work is already a diary on canvas, so seeing where she lived and created her art was so inspiring.
Viewing her work up close made me love her paintings even more - so full of pain, color and soul.
The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to and I paint whatever passes through my head without any further consideration. - Frida Kahlo
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