Monthly Archives: January 2021

Wandering in Woodacre – 27 January 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 27 January 1842 – Arkhip Kuindzhi, a Russian painter of Greek descent. Below – “Moonlit Night on the Dnieper”; “The Birch Grove”; “Elbrus”; “Moonspots in the Forest, Winter”; “Red Sunset on the Dneiper”; “Dneiper … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 26 January 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 26 January 1861 – Louis Anquetin, a French painter. Below – “Reading Woman”; “Woman at the Champs-Elysees by Night”; “Moulin Rouge”; “Woman with Umbrella”; “Inside Bruant’s Mirliton”; “L’Avenue de Clichy, cinq heures du soir.” … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 25 January 2021

Contemporary Spanish Art – Cristina Canamero Below – “Lightness II”; “Sad girl”; “Into Matisse”;“Why do we like Matisse?”; “Winter’s tale”; “Recogimiento.” This Date in Literary History: Born 25 January 1882 – Virginia Woolf, an English novelist, essayist, short story writer, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 24 January 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 24 January 1872 – Konstantine Bogaevsky, a Russian painter. Below – “Ships. Evening Sun”; “Tropical Landscape”; “Cloud”; “Rainbow”; “Italian Landscape”; “Port of an Imaginable City.” A Poem for Today Haiku by Mitsuo Basho Even … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 23 January 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 23 January 1832 – Edouard Manet, a French painter. Below – “A Bar at the Folies-Bergere”; “Boating”; “The Fifer”; “The reading”; “The Luncheon on the Grass”; “Railway.” This Date in Literary History: Died 23 … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 22 November 2021

Contemporary British Art – Irina An Below – “Leaving mood”; “Palm trees and Alina”; “Malena and her trees”; “Abstract Breath”; “Khloe”; “Fantasy Trust.” This Date in Literary History: Born 22 January 1788 – Lord Byron, an English poet and playwright. … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 21 January 2021

Contemporary Indian Art – Sonal Poghat Below – “Longing”; “Secret midnight falls”; “My secret place”; “Moon Child”; “A memory?…Or a dream maybe…”; “Her cosmic dance.” A Poem for Today “Yam” by Bruce Guernsey The potato that ate all its carrots, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 20 January 2021

Contemporary American Art – Douglas Manry: Part I of II. Below – “Cats Chasing Spirits”; “The Hospital at 4 am”; “Circus Ghosts”; “Endless Night”; “The Magic Shop”; “Carnival.” This Date in Literary History: Died 20 January 1962 – Robinson Jeffers, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 19 January 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 19 January 1920 – Bernard Dunstan, an English painter. Below – “The Ironing Board”; “Model in the studio I”; “Bathers Surprised”; “Misty Morning, Santa Maria Formosa”; “Portrait of Dana, the Artist’s Wife”; “Venetian Interior.” … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 18 January 2021

Contemporary German Art – Midori Tanabe Below – Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled. This Date in Literary History: Died 18 January 1889 – Bruce Chatwin, an English travel writer, novelist, journalist, and author of “In Patagonia.” Some quotes from the … Continue reading

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