Author Archives: Robert Neralich

Wandering in Woodacre – 24 April 2021

Contemporary Dutch Art – Astrid Oudheusden Below – “He’s leaving Home”; “Neighbour”; “Night Run”; “At the Beach, reading”; “Ancestors”; “Woonkamer (living room).” This Date in Literary History: Born 24 April 1905 – Robert Penn Warren, an American novelist, poet, literary … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 23 April 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 23 April 1904 – Louis Muhlstock, a Canadian painter. Below – “Montreal Street Scene”; “Winter Afternoon”; “View from the studio window”; “Sunlit forest”; “Hills in Quebec”; “Reclining Nude with Shawl.” A Poem for Today … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 22 April 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 22 April 1891 – Laura Gilpin, an American photographer. In the words of one writer, “Gilpin is known for her photographs of Native Americans, particularly the Navajo and Pueblo, and Southwestern landscapes.” Below – … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 21 April 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 21 April 1868 – Alfred Henry Maurer, an American painter. Below – “An Arrangement”; “Carousel”; “Blue Flowers”; “Paris Cafe”; “Figure in Landscape”; Untitled (Road). This Date in Literary/Cultural History: Born 21 April 1838 – … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 20 April 2021

This Date in Art History: Born 20 April 1840 – Odilon Redon, a French painter and printmaker. Below – “Butterflies”; “Reflection”; “Apparition”; “Lady of the Flowers”; “Ophelia”; “Pandora.” This Date in Literary History: Born 20 April 1950 – Steve Erickson, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 19 April 2021

Contemporary Chilean Art – Eileen Lunecke Below – “No worries”; “Chispas”; “Mujer y equilibrio”; “Observando la inmensidad”; “My favorite studio object”; “To the sky and up.” A Poem for Today “Lending Out Books” by Hal Sirowitz You’re always giving, my … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 18 April 2021

Contemporary American Art – Salma Nasreldin Below – “A modern Fairy tale”; “Queen of Hearts”; “Game for two”; “Solo Show”; “Ornaments show off”; “Monocle girl.” This Date in Literary History: Born 18 April 1944 – Kathy Acker, an American novelist, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 17 April 2021

This Date in Art History: Died 17 April 2011 – Robert Vickrey, an American painter. Below – “Tire Shadows”; “Girl with Butterfly”; “Golden Boats”; “Boy with Chalk”; “Nuns with Balloons”; “Reflections.” This Date in Literary History: Born 16 April 1928 … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 16 April 2021

Contemporary Australian Art – Marja Morozova Below – “Flowers & Vases No. 19”; “Flowers & Vases No. 16”; “No Cake”; “Inn Portugal”; “From The Market”; “Warpaint.” This Date in Literary History: Born 16 April 1922 – Kingsley Amis, an English … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 15 April 2021

Contemporary British Art – Marcelina amelia Below- “LA Dreams”; “I’m the moon and the sun”; “Institute of emotional research study”; “Flower for myself”; “Superstitions”; “Gaia Study.” This Date in Cinematic History: Died 15 April 1962 – Clara Blandick, an American … Continue reading

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