Love’s Daydream End, Marcus Stone.
lembrando de um amor que se fora. Vemos a tristeza em sua face delicada
Flying Fish by Herbert Draper, 1910.
maravilhosas pinceladas ferozes
Image 4: Hankie alert (from gallery label): Vincent van Gogh was very impressed by this particular painting by Israëls, who was a principal figure in the Hague School, a group that included Jacob Maris and Anton Mauve. These two artists dominated Dutch painting at the moment in the early 1880s when van Gogh began his career as an artist. He wrote: “[An old man] is sitting in … a dark little cottage. . . . His dog … sits beside his chair those two old friends look … into each other’s eyes… . And meanwhile the old man takes his tobacco pouch out of his pocket and lights his pipe in the twilight. That is all the twilight, the silence, the loneliness of those two.”
"Old Friends (Silent Conversation)," Before 1882, Jozef Israëls
Image 6: "Jilted," 1887, Briton Riviere
Image 8: ”Dog,” 1994, Edward Ruscha
Image 9:"Little Laundry Girl" From “L’Album des peintres-graveurs (The Album of Painter-Printmakers),” c. 1895-96, Pierre Bonnard Published by Ambroise Vollard, Paris Bonnard © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
[Scottish Neoclassical Painter, 1723-1798]
Venus Presenting Helen to Paris
Oil on canvas, 306 x 259 cm
Museo di Roma, Rome