My visit to the Met last week brought me into contact with Winslow Homer's work, and in particular his seascapes. Three of them were incredible to view, due to the nature of the brushwork. Cannon Rock: Northeaster: Winslow Homer - Metropolitan Museum of Art It was interesting to read that Homer went to Paris in … Continue reading Winslow Homer: Master of the Seas
As we all know, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is huge so this post is going to be small. In a corner of gallery 813 was a small oil by my beloved Vilhelm Hammershoi: Moonlight, Strandgade 30 is a typical interior but, as always, look closely at the brushwork. On the windowsill are two white … Continue reading Met happiness today, and it looked like this!
Ever since I started this journey, New York has been my holy grail. And, I'm finally here! First stop yesterday was the Neue Gallery: German expressionism in a beautiful building. The building lived up to expectations but sadly, only one room was open due to a new exhibition being set up. Strangely, did not see … Continue reading Hopper at the Whitney Museum of American Art
At the end of this interactive, immersive exhibition, we are asked to consider the question posed by its title and vote on a scale of how in danger of 'forgetting' the First World War we are. The title is normally to be found on war memorials all over the world. Originally used by Rudyard Kipling … Continue reading Lest we forget? IWM North
https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-deadly-truth-pieter-bruegel-elders-idyllic-winter-landscapes Love Bruegel and seriously love this painting! Very good article about the Little Ice Age.
Fernand Léger at Tate Liverpool Remember this? I struggled with Léger when I went to see the current exhibition at Tate Liverpool. I even laughed when the first work I saw at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris last month was Les Disques from 1918! Would I never understand Fernand? It was bothering me … Continue reading Je suis désolée, Fernand. I was wrong!