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Tag Archives: Europe

In the Gallery – Thomas Moran: The Doge’s Palace, Grand Canal, Venice

Jan

31

Moran was born in England, but is best known for his panoramic landscapes of the American West. He began his artistic career in his teen years as an engraving apprentice at a magazine firm.

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What’s Blooming? Japanese Magnolia!

Jan

05

The Purple Magnolia is a small tree, about four meters in height that originated from southwest China.

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#11 Frederick Carl Frieseke – Before Her Appearance

Oct

04

Applying the last bit of ardent rouge to her lips before going on stage, a dancer sits on a stool in her dressing room, looking at herself in the mirror. This intimate scene was captured by the American Impressionist artist Frederick Carl Frieseke with a very tender, almost monochromatic palette of pink, pale blue, marble […]

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