Category Archives: Art
Shepherdess with Herd at the Alps During Sunrise by Waldemar Fink, 1908 I love the way the brush strokes mimic the distortion of sunlight on the moisture of your eyes.
“The Little Church” by Susan MacMurdy, scanned from The Catholic Worker, December 2018
The artist is Jane Newland, who can be found HERE. I love the repetition in the hatch work. It gives it a peaceful, easy feeling.
Noah’s Ark Histoire ancienne jusqu’à César, Kingdom of Jerusalem (Acre) before 1291 British Library, Additional 15268, fol. 7v (via)
(It says “Sharp” on his pant leg, but the rest of the artist’s name has been lost in a series of reposts.)
It’s interesting how art affects a person differently at different stages in their life. I’ve known who Paul Klee is for as long as I can remember, but it’s only recently that I’ve found him completely captivating. The internet makes it easy to see a gallery of an artist’s work; HERE, for example.
I’ve been unable to find the artist. If anyone knows, please let me know so I can give credit.