I’m feeling it…
- The Wicked Candor of Wanda Coleman [THE PARIS REVIEW]
- ‘Interrupt The Systems’: Robin DiAngelo On ‘White Fragility’ And Anti-Racism [NPR]
- 13 Movies About Authors [BOOK RIOT]
- 4 Exceptional Queer Poets For Your Pride Reading [BOOK RIOT]
- Painting of the Week: Caspar David Friedrich, Abbey in the Oakwood [DAILY ART MAGAZINE]
Lady Reading Poetry by Ishibashi Kazunori (1906):
This is a close-up of the wallpaper mural at Austen & Company. The Biblioteca Wallpaper is by Ekaterina Panikanova. Isn’t it delightful?
- The Collages of Max Ernst [THE PARIS REVIEW]
- Poverty, Anxiety, and Gender in Scottish Working-Class Literature [LITHUB]
- ‘Little Legends’ Celebrates Big Lives Of Black History [NPR BOOKS]
“Nature does not create works of art. It is we, and the faculty of interpretation peculiar to the human mind, that see art.”–Man Ray
Girl with a Tea Cup by Harold Gilman (circa 1914):
This lovely painting by Claude Monet is doing double duty today. My mom is opening a fabulous business (tea/coffee/desserts/books/art/events) in early 2020. I’m doing social media, among other things, for the store. I shared this lovely painting on our FB page a few minutes ago, and thought it far too nice not to do so here, as well.
Came across this book today…