Windmill by Piet Mondrian (1917).
Mondrian was born on this day in 1872.
The artist sees the tragic to such a degree that he is compelled to express the non-tragic.Piet Mondrian
“A woman has to live her life, or live to repent not having lived it.”–D.H. Lawrence (11 September 1885-2 March 1930), Lady Chatterley’s Lover
Berthe Morisot (14 January 1841-2 March 1895).
Flora by Rembrandt (1634):
I’m really feeling this color palette today, especially the flower crown.
Lady Reading Poetry by Ishibashi Kazunori (1906):
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.
Christmas Eve by John Everett Millais (1887):
Old Man, a Samovar, and Tea by Alexander Morozov:
Important stuff. Good stuff. Necessary stuff.
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