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“You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them”.
Ray Bradbury

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  • Michael Parkes Michael Parkes (born in 1944 in Sikeston, Missouri) is an American-born artist living in Spain who is best known for work in the areas of fantasy art and magic realism. He specializes in painting, stone lithography and sculpture. Parkes' work is widely available in the form of self published mass production poster prints and nine published books.
  • Lavery met the sixteen-year-old Mary in 1901 at Unter den Linden. At that time he had a number of important German clients and was planning an exhibition at Schulte's Gallery in Berlin the following year. Mary appeared in Lavery's work in 1902 in an important sequence of full-length portraits - Mary with Roses 1902 (Coll. Johannesburg Art Gallery), Mary in a Green Coat, 1903 (Coll. Bradford Art Gallery), Mary in Green, 1903 (Coll. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa) and the exceptional Printemps, 1904 ( Coll. Musée d'Orsay, Paris). When the latter was shown in the Paris Salon, it was regarded as the epitome of Englishness - French critics little realizing in the year of the Entente Cordiale, that the model was German. Arnold Bennett reflected this confusion, and wrote enthusiastically in his journal that while she apparently typified the French fascination for English girls, he had discovered that she was 'the rage of Berlin' and 'had received 5 proposals in three months' (Norman Flower ed., The Journals of Arnold Bennett, Cassell and Co, 1932, pp. 167, 170). Travelling with Mary, Lavery was conscious of issues of propriety, sometimes taking with him a studio assistant named P Burrowes Shiel, or on other occasions enlisting the support of his teenage daughter, Eileen, who became Mary's close friend.
  • English, c.1820 Only daughter of Thomas Hart; married Charles William Packe, member of Parliament, in 1823. The book she is holding deals with domestic skills and a cultured upbringing. (info from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art )
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    • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1482369-reading11/
    • 2. Albert Lynch (1851-1912) Peruvian artistA Quiet Read
    • 3. Charles Joseph Frederic Soulacroix (1858-1933)Charles Joseph Frederic Soulacroix (1858-1933)
    • 4. Charles Joseph Frederic Soulacroix (1858-1933)
    • 5. Charles Joseph Frederic Soulacroix (1858-1933)The recital
    • 6. Isaac Israels (1865 – 1934)Reading girl circa 1906Sir William Beechey (1753 – 1839)William Hamilton (1730 – 1803)
    • 7. Sir William Beechey (1753-1839)Edward Miles (1752–1828)Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • 8. Constant Mayer (1832 – 1911, French-born American) Carl Theodor von Blaas (1886-1960) Il faut rêver
    • 9. Louis Léopold Boilly (French Painter and Printmaker, 1761-1845)
    • 10. William St. John Harper (1851-1910)Childrens hour, 1886
    • 11. Mrs. Benajah Johnson, (painting) Creator Patrick, A. 1830Smithsonian American Art Museum
    • 12. Sir James Jebusa Shannon (1862–1923)Violet, Duchess of Rutland
    • 13. Sir James Jebusa Shannon (1862–1923)Jungle Tales
    • 14. Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (1839-1915)Portrait of Julia Makovskaya, 1881Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (1839-1915)
    • 15. Robert Spencer (American 1879 - 1931)The Blue Gown
    • 16. (Sir) John Lavery (Irish Painter, 1856-1941) Miss Auras, The Red Book.(Sir) John Lavery (Irish Painter, 1856-1941)Girl in a Red Dress Reading by a Swimming Pool
    • 17. John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)Professor Ingram Bywater, exhibited 1901Tate CollectionJohn Singer Sargent (1856-1925)In a Garden Corfu 1909
    • 18. John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)Mrs. Knowles and Her Children, 1902John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)Man ReadingReading Public Museum, Pennsylvania
    • 19. Norman Garstin (1847 – 1926) was an Irish artist associated with the Newlyn School of painters.Norman Garstin (1847 – 1926)A woman reading a newspaper 1891
    • 20. Norman Garstin (1847 – 1926) In a cottage by the sea 1887Norman Garstin (1847 – 1926)Artists daughter
    • 21. Norman Garstin (1847 – 1926)The Morning Lesson
    • 22. William Strang (1859-1921)Bank Holiday 1912Medium Oil on canvas 1527 x 1226 mmTate Gallery, London
    • 23. František Dvořák (Brunner) (1862-1927)Thoughtful Reader
    • 24. Vladimir Volegov (Born in Chabarovsk, Russia)
    • 25. Seaside SonnetVladimir Volegov
    • 26. Vladimir Volegov
    • 27. Vladimir Volegov
    • 28. Vladimir Volegov
    • 29. Vladimir Volegov
    • 30. Vladimir Volegov
    • 31. Vladimir Volegov
    • 32. Vladimir Volegov
    • 33. Vladimir Volegov
    • 34. Vladimir Volegov
    • 35. Vladimir Volegov
    • 36. Vladimir Volegov
    • 37. Daniel GarberAmerican Impressionist Painter, (1880-1958)Orchard Window, 1918 Dame Laura Knight (1877-1970) A girl reading (probably Florence Carter Wood)
    • 38. Daniel F. Gerhartz ( born in Wisconsin in 1965)Sonnets In Sunlight.
    • 39. Daniel F. Gerhartz ( born in Wisconsin in 1965)The garden window
    • 40. Daniel Huntington (1816 – 1906)Study in a Wood
    • 41. Dominique Amendola is a French painterGirl reading on a rainy day
    • 42. Dominique AmendolaThe love letter
    • 43. Dominique AmendolaReading a letter on the beach
    • 44. David Emile Joseph de Noter (1818-1892)La lecture
    • 45. David Oyens (Dutch artist, 1842-1902) Young Woman Reading in the StudioDaryl Lex Price (New Zealand)Irish Girl Reading
    • 46. Elena KukanovaFathers portrait, 60x60 cm, 2000
    • 47. Emma Irlam Briggs (British 1890-1950)
    • 48. Charles de Steuben (1788-1856)Liseuse
    • 49. La lettre damourGustave Jean Jacquet (French, 1846-1909) Sir William Beechey (1753-1839) Kitty Packe Oklahoma City Art Museum,
    • 50. Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918),Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918), Victorian painter Girl Readingand son-in-law of Charles DickensMiss Helen Lindsay
    • 51. Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882)Dante Designs an Angel on the First Anniversary of the Death of Beatrice 1853Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK
    • 52. Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882)La Pia De Tolomei, 1868-80Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, USA.
    • 53. Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882)Veronica Veronese 1872Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware
    • 54. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Jean-Pierre Rampal - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Flute and Harp Concerto in C major, K.299/297c II. Andantino

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