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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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  • THANK YOU Mirka for adding this presentation to your favourites, Thanks
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  • Thank you Virginia, Pilar, Mireille, Johndemi, Takeshi, GRACIAS, MULTUMESC, MERCI
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  • Excellent paintings,ditto presentation.......thank you Michaela.
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  • Maravilloso trabajo Michaela, ya no tengo palabras suficientes para valorarlo, mi enhorabuena. Gracias, Pilar
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  • Dorigen de Bretagne.
    Ce tableau est une fois encore plus représentatif du Préraphaélisme : l’anecdotique et le narratif sont présents et donc contraires aux valeurs véhiculées par le mouvement Esthétique.Dorigen attend son amant parti en mer et craint que son bateau ne fasse naufrage sur les rochers.L’orgue à gauche symbolise sa solitude (c’est un instrument dont on joue à deux à l’origine.) Un admirateur de Dorigen fera appel à un magicien qui enlèvera les rochers et fera ainsi en sorte que l’amant revienne sain et sauf de son long voyage. L’admirateur, alors en droit de demander la main de Dorigen, se refusera à le faire devant l’amour que se portent les deux amants. Illustration d’un conte chevaleresque et sujet très clairement préraphaélite.
  • The boy is reading, having put down the book at his feet in which he was drawing a cast of the Christ Child from Michelangelo's statue of the Virgin and Child (Bruges, Notre Dame), known as 'The Bruges Madonna'. This is probably an early copy of the painting in the Louvre (Paris) which is signed by Vaillant and dated 1658.
  • Photo manipulation vladimir fedot+ aivazovski
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  • Photo manipulation Vladimir Fedot & Aivazovski - Brig Mercury is Meeting the Russian Squadron after the Victory over Two Turkish Ships (1848)
  • Reading24

    1. 1. 2424
    2. 2. Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (1561 - 1636) Margaret Layton (formerly Laton) Victoria & Albert Museum
    3. 3. Thomas Francis Dicksee (English, 1819-1895) Ophelia (1864)
    4. 4. Thomas Francis Dicksee (1819-1895) Ophelia (1864)
    5. 5. Pierre-Auguste Cot (French Academic Painter, 1837-1883) Ophelia Young Woman Reading a Book, 1870 Private collection
    6. 6. Marie Spartali Stillman (British, 1844 - 1927) Beatrice 1895 Delaware Art Museum
    7. 7. Marie Spartali Stillman (1844 - 1927) Convent Lily
    8. 8. Marie Spartali Stillman (1844 - 1927) Love Sonnets, 1894 Delaware Art Museum
    9. 9. LeopoldFranzKowalski(1856-1931) Reading SamuelHenryWilliamLlewellyn(1858–1941,English) Girlwithpigtails
    10. 10. Andrew Geddes (1783-1844) Dull Reading circa 1826 Tate Collection
    11. 11. Augustus John OM (1878-1961) An Old Lady 1898-9 Tate Collection
    12. 12. DuncanGrant(1885-1978) InteriorwiththeArtist’sDaughter,ca1935-1936 KarlBlos(1860-1941) 'Sonntagnachmittag'('SundayAfternoon')1941
    13. 13. John Trumbull (1756 – 1843) American artist The Misses Mary and Hannah Murray (1806)
    14. 14. John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) The Misses Vickers, 1884 Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust, UK
    15. 15. Édouard Manet (1832 – 1883) A Young Woman in the Garden, 1880
    16. 16. Sir Philip Burne-Jones (1861-1926) Beside a Summer Sea, 1896 Reading Statue DiGiansante Hotel in Bologna, Italy
    17. 17. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) The Beguiling of Merlin (Merlin and Vivien) 1870- 1874
    18. 18. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Portrait of Maria Zambaco Clemens Sels-Museum, Neuss (Germany) SirEdwardBurne-Jones(1833–1898) Sybil
    19. 19. SirEdwardBurne-Jones(1833–1898) PrincessSabra(theKing'sDaughter) Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898)
    20. 20. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Laus Veneris
    21. 21. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Dorigen of Bretagne Longing for the Safe Return of her Husband Musée d’Orsay
    22. 22. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Music (1877) Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK
    23. 23. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Portrait of Katie Lewis, 1886
    24. 24. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898)
    25. 25. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Portrait of Georgiana Burne-Jones, with Philip and Margaret, 1883
    26. 26. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) Le Chant d‘Amour (Song of Love) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan
    27. 27. DanteGabrielRossetti(1828-1882)The daydream Muséed’Orsay Jane Morris dans Le Rêve éveillé de Rossetti. Aujourd’hui, Jane est considérée comme la véritable muse de Rossetti, celle qu’il a le plus aimée. Sur cette peinture, elle porte une robe esthétique. Cette œuvre aurait du s’appeler Vanna Primavera (Le Printemps) mais Rossetti mit plus de temps que prévu à la réaliser et le feuillage verdoyant de l’été ne se prêtait plus guère à ce titre. Rossetti aimait accompagner certains tableaux de poèmes. Ici le sonnet est écrit directement sur le cadre et l’une des strophes évoque : « She dreams ; till now on her forgotten book » De quoi rêve-t-elle ? Nous ne le saurons jamais : aucune valeur narrative
    28. 28. HenryHarewoodRobinson(1850-1904) GirlwithaViolin,1884-1896 SirThomasLawrence(1769–1830) PortraitofSarahSiddons,1804 Oiloncanvas1804250x143.5cm TateGallery,London,UK
    29. 29. JohnCallcottHorsley(1817-1903) Apleasantcorner JohnPettie(1839–1893)Scottishpainter AMusician’sReverie,1850
    30. 30. John Pettie (1839 –1893) Scottish painter A State Secret 1874
    31. 31. John White Alexander (1856-1915) Jesse Steele Reading Berry-Hill Gallery, New York
    32. 32. JohnWilliamWaterhouse(1849-1917) SaintCecilia1895 Muséed’Orsay
    33. 33. John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) The Missal SirLawrenceAlma-Tadema(1836-1912) Thisisourcorner
    34. 34. José Ferraz de Almeida Júnior (1850 – 1899) Moca com livro São Paulo Museum of Art
    35. 35. José Ferraz de Almeida Júnior (1850 – 1899) Moca lendo
    36. 36. JoséFerrazdeAlmeidaJúnior(1850–1899) Saudade LeonardCampbellTaylor(UK,1874-1969) TheRainItRainethEveryDay
    37. 37. Anton Raphael Mengs (1728-1779) Portrait of Queen Maria Amalia of Saxony Museo del Prado, Madrid
    38. 38. Augustus Leopold Egg (1816 1863)‑ The Travelling Companions, 1862 Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
    39. 39. Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) Juan Bautista de Muguiro (1827) Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain
    40. 40. Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430 - 1516) St Jerome reading in a Landscape, 1825-7 Ashmolean Museum Oxford, England
    41. 41. Joseph-Désiré Court (1797-1865) Romanticism Portrait Oil on canvas Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, Netherlands
    42. 42. LeonardoGasser(Italian,born1831) Arestfulmoment Poul Friis Nybo (Danish artist, 1869-1929) Woman Reading 1929
    43. 43. Paul Barthel (1862-1933)
    44. 44. Paul Barthel (1862-1933) The choir
    45. 45. Robert Bereny (Hungarian artist, 1887-1953) Girl Reading, 1946-48 WallerantVaillant(1623–1677) ABoyseatedDrawing NationalGalleryLondon
    46. 46. PietroMagni(1817-1877) TheReadingGirl(LaLeggitrice),model1856,carved1861 NationalGalleryofArtWashington,D.C
    47. 47. Pietro Magni (1817 - 1877) The Reading Girl (La Leggitrice) National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C
    48. 48. Valentin Tănase Born 1954, Romanian
    49. 49. Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919) Reading, 1871
    50. 50. Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919) Day dream
    51. 51. SirEdwardJohnPoynter(1836-1919) SirEdwardJohnPoynter(1836-1919)Evening atHome,1888Watercolor BourneGallery,Reigate,Surrey,UK
    52. 52. ?
    53. 53. Sir James Jebusa Shannon (1862–1923), North American artist
    54. 54. SirLawrenceAlma-Tadema(1836-1912)SundayMorning,1871TateCollection SirThomasLawrence(EnglishPainter,1769-1830)PortraitofMrs.Wolf
    55. 55. WilliamOliver(French,1804-1853) William Oliver (French,1804-1853) The letter
    56. 56. WilliamOliver(French,1804-1853) WilliamOliver(French,1804-1853)
    57. 57. Stuart G. Davis (British artist, 1890-1905) A Good Book
    58. 58. Karl Albert Buehr (1866 – 1952) Repose
    59. 59. William Orpen (Irish, 1878-1931) Grace Reading at Howth Bay, 1902
    60. 60. Sidney E. Dickinson (American, 1890–1980) The Pink Curtain, 1924
    61. 61. Sidney E. Dickinson (American, 1890–1980) Mary in the Studio Mary Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa
    62. 62. Sidney Edward Dickinson (1890-1980) Woman Reading, 1936
    63. 63. Statue in Victoria & Albert Museum
    64. 64. Alexia Sinclair (born 1976, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian fine-art photographer
    65. 65. Sound: Maurice André - Tomaso Albinoni - Concerto a cinque in D minor, Op. 9 No. 2 II.Adagio Michael Haydn - Trumpet Concerto in D major I.Adagio Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2012

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