Monthly Archives: March 2014

Art of George Fall

In an earlier chapter, I talked about an artist by the name of #GeorgeFall.  The piece I talked about was unsigned and I speculated that it might have been by George Fall (1848 – 1925).  Today, I came across three … Continue reading

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Art of Simple Things

As spring rises from it’s slumber, we see beauty unwrapping itself before our eyes.  The exquisite beauty of a tulip or iris in springtime brings forth in ourselves the feeling of being unencumbered which winter can laden us with.  The … Continue reading

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Art from a War Artist

Throughout history there have been writers and artists who have journeyed to the front lines to report on the conflicts.  Artists like William Simpson and Paul Mansard and so many others travelled with the troops to keep the public at … Continue reading

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