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Hans Feibusch artist

This past week, my eye was drawn to a book – #TheRevelationOfSaintJohnTheDivine. It was published in 1946. The text comes from the #KingJamesBible but it was the illustrations which drew me to the book. The depiction of scenes in lithographic … Continue reading

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Siecle XXe vol. 4

At the end of March, I wrote a chapter on the art magazine Siecle XXe volume 3 which focused on artist Wassily Kandinsky. Volume 4 of the art magazine contained 10 lithographs by various artists. The art publication was the … Continue reading

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Art Vandalized

There is an oil painting, which now hangs on the wall in my spare room, which I bought on a dare for one pound. A section of it had been painted over by someone who thought it would be funny. … Continue reading

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Philip and Glyn Martin artists

Today, we visit with a pair of brothers who have been producing works of art displaying this countries beautiful cities, towns, villages and historical sites. #PhilipMartin and his brother #GlynMartin have been painting for over thirty years. They have traveled … Continue reading

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C. H. Parry art

A small watercolour portrait was added to my collection this past week. On the recto, we see a beautiful young lady wearing a large hat – no signature, no date, no clues as to who this young woman was or … Continue reading

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Alfred Sharpe painter

Although #AlfredSharpe was born in Tranmere, Cheshire, England he became one of New Zealand’s most important artists. His father, a well to do Liverpool merchant, was an art lover and collector. Alfred studied at the Birkenhead School of Art. A … Continue reading

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George Owen Wynne Apperley artist

We consider an artist who broke with family tradition and followed his own road. #GeorgeOwenWynneApperley was born into a wealthy aristocratic Welsh military family in 1884. Family tradition destined him for military service. He was educated at Eagle House, Sandhurst … Continue reading

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May Marshall Brown artist

We travel to Scotland, to visit the home of artist #MayMarshallBrown (nee Brown Robertson). She was born in 1887, the daughter of an Edinburgh wine merchant (William Robertson). Her artistic talents were the focus of her education. She studied at … Continue reading

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Albany E Howarth

Today, we visit with an artist best known for his etchings although he was an accomplished water-colourist also (few of his watercolours remain). #AlbanyEHowarth was born in Durham in 1872. His artistic flair was seen early on in life. His … Continue reading

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Frits Thaulow artist

A visit to an artist who should be far better known. He was an artist who walked the line between Impressionism and Realism. #FritsThualow (1847-1906) was a Norwegian painter known for his beautiful landscapes. As a young man he was … Continue reading

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