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Monochrome

Monochrome means ‘one colour’, so art created in monochrome uses only one colour. Most would think that using one colour would restrict the freedom of the artist but might it not also focus the intent of the artist and thereby … Continue reading

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Art of Willy Pogany

One might be forgiven for not recognising the name #WilliamAndrew(Willy)Pogany (1882-1955) but once one sees his artwork he becomes very memorable.  Earlier this week, I acquired a copy of #TheRimeOfTheAncientMariner by #SamuelTaylorColeridge. Pogany was born Vilmos Andreas Pogany in Hungary … Continue reading

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Expansive Art

I live in a part of the country which is quite flat  and I am also a hour from the coast.  Some people consider the fen landscape boring but when one stands out in the fields and looks over the … Continue reading

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Art of Majesty

I wonder at times what art should be.  Many artists use art to make a statement.  Others push the boundaries of society’s understanding saying they are just declaiming what society is becoming.   I, myself, find these arguments belittling of … Continue reading

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Art in Sequence

I came across a set/series of etchings a few days back.  They are numbered from I to IX.  Alas, I have only six of the series (I, III, IV, V, VIII, IX).  I have enjoyed and continue to enjoy looking … Continue reading

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