Tag Archives: France

Gustave Moreau, Study from the Triumph of Alexander

Gustave Moreau has always been one of the artists I most admire. His drawings that are etched over watercolor create the most beautiful ethereal filigree. Here is a drawing done separate from the painting as a whole. The ornamentalism is … Continue reading

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Gustave Moreau, French Symbolist Head of Jason, (watercolor)

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Gustave Moreau, French symbolist, The Magician (watercolor)

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Gustave Moreau, Helen Glorifiee, late watercolor

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Gustave Moreau, Return of the Argonauts, (late watercolor) from the Musee Nationale Gustave Moreau

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Gustave Moreau, Symbolist, Untitled (Late watercolor)

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Raphael, The Three Graces, 1504-05

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Monsù desiderio (François de Nomé), 17th c. Baroque painter of apolocalyptic landscapes

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Claude Monet, Etretat in the Rain (I have been there–beautiful falaises/cliffs in France)

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Gros Horloge, Rouen, France

I lived here for a year. The reason was probably the clock. (and this street). I had never even read Harry Potter but this looks like Hogsmeade Village. I could have lived in the South, but instead I lived with … Continue reading

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