Friday, 6 May 2022

By the Window

 

I love to pore over a painting or image with lots of detail.  

I can't find out who painted this one and in the course of looking came across this one by Salvador Dali -

... which draws you in in a completely different way and is very thought provoking.

Aren't we lucky in this age of computers that we can pull up such lovely images to get us thinking.




10 comments:

  1. They both immediately ask me questions, sometimes similar and sometimes opposite - who are they, why are they alone, that sort of thing. I like that about a painting and rarely get it much from some of the Old Masters (probably because I don't know enough).
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  2. Reminds me of an old poem, poemblogtweve.blogspot.com first one in - The see through house.

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  3. The first one has a touch of Impressionism about it but is probably a little later. Childe Hassam in style. Love it. The 2nd one is very unlike any Dali painting I've ever seen!

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  4. The 'Master of the Sun' painter of the first beautiful and detailed one is the Russian artist Sergei Arsenievich Vinogradov ( 1869 - 1938).
    I love (t)his style.

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    1. I love it too! I hadn't heard of this artist before, thank you for the information.

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    2. Oooh Debbie, I have a new favourite artist! Thank you for naming him. Off to explore more of his wonderful paintings now.

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    3. Sorry, that should have been thank you to Jeanneke.

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    4. I just love when you toss a question out into the interwebs and it comes back to you answered.

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  5. I'm not usually a fan of Salvador Dali but his 'Woman at the Window' draws me in - it could be me, looking longingly out to sea.

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