It’s about ART
“Every artist was first an amateur”
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Emil Nolde (German/Danish, 1867-1956), Rote Päonien (Sommerblumen) [Red Peonies (Summer Flowers)], c.1925-30.
Watercolour on Japan paper, 19.5 x 14.5 cm.
Henry Scott Tuke (British, 1858-1929), Watching the Sea.
Watercolour and pencil, 14 x 10 in.
When I am sad, I think of you as one thinks of the sun in winter; and when I am happy, I think of you as one thinks of shade on a sunny day.
• Victor Hugo, French novelist (1802-1885)
“Creativity takes courage”
Emil Nolde (German/Danish, 1867-1956), Segelboot (Hamburger Hafen) [Sailboat (Port of Hamburg)], 1910.
Oil on canvas, 70 x 56.5 cm.
Ken Heyman. Leonard Bernstein after Philharmonic performance. New York, 1970
A generous selection of Georgian lover’s eye jewelry from Leslie Hindman’s December Important Jewelry sale.
See more from the auction here:
Marc Chagall – Untitled, 1958.
Natalia Osipova and Matthew Ball in Giselle.
The Royal Ballet
Photography: Rachel Hollings
Musée de Louvre (at Musée du Louvre)
Erich Heckel (German, 1883-1970), Blaue Iris [Blue Iris], 1908. Oil on canvas, 75 x 56 cm.
Robert Gober (American, b. 1954), Untitled (Red Shoe), 1990.
Pigmented wax, 7.6 x 19.7 x 7 cm. Number 2/35.
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
– Pablo Picasso
Claudio Bravo (Chilean, 1936-2011), Perro [Dog], 1968. Oil on canvas, 92 x 64.3 cm.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
– Thomas Merton