Jules Frederic Ballavoine’s painting, pomegranate jewel, William Morris design and my photo of sea in Sicily. Pre-Raphaelism was a British artistic movement, born in the late 1840s, in London, during the Victorian era. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a group of … Continue reading →
“Surrealism is the magical surprise to find a lion in a closet, where we were sure to find shirts.” Frida Kahlo. Mrs Pomeranz’s dresses and the Maxfield Parrish’s painting “Autumn white birch”. Sources : Pinterest and leparisien
Mix of two paintings (Sylvia by the Pre Raphaelite painter Frank Dicksee, 1891 and The arched bridge by Trost Richards, 1869) and photo of a fall leaf. In Greek mythology, the Horae or the Hours were the Goddesses of the … Continue reading →
“L’automne est le printemps de l’hiver.” Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Tara Jarmon’s coat, gold version of leaves and the background of the Claude Monet’s painting “The hunt”. Autumn was a season Claude Monet (1840-1926) depicted several times.
“Orangers, arbres que j’adore, Que vos parfums me semblent doux ! Est-il dans l’empire de Flore Rien d’agréable comme vous ?” Éloge de l’oranger – Jean de la Fontaine Émile Vernon painting “Beauty under the orange tree” and Des petits … Continue reading →