I discovered the site, quite amazing photos of sculpture in the Louvre. Thank you Richard (Higgins) for sharing them with the world. If you keep clicking you get biger and biger downloads. http://higginsoft.smugmug.com/gallery/548964/1/25960497.
Success at last. Here’s one to finish off this theme. “A hot summer gone”.
Its Tuesday and I am determined to post a few pictures of Dorset Life. A Cheese Fair, The Georgian fair, the sea at Lulworth, our bantam chicks, a young swallow in May, and the world cup reaches the farm.
I must go and feed the four legged. Suger beet, care mix, herbal wormer hay and water um um!
I doubt there has ever been a potentially more exciting foreign collection of Art Exhibitions in London than there is now. I am planning a trip to them all and will let you know what I think. Rodin at The Royal Academy Holbein at Tate Britain Leonado Da Vinci at The Victoria and Albert Museum […]
If you go to English Sculpture Blog you will find my contribution to study English or more acurately British Sculpture. It is, will be, a very personal view but I hope enjoyable as well as useful. I have yet to learn how to get the pictures to work! Here is the link http://englishsculpture.blogspot.com/
Here is Chris’ blog, well worth a visit and the Sculpture web site is not just very useful but facinating. http://mountshang.blogspot.com/
I am hoping that the San Francisco Exposition of 1915 will be repeated in 2015. I am going to push from this end for 2 reasons. Firstly because it looks as if it was one “hell of a good party” in 1915 and secondly because it would be great place to visit and exhibit contemporary […]
I owe this blog to Chris Miller from Chicago USA. I recommend that you visit his blog and website one day. Well there’s a cool guy in a very hot place doing a very good job. See here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/core/Content/displayPrintable.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/09/25/wjuba25.xml&site=5&page=0 I am a keen supporter of English sculpture especially those who seem to have faded into […]