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A Brief Introduction

Almost all of these images have come from the WebMuseum, one of the most fabulous places on the web. Most of them, if they're still in it, are almost certainly © of their owners, whoever those lucky people are.

The images link to the original, larger, image, the artists' names links to their section in the museum.

Currently

Something a little different this time. Eric Clapton is selling a load of his guitars at the end of the month for charity and I went to the viewing while some of the lots are in London. Strange parallelism, poster as desktop and wall adornment!

Previously

Canotiers Ramant Sur L'Yerres (Oarsmen) by Gustave Caillebotte (this is also from Jim's Fine Art Collection)
The Biglin Brothers Racing by Thomas Eakins (this is from National Gallery of Art, Washington DC)
The Papal Palace, Avignon by Paul Signac (this is from Jim's Fine Art Collection)
The Dining Room by Paul Signac
View of Toledo by El Greco
Number 8 by Jackson Pollack
Boboli by John Singer Sargent
I was in Boston recently and visited the Museum of Fine Arts and saw an exhibition by the photographer Herb Ritts, including this great shot of Madonna.
Snowstorm by Joseph Mallord William Turner
A deviation this month, a photograph of a Parisian street corner, taken by a friend of mine.

This is an original and as such most definitely under ©, if you would like to use it, e-mail me and let me know, if you want to use it in a commerical context that goes double and we'll need to talk terms.

The Adoration of the Magi by Sandro Botticelli
Moret-sur-Loing by Alfred Sisley
A Bigger Splash by David Hockney
Work by Ford Madox Brown
Bibemus Quarry by Paul Cezanne
The Separation of Light from the Darkness by Michelangelo
La Liberté guidant le peuple by Delacroix
The Pont Neuf by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
The Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau
Alternatively, a great spoof of this picture, found at the The Muppets Gallery
Office at Night by Edward Hopper
The Music Lesson by Jan Vermeer
Soldier of the First Division by Kasimir Malevich

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