The painter is drawing a comparison: To hold the child in your hand Is like taking a rabbit in your hand The child’s heart and it’s sinew Until he is grown with large legs His old soul is yet in the child’s body His journey of life depicted in art There are periods in his… Read More Week Sixteen: Paintings and Poetry No.16: Madonna of the Rabbit by Titian (1530)
The muses above the cacophony Provide inspired classical sound The body of work felt and heard The carved trees made of earth
Source: http://fineartamerica.com/products/early-morning-in-the-wilderness-of-shur-frederick-goodall-greeting-card.html The Egyptian heat Mountains in pastel-like shades of Pink like youthful horizons The clouds are a collection of mountains The mountain camel is perched on A man raises his hand to the crowd Leather under soles to his feet One man laying on his side The gathering of some apex The camels heads point… Read More Week Eleven: Paintings and Poetry No.11: Early Morning in the Wilderness of Shur, Egypt by Frederick Goodall
Two Corners There is a movement from earthly to heavenly The scene becomes filled with more light More exquisite grows the scene as you look Across and enlarge your understanding © Zubyre Parvez 2017 All Rights Reserved If you enjoyed this post, please share with colleagues, friends and family.
Source: A Painting A Day, Facebook group Almehs playing Chess in a Café (1870) French painter, draftsman & sculptor Oil on canvas, 55 x 65.5 cm By : Jean Leon Gerome (1824-1904) The two women play chess in the lightness of pastel hues One woman grips her knee As the warriors brave war curtsey for the… Read More Week One: Paintings and Poetry No.1: On Seeing Almehs Playing Chess in a Cafe