Tag Archives: Rembrandt

Image of the Month – Shard by Austin Cole RBA ASGFA

“This print is the first of four studies of the Shard from different vantage points. I know that the Shard is a like-it-or-hate-it building. People think it is too big and that it overpowers the surrounding area, which is true. … Continue reading

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Open-mouthed – The tooth about laughter in art, by Bob Ballard SGFA

In 1859 Henry James undertook a European journey to view the culture of the Continent. According to what he wrote, however, his major preoccupation was constipation.  In 1969 I similarly embarked on a tour of the major galleries of Europe, … Continue reading

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