The inspiration for Ballet Class Visitor, Edgar Degas, did just about everything wrong in his personal life. But although difficult and contrary, he created unforgettable art.
Paul Cézanne’s cats couldn’t resist that apple basket and all the great things in it. As soon as he wander off for lunch, they did the cat thing. Secretly. The Cats in Paul Cézanne’s Apple Basket By David Stone One way to look at Paul Cézanne’s career is […]
Rene Magritte’s Invisible Cat and why you can’t see him… Walking into a room of Rene Magritte’s paintings is like entering a workout gymnasium for your brain. Nothing expected happens with Rene Magritte, even when you expect the unexpected.
About out Bonnard Cat Art Parody French impressionist Pierre Bonnard didn’t paint many cats, at least not as many among his canvases as I’d have liked.
About Monet’s Black Cat… I love Claude Monet, not as much as I love cats, but enough to have appreciated his paintings in more museum visits than I can count.
An American chat noir, our black cat in Paris, France, a cat adventure story…
Meeting Simon Dinnerstein was just lucky, one of those New York things. New York City’s lucky because there are so many opportunities. And this was one of them.
Humor in street photography isn’t something you see every day. I’ve walked through galleries, admiring the work of photographers who, for all their skill and art, have no sense of humor. But, look long enough, and you can find some whimsey.
About Deborah Julian’s Charles Bridge, Prague … Not all urban or street photography is fine art. It all depends on the photographer’s motive. Street photography is about narrative, and urban may be static, a look at the landscape or how things fit together with or without people. Deborah […]
Images of New York City bring an angular view to urban spaces, seen through street photography. Catching what’s missed in the rush. Balloon Girl (Soho) by Deborah Julian Up Close, What Does New York City Look Like? Deborah Julian is a New York City based street and urban […]