Success Emerson & Debussy

Success Emerson & Debussy

Success is a poem by the American Poet Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 – 1882)

Claire de Lune is a piece of music by Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918)

 

Success Emerson & Debussy
Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night

 

 

 

 

  1. Frans Hals Laughing Cavalier &
  2. Laughing Boy
  3. Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa
  4. Joseph Wright of Derby A Philosopher Giving a Lecture on the Orrery
  5. Pieter de Hooch Peeling Apples
  6. Mary Cassatt Young Mother Sewing
  7. Norman Rockwell The Runaway
  8. Claude Monet Sunrise
  9. Jackson Pollock The Accountant
  10. Michelangelo Merisi Caravaggio The Taking of Christ and
  11. The Card Players
  12. Casper David Friedrich The Wanderer in a Sea of Mist
  13. Sandro Botticelli Birth of Venus
  14. John Constable The Hay Wain
  15. Odilon Redon Flowers
  16. Norman Rockwell Listening to the Radio
  17. Grant Wood American Gothic
  18. Norman Rockwell Under the Mistletoe
  19. Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night
  20. Evelyn de Morgan Archangel Azrael
  21. JMW Turner The Fighting Temeraire
  22. Raphael Sanzio da Urbino Madonna and Child
  23. Berthe Morisot Cradle
  24. Antonio da Correggio Wedding of St Catherine
  25. Claude Monet Lillies & Poppies
  26. Gustav Klimt Farm Garden with Sunflowers
  27. Harry Nelson O’Neil A Mother Depositing her Child at Foundling Hospital Paris
  28. William Holman Hunt The Awakening
  29. Ford Madox Brown Work
  30. Norman Rockwell The Problem
  31. Albert Charles Challen Mary Seacole
  32. Caravaggio Madonna di Loreto
  33. Goodman of Derby (?) Florence Nightingale
  34. Norman Rockwell Gazing at the Moon

 

Success Emerson & Debussy

Art-Tales is a magazine blog site following the journeys and reflections through the art world of artist, sketcher, art historian and critic Al Beckett.

Merely to amuse, inform and entertain, Art-Tales is aimed at people who simply wish to dip a toe into the art world, share an insight, smile at a joke and maybe even be informed a little.

Al regularly visits the major galleries in the UK and whenever possible, mainland Europe and the USA. He keeps up to date by subscribing to many periodicals, viewing documentaries and the news in general.

Al paints and sculpts himself and frequently sketches in-situ. He has written a book ‘The Primacy of Your Eye’ designed to give people some insights to enhance their experiences in galleries. Fully illustrated with 400 sketches and drawings of major art works and their artists, the book takes the reader on a journey through topics to perhaps consider to enrich the viewing experience.

To many, the art world is daunting, to others it holds little interest. A gentle submersion at a depth to suit the individual can produce rich and rewarding results.

That’s the purpose of Art-Tales.

 

Success Emerson & Debussy