Good Morning Readers, for Day #11 of the Priorhouse 365 Days of Art, I am following up with yesterday’s still life by bringing you another still life example.
As I was walking by Booth #333, I noticed there was a painting (a still life with a blue vase) that reminded me of Cezanne’s work.
When some people think of still life paintings, we immediately think of the French artist Cezanne – and then when some of us see a “blue vase and fruit in a still life,” we think of Cezanne’s work even more. Here is an example of why:
When I'm not plotting my next book, I watch movies and television programs, both new and old, on Acorn TV, Amazon, BritBox, Hulu, and Netflix. Afterward, I write reviews and scatter popcorn kernels. Whatever floats your remote is fine with me.