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van Gogh. I've realised it's van Gogh's palette that attracts me most to his work.

Symphony in Flesh Colour and Pink: Portrait of Mrs Frances Leyland by James Abbot McNeill Whistler ca. 1871-74

Portrait Of A Girl Albrecht Durer 1515

Tavik František Šimon: Portrait of the Sculptor Josef Maratka

Mabel Alvarez (American, 1891-1985), Self-Portrait, 1923 ~ Mabel Alvarez was an American painter. Her works, often introspective and spiritual in nature, and her style is considered a contributing factor to the Southern California Modernism and California Impressionism movement.

John Singer Sargent (American, 1856-1925) Portrait of a Boy 1890 Oil on canvas 142.6 x 100.3 cm Patrons Arts Fund. Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

Portrait of Minerva Anguissola [1564] by petrus.agricola, via Flickr. Many of the early Anguissola paintings (when she still lived in Italy) show her and her sisters to be wearing their hair in braids, quite easily seen usually (not covered in a hair net, or obscured by hair jewelry), and with very mild rolling of the hair just back from the hairline.

The more out of control his parents get, the less in control Joey feels and the more he wants to help make things better. But Joey's grandmother wants her grandson to see it like it is. She needs Joey to show that he can break the Pigza family mold by making a friend in the outside world. The only candidate is Olivia Lapp -- Joey's blind homeschooling partner, who acts meaner to Joey the more desperate he gets for her friendship -- even if Joey senses there's more to her than meets the eye.

Yang the Youngest and His Terrible Ear Lit Club Guide

OPERATION REDWOOD by S Terrell French. When his mom gets an assignment out of the country, Julian ends up spending the summer with his uncle and his wife and son, relocated to San Francisco for new job as the CEO of an investment company that is planning to sell off a stand of old growth redwoods. Through a series of coincidences and covert operations, Julian ends up perched high atop the branches of one of these trees in and act of protest. Fantastically written and out of the ordinary.

Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth G. Speare--I still love this book for 2 reasons: it's how I met my husband :) and the kids love it and the movie.