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I love this painting. Anyone know the artist? Copywork
Young Girl Writing at Her Desk with Birds Stretched Canvas Print by Henriette Browne at Art.com
This painting reminds me of one of our children drawing a live young raccoon, temporarily in a cage while awaiting transfer to a different neck of the woods : ), when he was in first grade. Painting by Henriette Browne.
A Girl Writing - Henriette Browne (1829-1901) French - Oil on Canvas - Victoria and Albert Museum - ca. 1870 (painted)
Oh, how I love this. Any idea who the artist is?
Nevermind, just found it! Henriette Browne (1829 – 1901, French)
And that's why Pinterest is awesome.... just click the picture!!! :-D
Yes, exactly! :) Would love to have a print of this, I'm going to try to find it.
Oh... great idea! It's so creative, bookish, free-the-bird/imagination-ish!
I'm making a keep calm wall. I don't want it framed, and it can be any size as long as it has rectangle shape. Screenprinted, cut out, painted, drawn, printed, whatever style as long as it can go on the wall =]
write - for my little writer. $18
I loooove Anne Lamott. She's funny and insightful and self-deprecating, and this is a great book about not just the process of writing but in fact the process of getting anything done.
Writing is amazing therapy.
I used to write and write well. The gift has vanished due
To lack of use. Life gets in the way.
Thank you for sharing your writing...
@ Susan Chamberlain Nielsen
Woody Allen writing in bed, 1996. Photo credit: Arnold Newman.
Quotable - Michael Connelly - Writers Write
the-writing-lesson Maude Goodman (1860 – 1938, English)
Emile Munier (1840 – 1895, French)
⊰ Posing with Posies ⊱ paintings of women and flowers - Vladimir Gusev (1957, Russian)
Flapper girl This would be so awesome on the front of an altered notebook with rhinstones and feathers
Charles-François Marchal. 1868
"Prayers for Boys & Girls". Payers selected by Esther Wilkin. Ilustrations by Eloise Wilkin. Little Golden Book, 1975. This one is for Staci Schiller. She knows why.
this is me...lighting the menorah and praying for my jewish dentist husband. wait. what, that's not why you light the menorah?
No. No that is not the reason. ;-)