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"The Hare" by Ted Hughes High quality giclee print. Signed, limited edition print run of 250. Words from 'The Hare' used with the kind permission of the Ted Hughes Estate. Indian ink and acrylics on canvas. Free postage to the UK.

From Rockwell Kent’s masterful 1930 edition.

Susan Halls-Winter Rabbit. Soft slabbed paperclay. Raku fired with dry crackle raku glaze (sold).

Born in 1864, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is one of the most respected French painters of the post-impressionist period. He illustrated the colorful and whimsical life of Paris, often compared to his contemporaries, Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin. He was prolific, despite his devotion to cocktails. His compelling and romantic scenes of the theatrical life make him famous.

This has got to be the coolest statue I've ever seen. And framing a lighthouse! By French Sculptor Bruno Catalano. This is one of ten identical sculptures exhibited in 2013 at the port of Marseille, France.

Renoir towards the end of his life, when his hands were ruined by arthritis (which didn’t stop him from painting and smoking like a chimney, as this old film shows…)

Painting by Kayleen Horsma.

Daily Paintworks - "Cascade" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Kayleen Horsma

Inspirational art done by my cousin Artist Kayleen Horsma of two kids just being kids in the summer in Minnesota.

16 x 20 inch oil on gallery wrap canvas, ready to hang ..sides painted black.