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    The Little Dancer by Edgar Degas, Musee D'Orsay, Paris. Seeing her in person brought me to tears! She is stunning. Paris 2013

    "A painting requires a little mystery, some vagueness, some fantasy. When you always make your meaning perfectly plain you end up boring people." Degas

    The Green Dancers by Edgar Degas -- I find the works of Degas to be ...completely captivating...especially his portrayal of the ballet.

    dancers in pink by Edgar Degas - I had this on my wall as a little girl too, but I didn't want to be a ballerina, it made me want to be a painter.

    Degas sculpture in front of a Monet Painting.

    Degas' Little Dancer // I unintentionally ran in to this at The Met a couple of years ago. I had been dying to see it for as long as I could remember. I wondered into a quiet room, and there she was. Another woman did the same, just as I, and we both looked at each other, tears in our eyes. It was so beautiful.

    Degas, the one that started it all. This statue made me fall in love with the beauty and effortlessness that is art. Sweet and innocent beauty.

    Maybe George Kreiger's The Peasant Girl was inspired by Bacchante, also known as Grapes. I see similarities in the face. The Peasant Girl is coiffed and draped very simply, though. "Auguste Rodin, (1874)"

    'Thought' (Camille Claudel) by Auguste Rodin. Lovely, private expression.

    Musée Rodin. This was the very first piece I saw when entering Rodin's museum. It's my favorite piece and my eye went right to it...awesome!

    Standing by this bust, at Musee Rodin, it really brought 1865 alive for me... a memorable experience. "Camille Claudel by Rodin 1865"

    Rodin, The Fall of Eve, Art Institute of Chicago - Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! Catalog @ www.BusaccaGaller...

    la Petite Châtelaine par Camille Claudel (1864-1943)

    Portrait of Camille Claudel, 1890's - It would be a mistake to assume that Claudel's reputation has survived simply because of her once notorious association with Rodin. The novelist and art critic Octave Mirbeau described her as "A revolt against nature: a woman genius". Her early work is similar to Rodin's in spirit, but shows an imagination and lyricism quite her own.

    Love and Affection-Mother and Son Statue Available at

    Decoration for Kolya's party... reminds me of her "Precious Gift-Mother with Infant/Newborn Statue. Available at"

    imgend. Although it's stone, one can sense the gentleness of the mother's kiss on the babies hand.


    Mother love

    Stained Glass Mosaic Window

    his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Horst Faas. The soldier in the photo is unknown but he is with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion on defense duty at Phuc Vinh airstrip in South Vietnam. June 18, 1965.

    This really touches my heart even though it makes me feel very sad. But this was real life for a lot of people at that time in England and Ireland as well. Very difficult times. Thomas KenningtonGreat Britain 1856-1916Homeless 1890oil on canvas170.0 x 152.0 cm

    in the garden . . .

    Canestra di frutta, 1596