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no stone unturned

stumbled upon this tiny family cemetery in the center of Bowman Orchids in apple country, upstate New York. This is the Shepherd family cemetery located in the center of the Bowman Orchids, Wexford, NY. Bowman Orchards was originally owned by Elizabeth

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my favorite painting

My favorite painting from my recent visit to the Whitney Museum was Edward Ruscha’s The Old Tool and Die Building (2004). I love it’s graphic composition, subtle color palette, & clever use of typography. Rusha commented on the decline of

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Posted in 1800's, 70's, cartoon, painting

(t)werk of art

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864 – 1901) was a French painter, printmaker, and illustrator. Influenced by Japanese prints, as well as Impressionist painting, he mastered the printing techniques of his day (stone lithography) to create graphic posters that captured the energy of

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Posted in 1800's, design, posters