John Singer Sargent
Setting Out to Fish by John Singer Sargent
— enjoyed by all ages!
En route pour la peche
Look at Audrey, and Sally Tomato, and more at Christie’s.
Audrey as Gigi visits New York City
Sally Tomato in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
A letter from Cary Grant to Audrey
“Sabrina Fair” better known as Sabrina
Audrey wins for Roman Holiday! (with Tommy Weber, 1953)
More here at Christie’s
with photographer, Peter Reed
Snuggle up with a good book at bedtime.
In wild times and in wartime,
in times of fear and illness, I go
to Tintinnabula, where soft rains fall.
Tintinnabula is a story about moving from discomfort to peace,
from violence and uncertainty to a still, sure place.
It reminds us that our best friend in hard times
can often be ourselves.
From Latin tintinnābulum (“a small monastic bell”).
tintinnabulum (plural tintinnabula)
- A small clinking bell, particularly (historical) a small bells used to call monks to the certain tasks.
bells – C. Encyclopedia
Fox Hill Farm
Listen to Tintinnabula music (Karl Jenkins) Part 1
Age two is when Edward Gorey started to draw.
“Author and artist EDWARD ST. JOHN GOREY (1925-2000) was a child prodigy, drawing pictures at the age of two, and teaching himself to read by the age of three.” (more)
With Marion Arbona
Les cailloux – the pebbles
Marion Arbona Illustration