Saturday, April 24

lost to the mists of time

sorry i've been absent from here, i've been very busy doing absolutely nothing. i miss not worrying about school, it's quite delightful. although i have added many more law & order episodes to my 'watched list', it's nice to be home.

turns out i did use different images for my paper. i turned it in last friday, and since i chose different images i just wanted to share them. my paper's main argument was that Berthe Morisot pushed the boundaries of female artists by incorporating landscapes into her work. i used the Corot and Monet as comparisons and i wrote about female restrictions in the nineteenth century.

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, The Valley, 1855-1860

Berthe Morisot, The Artist’s Sister Edma with her Daughter Jeanne, 1872

Morisot, Hide-and-Seek, 1874

Claude Monet, Landscape: The Parc Monceau, 1876

Morisot, Laundresses Hanging Out the Wash, 1875

i've been recently addicted to this indie band au revoir simone, they have a way of capturing an ideal emotion in their music. enjoy

i'm starting my ceramics class next week, i can't wait. until then, i'll be unpacking and getting ready to start summer. be back soon,


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