Tuesday, November 22, 2011

I Heart Paintings


Hello. Wonder why sudden interest about paintings? I know I haven't blogged about my newest venture in life, no it's not about me trying to be a painter(I wish I have that talent though) It is about me being a college teacher, yes I am, and the subject I am teaching is Humanities. I hope you’ve read about my blog a month ago about my problem if I should accept the teaching job offer. So, I guess the answer is obvious now and thank God I made the right decision. At this moment I am actually making my PowerPoint presentation for my next lecture, which is actually tomorrow, (I hope none of my students will read this.haha!) and the topic is about painting. Despite the fact that I’m really really short of time, I still can’t help but take a little of what’s left to blog about these wonderful paintings I am about to show you.

Have fun! :)


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by: Leonid Afremov
also by Leonid Afremov ( I just love his paintings)
Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
Alley by the Lake by Leonid Afremor

Oops. sorry about some of the paintings, I can't find the titles and the artists' names. I will fill those in soon. Anywhoo, They're all amazing and beautiful, aren't they?

I hope you enjoyed. consequently, I guess I won't be sleeping tonight. sigh!



8 comments:

  1. All of those city landscapes with the vibrant blues and oranges are Leonid Afremov's paintings. They're my favorite- all so beautiful.

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  2. Van Goghs Starry Nights has a moon in it, the painting above is Starry Night over the Rhine. I know got for tat.

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  3. Rhone I mean, I hate auto correct.

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  4. I've be wondering who painted the last painting on your list ever since I wrote a paper on it in my first year at college. Anyone? Ill check back. Thank you

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  5. The last painting is by John Atkinson Grimshaw and is called 'Stapleton Park near Pontefract Sun'.

    http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/john-atkinson-grimshaw/stapleton-park-near-pontefract-sun-1877

    You can use tineye.com or the TinEye addon for Firefox to identify pictures you find on the net. :)

    Thanks for posting the paintings. I love art, too.

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  6. thank you for your comments and for identifying the paintings for me.
    thanks guys! :)

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