17 February, 2023

Love Week Day 6: Art and Architecture

I love a good story, as told by an artist, an architect, a engineer, or a craftsperson.

When I travel, I visit museums, famous architecture, and gardens.
Cat
1913, Raymond Duchamp-Villon
Detroit Institute of Arts, USA
Dorothy H. Turkel House
1956, Frank Lloyd Wright
Detroit, Michigan USA
Self Portrait at The Age of 34
1640, Rembrandt van Rijn
The National Gallery, London UK
Chandelier
1904, Glamorgan Castle
Alliance, Ohio USA
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
First released in 1956
The Columbus Museum
Columbus, Georgia USA
Tatra T87 Sedan, designed 1936, manufactured 1948
Hans Ledwinka
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
Roman Bath, C. 60-70 AD
Museum and galleries added in the 1700's-1800's
Bath, UK
Woman With A Cat
c. 1880-82 by Auguste Renoir
National Gallery, London UK
Frederick C. Robie House
1909, Frank Lloyd Wright
Hyde Park, Illinois USA
Cape Trinity, Saguenay River, Moonlight
1904, Winslow Homer
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

Primavera Eterna
1884, Auguste Rodin
Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois USA

11 comments:

Lillian "sognafaret" said...

I would realy like to try the roman bath

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

When we were young my mother took us to Bath. At that time you could go in the water if you wanted to and I remember paddling in it. On later visits you are not allowed in the water, but it is very green, so I don't think I would want to!

Mickey's Musings said...

That is quite the house! All those windows are pawsome, but mum would not want to clean them.
Many years ago mum also visited Bath. She put her hand in the water and it was warm.
Purrs, Julie

Marvelous Marv said...

A lady after my own heart! One of the drawbacks of living in the middle of nowhere is the lack of galleries and museums. Thanks for sharing your photos its like being there! Keep being awesome! Barb

Peachy, Stippie, Angel Binky and Granny said...

Those paintings are so beautiful, Granny says that she would love to have a chandelier like that, but it doesn't fit in our house🙈Lovely post! Double Pawkisses for a Happy Weekend🐾😽💞

Katie Isabella said...

I enjoyed each and every photo. LONG may you do this for us.

Brian's Home Blog said...

Love that cat! We have a Frank Lloyd Wright house in our town but it's not overly impressive. We've been to his Fallingwater house several times and it's totally amazing.

Three Chatty Cats said...

Woman with a Cat - love it!

Ruby Rose and the Big Little Angels 3 said...

Thank you for sharing your stunning finds during your trips.

Anonymous said...

I like the Roman baths; it looks like a nice, private swimming pool now.

Darla M Sands said...

Awesome! Thank you for sharing.