"Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment."
~ Claude Monet

Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Selections from the permanent collection of The Museum of Fine Arts


Photo by Gina Duarte
 Henry Moore
English. 1898-1986
Seated Figure Against Curved Wall
1956-57
Bronze





Photo by Gina Duarte

Henri Matisse
French, 1869-1954
Reclining Nude III
c. 1929
Bronze


Photo by Gina Duarte
 Fernando Botero
Colombian, born 1932
Venus
1977-78
Bronze


Photo by Gina Duarte

Joan Miró
Spanish
Cloud and Brids
1927

Photo by Gina Duarte

Pierrot,
c. 1937-38

Georges Rouault
French, 1871-1958

Photo by Gina Duarte

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
German, 1880-1938
Reclining Nude, 1909



Photo by Gina Duarte

Pablo Picasso
Spanish (worked in France)
Portrait of Fernande Olivier
1905-08

Photo by Gina Duarte

Max Beckman, German
Double Portrait
1946

4 comments:

imac said...

The first 2 - I love the colour and felt that the young lady was selling her body.
Then from the slim to - well shock with a smile, thoughts now are slim lady begging for money and then making her money - after a few years she had plenty of food.

Gina said...

Brilliant art commentary as usual, my friend! :-D

aguja said...

Your choice of artwork and the style of this new blog are food for the mind. The Henry Moore's are a treat.
Is this as well as or instead of your other blog???

Gina said...

So nice that you came by, aguja. This blog is in addition to The Pagan Sphinx. I will try to post to both, whenever time and mind allow.