Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)
And the Lamb prayed in his heart, 1920
American, 20th century
Graphite on dark cream wove paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.47 (harvardartmuseums.org)

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

And the Lamb prayed in his heart, 1920

American, 20th century

Graphite on dark cream wove paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.47 (harvardartmuseums.org)


L’Eternelle Idole, Musée Rodin
August Rodin   (via: zphoto.fr)

L’Eternelle Idole, Musée Rodin

August Rodin   (via: zphoto.fr)


The Thinker, 1902
Auguste Rodin (via: intercollegiatereview.com)

The Thinker, 1902

Auguste Rodin (via: intercollegiatereview.com)


Femme nue agenouillée vers la droite (Nude women kneeling to the right), 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin
Auguste Rodin 

Femme nue agenouillée vers la droite (Nude women kneeling to the right), 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin

Auguste Rodin 


Psyché, 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin
Auguste Rodin 

Psyché, 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin

Auguste Rodin 


Femme nue se levant II, 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin
Auguste Rodin 

Femme nue se levant II, 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin

Auguste Rodin 


Woman with Shawl, 1896, Musée Rodin
Auguste Rodin

Woman with Shawl, 1896, Musée Rodin

Auguste Rodin


Girl Seated; full front
Auguste Rodin
(French, Paris 1840–1917 Meudon)
Date: 1840–1917
Medium: Graphite and gouache
Dimensions: 19 5/8 x 12 3/4 in. (49.8 x 32.4 cm)
Classification: Drawings
Credit Line: John Stewart Kennedy Fund, 1910
Accession Number: 10.66.7, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Girl Seated; full front

Auguste Rodin

(French, Paris 1840–1917 Meudon)

Date: 1840–1917

Medium: Graphite and gouache

Dimensions: 19 5/8 x 12 3/4 in. (49.8 x 32.4 cm)

Classification: Drawings

Credit Line: John Stewart Kennedy Fund, 1910

Accession Number: 10.66.7, Metropolitan Museum of Art


Soul Dance

David Galstyan  HERE


David Galstyan HERE

David Galstyan HERE


Yuan Yuan Tan and Damian Smith in Edwaard Liang’s Finding Light -   Photographer: Emma Kauldhar (images via: danceeurope.com)



Dashboard: click box below for video - Finding Light (via: Greg Gregson on youtube)




Moonlight, South Devon
Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)

Description from Wiki:  ”Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942) was an English painter.

He was educated at Exeter Cathedral School, was an exhibitioner at Cavendish College, Cambridge in 1890, and went on to Christ’s College, from where he obtained his Degree in Applied Science in 1893.[1] He obtained First Class Honours, City & Guilds in 1896, and was a qualified Milling Engineer. He was also sometime Demonstrator In Science at Exeter Technical College. He was married in July 1897 to Annie Triphina Coles.

In 1898, he took up art professionally, and between that year and 1912, he exhibited his work regularly. He was made a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1902, and sent 52 paintings to exhibitions at their Galleries in Pall Mall during these years. He also exhibited at several important provincial galleries. He originated an exhibition of works by modern painters at Exeter, which developed into the Devon And Cornwall Fine Art Society.

He moved from Exeter to Lelant, Cornwall in 1902, and travelled frequently to Spain, especially the South during the early 1900s and in the 1920s. He also visited Southern France and North Africa, and produced many paintings from these travels. He was also a very prolific local artist, and painted a very large number of landscapes and local scenes from Devon, Cornwall and, of course, Dorset, to which County he moved in the mid-1920s, living at Northbrook Road, Swanage for many years.

He was fascinated by the effects of certain light on the landscape, particularly moonlight, as his paintings show. He is known for his use of the colour blue, and his moonlight paintings of people carrying lanterns and light shining from windows are much sought after.

He appeared to have been very interested in the RMS Titanic disaster of 1912, particularly in the Enquiries subsequently held, apparently suspecting suppression of certain information. In 1940 he made a Codicil to his Will, leaving various documents and papers relating to these matters, to the British Museum. The artist died in January 1942 at Swanage, at the age of 68, and is buried in Godlingston Cemetery, Ulwell, Swanage.”

Moonlight, South Devon

Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)

Description from Wiki:  ”Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942) was an English painter.


He was educated at Exeter Cathedral School, was an exhibitioner at Cavendish College, Cambridge in 1890, and went on to Christ’s College, from where he obtained his Degree in Applied Science in 1893.[1] He obtained First Class Honours, City & Guilds in 1896, and was a qualified Milling Engineer. He was also sometime Demonstrator In Science at Exeter Technical College. He was married in July 1897 to Annie Triphina Coles.

In 1898, he took up art professionally, and between that year and 1912, he exhibited his work regularly. He was made a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1902, and sent 52 paintings to exhibitions at their Galleries in Pall Mall during these years. He also exhibited at several important provincial galleries. He originated an exhibition of works by modern painters at Exeter, which developed into the Devon And Cornwall Fine Art Society.

He moved from Exeter to Lelant, Cornwall in 1902, and travelled frequently to Spain, especially the South during the early 1900s and in the 1920s. He also visited Southern France and North Africa, and produced many paintings from these travels. He was also a very prolific local artist, and painted a very large number of landscapes and local scenes from Devon, Cornwall and, of course, Dorset, to which County he moved in the mid-1920s, living at Northbrook Road, Swanage for many years.

He was fascinated by the effects of certain light on the landscape, particularly moonlight, as his paintings show. He is known for his use of the colour blue, and his moonlight paintings of people carrying lanterns and light shining from windows are much sought after.

He appeared to have been very interested in the RMS Titanic disaster of 1912, particularly in the Enquiries subsequently held, apparently suspecting suppression of certain information. In 1940 he made a Codicil to his Will, leaving various documents and papers relating to these matters, to the British Museum. The artist died in January 1942 at Swanage, at the age of 68, and is buried in Godlingston Cemetery, Ulwell, Swanage.”


A Moonlit Street, North Africa, Private Collection
Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)

A Moonlit Street, North Africa, Private Collection

Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)


Moonlight, the Guadarrama Mountains from near Segovia
Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)

Moonlight, the Guadarrama Mountains from near Segovia

Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)


Mooonlight, Villeneuve, Private Collection
Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)

Mooonlight, Villeneuve, Private Collection

Albert Moulton Foweraker (July 7, 1873 - January, 1942, English)