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Elewijt Castle I

Elewijt Castle, also known as "Castle of Het Steen" or "Rubenskasteel", is a castle in Elewijt, Belgium, which was owned by Peter Paul Rubens – famous Flemish Baroque painter – from 1635 to his death in 1640, and features in some of his paintings. Posted by >Gert Vanhaecht on 2015-01-03 09:06:50

Big Mirror

Lenbachhaus – The gallery The gallery contains a variety of works by Munich painters and contemporary artists, in styles such as The Blue Rider and New Objectivity. Munich painters The gallery displays masterpieces by Munich artists such as Jan Polack, Christoph Schwarz, Georges Desmarees ("Countess Holstein" 1754), Wilhelm von Kobell, Georg von Dillis, Carl Rottmann,…

remembering paul gauguin, hampi

dark skinned woman with the backdrop of richly painted walls. that wall was actually interior part of the house before recent demolition of the front lane, surprisingly there is a frame of saint sai baba still hanging! this reminded me of one of my favourite paul gauguin’s love for painting polynesians with deities, in strident…