Rosa Old Blush



Easter Week Visitor, La Alameda, Sevilla, 2022



Little Girl with Blond Hair in a Red Dress by Egon Schiele



Christ on the Cross
Eugene Delacroix
Date: 1839
Style: Romanticism



The Singer
Wassily Kandinsky



Lily Cow and the Queen by Robert Henri, Date: 1915



La Alameda, Sevilla, 2022



May Feria, Riding by the Guadalquivir, Sevilla 2022
Watercolour on Card, Mari



Resting in Bed by James McNeill Whistler



Horacio Quiroga (1878-1937) was born in Uruguay, as the son of the Argentine Vice-Consul, holding then both nationalities, Argentine and Uruguayan--In This Issue, "The Feather Pillow"



[Ford was related to Dante Gabriel Rossetti poet, painter and most notorious of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. He casts a shadow a cross Parade’s End.]


Muse, Oil on Canvas, Mari 2019



La Magdalena
Oil on Canvas
Mari, 2019




Hats
Plaza de la Constitución
Sevilla, 2022



Parallelogram by Egon Schiele, Date: 1913; Vienna, Austria


Nuns in La Alameda, Sevilla, Espana
Watercolor on Card
Mari 2021



Sleeping Child on a Pillow
by Stanisław Wyspiański


Joyce Literations

Roses, Fading Away
PS Mari, 2022



Puppet Theatre by Aladar Korosfoi-Kriesch, 1907



Cameo from “Man and Woman on the Beach" by Thomas Pollock Anshutz



[Rebecca Hall portrayed Sylvia Tietjens, very much as described by Ford. Bored with life, Sylvia takes revenge by tormenting others. She is devilish witty in Oscar Wilde perversity, and a delight to the novel.] This Issue, Ford Passages: Ford Madox Ford and Parade’s End by Stephen Zelnick



[England, long in decline, war has speeded the process. Empires are founded by pirates and thugs, who only later become high-minded gentlefolk. So it was with Roman landowners pressing outward in conquest. Plato, Polybius, Machiavelli, and Gibbon note empire’s brutal beginning, graceful civilizing, and ugly demise. The journey trends downward into corruption, absurdity, and madness.]



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