I have borrowed from both my love for classical art and music that deeply inspires me today to bring an 'echo chamber' to my blog post. I extracted the woman (1883 - La Nuit) from William Adolphe Bouguereau - a late 19th century French academic painter. One source on the internet claims that to make extra money, Bouguereau designed labels for jam jars. Such is the life of an artist. The other images in the postcard are from Holliewood Studios.
"La Nuit" William Adolphe Bouguereau
(1883) oil on canvas - public domain image
If you can spare 3-4 minutes today, consider listening to masterful piece of music by Van Morrison - "Listen to the Lion" that follows below. It was the inspiration for this postcard for Sunday Postcard Art - the theme "Illusions." But HOLD ON, wait - that's the theme for next week! These weeks theme was "Double Take".
They say if you want to know a person, look at the books in their library. If you want to know me, listen to the music I listen to. And occasionally, the images I place next to each other will give you a hint to my heart's delight. :0) Thanks for reading....and maybe for listening...too.
Listen to The Lion
- Postcard Illustration (credits above)
Van Morrison - St. Dominic's Preview - For the Lion