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Tuesday, March 26, 2013


The Seattle Art Museum has some Rembrandt exhibit right now.  Rembrandt's work, I've decided, is ugly.  Waaaay overrated.  The GOOD stuff in the exhibit is all by Sir George Romney and Henry Raeburn, who I discovered at The Prado in Madrid over a year ago. So far, these are the ONLY names in "fine art" that have any value to me.  If anyone knows of books where their works are collected, I'd very much like to track them down.

1 comment:

Danny said...

Thanks for the links - I've always loved that George Romney painting of Lady Hamilton. Hadn't heard of Raeburn but I found a badass portrait and had to try a study of it.

link if you feel like checkin it out