manet - 1864
It's fantastic!! Thanks for the comment on Scrapiteria.
dunno, but i like how you have the guy in the lower right wearing a sailhat.
"Do you know who painted the watercolor background in this collage?"Hi! C.M. and Tom,I'am an artist, but the painter of this painting escape me completely. Nice collage though!Nice sounds too!By the way, C.M.,thanks for the package it was unexpected and packaged quite...beautifully too!DeeDee ;-D
I'm stumped. :)But that was a fabulous song. The side show must begin, indeed!
I've got to hand it to ya Coffee ... that pic is smokin'.BTW, I don't know how the prior post got by me. Nevertheless that one is a jovial coffee-drinking collage if I've ever seen one.
Oh, I do love this one... everyone in their own world and that big 'hand of god' as a barrier and backdrop! -J
Catchy tune! Sounds a bit like Louie Prima ;)Count me clewless on the water-colour but nice collage, as always :)
scrap: Thanks, I always enjoy seeing what all of you come up with.tom: Thanksdd: I'll post the artist tomorrow. BTW, the package is either way old, or from someone else. I haven't sent anything since the last discs a few months ago.megan: Seems it's all a side show anymore.keith: Thanks for that.hh: Thanks for stopping by.subT: Thanks, although Dave Van Ronk is gone, his music still survives.
Bonjour ! très original le mélange couleur et noir et blanc de vos collage ! l'effet fantastique me plait énormément ! bravo ! Amicalement Mary.KG
C.M. great reference! Hey! It's th' month of May...think I'll go "rompin' thru' th' swamp"...!
The Outcastes Will Inherite The Earth (I hope!)
you're not giving us any hints, are you??
mary: Thanks for your visit and kind comment.tony: I think we already havegrrl: OK
I greatly enjoyed reading Manet's 1864 Seascapes here, and as always you post thought-provoking pieces that stimulate the eyes and the ears. The watercolor collage of course is striking and without the reference link, I wouldn't know the answer, unfortunately. Beautiful work here!
sam: Thanks so much. His work is still amazing, especially in historical context, with these in the 1860s.
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