The Sisters (1900) Ralph Peacock

  Ralph Peacock – Portrait and landscape painter. Born 14 August 1868 in London. Entered the R.A. Schools, where he won a gold medal and the Creswick Prize, 1887. Exhibited at the R.A. from 1888. Won a gold medal at Vienna 1898 and a bronze medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition 1900. Died in London 17Continue reading “The Sisters (1900) Ralph Peacock”

Parce Domine by Adolphe Willette

  Have been meaning to post this beautiful picture by Adolphe Willette (30 July 1857– 4 February 1926), a French painter, illustrator, caricaturist, and lithographer, which I found at http://steelthistles.blogspot.co.uk/ Isn’t it divine? It’s a Parisian scene (notice the Montmartre windmill) depicting what looks to be a wild game of follow-the-leader. The picture is on display at the Musee de Montmartre if you’re lucky enough toContinue reading “Parce Domine by Adolphe Willette”