ITALY. Rome. Borghese Gallery. 1955. Bernhard BERENSON, American art collector of Lithuanian origin, looking at Pauline Borghese by Antonio Canova.
"Out on the Safaris, I had seen a herd of Buffalo, one hundred and twenty-nine of them, come out of the morning mist under a copper sky, one by one, as if the dark and massive, iron-like animals with the mighty horizontally swung horns were not approaching, but were being created before my very eyes and sent out as they were finished.”
-Isak Dinesen Out of Africa
Two delicious tartines from James Kicinski McCoy
UNTITLED (A NIGHT IN TUNISIA), 2011
[fiber-active dye on oxidized cotton textile stretched over cotton canvas; 248 x 252.5 x 3.5 cm / 97 1/2 x 99 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches]
Remember what flowers look like? This winter can’t end soon enough.
Hishiki Asako Via Blu Gallery
↳ Credits to whoever took the photos