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Path in the Hundred Acre Wood (Hartfield, England) by Terry Eustler (summer photography scenery)

Hundred Acre Wood, Hartfield, England, UK - October 2005 (Where Winnie the Pooh lives) Love the heavy bloom and the oversaturated color and shadow.

Joaquín Sorolla

Guest bath "Seashore, 1906 / Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida was a Valencian Spanish painter. Sorolla excelled in the painting of portraits, landscapes, and monumental works of social and historical themes"


llbwwb: Victory Beach, Otago Peninsula, New Zealand, 2010 (by Célia Mendes Photography)


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The Yerres, Rain - Gustave Caillebotte, 1875

"The Yerres Rain" - Artist: Gustave Caillebotte French, Completion Date: 1875 Style: Impressionism Genre: landscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 81 x 59 cm Gallery: Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

pierre auguste renoir women in a garden paintings

off Hand made oil painting reproduction of Women In A Garden, one of the most famous paintings by Pierre Auguste Renoir. Pierre Auguste Renoir painted Women In A Garden in 1873 and participated in the.

N.T. Wright: "Jesus is Coming - Plant a Tree!" If Jesus will come again and bring a new heaven and a new earth, why bother saving the environment? N.T. Wright counters the myth that what we do here and now on this earth doesn't matter for the coming kingdom of God. http://www.plough.com/en/articles/2015/march/jesus-is-coming-plant-a-tree            N. T. Wright

Jesus Is Coming – Plant a Tree!

The Large Trees Paul Gauguin - 1889 Gotta love that fauvist/post-impressionist era

Camille Pissarro. Mother and child in fields of lavender. TG

chasingtailfeathers: “Camille Pissarro July 1830 – 13 November “Cover the canvas at the first go, and then work until you see nothing more to add. Don’t proceed according to rules and principles, but paint what you observe and feel.