Sonntag, 21. März 2010

Thank you!

Update: Sorry that I'm so bad with the credits. I found the magazine in the bin and found out, that it was John William Waterhouse who made this painting, it shows Cleopatra.


I want to say thank you all for your caring and good wishes.

Last night I wasn't tired and took this picture I found in a magazin last week. I thought it could be a good kind of wallpaper, but there was no idea how.

I want to show the opposite of the warm wood and the cold metal in this scene. For me it goes together very good.

I'm not so good in history, is it a guardian angel on that painting? For me it is and helps me through the roughness of life - like you.






A warm welcome to all my new followers who visited and subscribed my blog in the last weeks. I'm sorry that I'm no more able to welcome each of you with flowers like in the beginning of my blogging. Take the next flower you see and like as my greetings!


Kommentare:

  1. Uh oh! I just signed in to follow your blog again!My gardian angel must be asleep!Hope yours isn't! xoxo Floke

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  2. Uh oh! I didn't know that it is possible to signe in twice. Now you faked the statistics!!!!
    Beloved bad girl :-)

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  3. The painting looks like it's from the art era of the late 19th century - Art Nouveau, Jugend magazine, Tiffany, Liberty, und so weiter.
    It's beautiful, and your setting works very well.
    Glenda

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  4. I agree with Glenda. Fits perfectly into your scene. Love it!

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  5. I do not know much about art but I am glad you have a guardian angle to watch over you. I have alway lovewarm wood but have never liked metal as it is too cold but you make it work together very nicely.

    For all those people who have trouble translating, I have an automatic translator on my google toolbar that translates every page that comes in automatically.

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  6. To me it looks a lot like the work of
    William-Adolphe Bouguereau, a very prolific painter from the 19th century. Although this specific painting is not familiar to me, it could be one that he did (he painted 'thousands'), or by one of his contemporaries.

    Hope you feel much better soon.

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  7. Thank you all for your comments and good wishes.
    I updated this post to tell who this "guardian angel" should be and who made the painting.

    Doreen, I have the google-translator too, but it was a long time to make it working, I can understand, that there are some bloggers who don't want this effort.

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  8. So beautiful rooms! It was also a good idea to show in short story your whole year 2009. That gave a good impression of what all has happened. Hopefully I'm able to show the same progress after this first year of mine. ;)

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