Port Scene with the Embarkation of St Ursula (1641)
Claude Lorrain

what is this?

What else but an annoying little text-post to tell all of my wonderful, (and very) few followers that I’ll be posting here again, after a long and inexplicable wait. I hope the amount of time that I left this blog alone was lengthy enough to fully enjoy chaconne. I know, I know. It just wasn’t. You haven’t missed much—I’m still eighteen and still vaguely clueless about the classical/romantic/baroque pieces I post here, but just as before, I’m going to post them anyway. As always, clicking whatever I post will lead you to the site where I found it, but the painter/author/instrumentalist will always be credited in text in the post itself. A note of thanks to all those people who’ve haven’t clicked that unfollow button out of either laziness, forgetfulness, or loyalty. You are my ppl.

Onward to the good stuff then!

Chaconne (Ciaccona)
J.S. Bach
played by Milstein

Glass of Flowers and an Orange Twig (1660s)
Abraham Mignon

Destruction of the Beast and the False Prophet (1804)
Benjamin West

The Bronze Horses of San Marco (1876)
Charles Caryl Coleman

Jonathan’s Token to David (1868)
Lord Frederic Leighton
Nathan Milstein
#music  #Milstein  

Judith with the Head of Holofernes (1613)
Cristofano Allori

Threatened Swan (1650)
Jan Asselyn

Mutants (c. 1980s/early 1990’s)
Geli Korzhev
Sonata No. 3 in C major
J.S. Bach

Ships in Distress in a Raging storm (1690)
Ludolf Backhuysen

Orestes Pursued by the Furies (1862)
William Adolphe-Bouguereau

Four Studies of the Head of a Negro (?)
Peter Paul Rubens