Posts Tagged: Jacques henri Lartigue

Colours of Happiness

If ever there was a photographer of happiness, Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) was it. From about the age of eight, he was capturing images of people in their various states of happiness, elegance and humour. If you happen to be in Paris this summer, there’s an exhibition of his colour work, ‘Lartigue: La Vie en Couleurs‘, at the Maison…

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1917

On now at the Centre Pompidou-Metz in Paris, ‘1917’, ‘addresses the theme of artistic creation in wartime, on the scale of a single “impossible year ” when the world floundered in endless, devastating conflict’… Félix Édouard Valloton, ‘Tableau de guerre interprêté [sic] projections colorées noires bleues et rouges terrains dévastés, nuées de gaz, 1917’…

Tennis Anyone?

Arthur Getz… Pascal Blanchet…  Yasmeen Ismail…  James Stevenson, 1978… Vahram Muratyan and his ParisVsNewyork… Anatol Kovarsky… Constantin Alajalov…

Aleah Koury… Oliver Jeffers… Madeleine Floyd… Jacques Henri Lartigue, 1929… Henri Matisse… Tara Smith… Wind-up Goldfish… From Painted Path… Phillip R.Jackson, The Mighty Goldfish Cracker… Fishpond Mosaics… Mosaics from Pompeii 79 A.D… Ancient Roman mosaic from the 4th century A.D., discovered in Lod, Israel… Yin Yang Koi Fish… Koi by an unknown artist… Viv Nelson……

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