Dreams of humanity. A photo expo on the banks of the Seine. By Reza and Ali bin Thalith. Summer 2015.
A Middle-Ages face. 12th or 13th century. Musée Cluny, Paris. 2015.
Lichtenstein, Beaubourg, 2013. (Yes, as you have surmised, I love Lichtenstein)
A cat face. “The cat and us”. Paris, 2015. (Wot? Wot? Don’t qualify as a Paris face? I say it does) 🙂
“Portrait of Françoise by Picasso”. 1947. Picasso Museum, 2015. Françoise Gilot, born in 1921 replaced Dora Maar in Picasso’s life. She is the mother of Claude and Paloma Picasso. She is probably the only woman to have ever dumped Picasso. In 1953. (Do not let cubism fool you, Picasso was a hell of realistic artist. Look at the precision of this drawing.) (All rights reserved, I don’t want the Picasso heirs to sue me all the way to eternity and back.) 🙂
Gare du Nord. Northern station, Paris 2015. The woman portrayed is probably “Berbère” from Morocco.
Door frame, Paris. Age unknown, I would assume 19th century. The style is definitely Middle-Ages.
Brigitte Bardot, c.1960. In my brother’s lair, near Impasse Satan.
Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592), Rue des Ecoles, in the Latin Quarter, Paris. Montaigne is one of the greatest French writers, his “Essays” are still studied in literature and philosophy classes. “I speak the truth not so much as I would, but as much as I dare, and I dare a little more as I grow older.”
The shining, Rue de Seine, a street full of galleries that runs between Boulevard Saint-Germain and the River.
To be continued… (Have a great week)