Friday, October 21, 2016

Postcards for the Weekend – Reflections on Water

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PT-443736 (from Portugal, 2015)
Claude Monet: London, Parliament with the Sun Breaking through Fog

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RU-3109703 (from Russia, 2014)
Nika Goltz: “Denmark – Copenhagen, colored paper, pastel, 1988.”

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TW-1298375 (from Taiwan, 2014)
Kaii Higashiyama (Japanese artist, 1908-1999)

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RU-4453799 (from Russia, 2016)
Watercolour by Danevich G.
St Petersburg, The Palace Square.

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RU-4553642 (from Russia, 2016)
Nevsky Prospekt near the Municipal Duma
(artist unknown to me)

I chose these painted reflections postcards because I knew where I had those… I’m sure I must have several photo reflection ones as well, but they’re not easily “findable” just now! (This Postcards for the Weekend meme is certainly giving me a lot to think about when it comes to the best way of organizing one’s postcard collection…)

 

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PS. Please Note: Two posts today (Weekend Postcards + Friday My Town)

11 comments:

  1. Sure enough, they all have reflections! I love each and every one, and for a change I have no favorites. Each one is so beautiful! The Denmark one is very moody and almost spooky.

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  2. Beautiful artworks! Thanks for sharing Monica. And same for me, I'm also improving my postcards organization because of our weekend meme.

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  3. Beautiful cards! I think the Monet is my favourite, but they are all lovely.

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  4. All are beautiful. Monet is my favourite too, I like his artworks a lot!

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  5. A pleasure to see these works. Higashiyama's has impressed me.

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  6. Ah the finding of elusive cards, sometimes I think they hide! I enjoyed all the ones you show, the watercolour rainbow lighting up the square is lovely and am fascinated by the Higashiyama.

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  7. Beautiful paintings...I espacially love the one showing Copenhagen!

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  8. you must have quite the collection of postcards by now. these are all really pretty. you know I like reflections

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  9. It never ceases to amaze me how many ways there are to interpret reflections in art.

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  10. Thanks Everyone for your reflective comments :)

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  11. Love these cards...very pretty.
    Hope you find a way soon to make your card collection "findable".

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