Thursday, November 22, 2007

British vision


Yesterday, we went to Ghent for the "British vision" exposition. Not possible to take pictures in there, but here you can catch a glimpse of the book I bought about Alma-Tadema, a Dutch painter, who lived in London during his successful career.
I was very happy to see a few watercolours by Turner, one of my favourite painters.

5 comments:

Natalie said...

It's our day of thanks over here, and I just popped-in to share my gratitude with you: Thank you for the Cats & Quilts and happy reflections!

pussman said...

are you happy with your book?
Are we going out tonight?

The Old Painted Cottage said...

Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog. Hope you had a nice holiday!

oxox
Jennifer

lotusgreen said...

it looks like it was a great exhibition

JorisDR said...

Indeed British Vision was grand,
and indeed turner's work was impressive.