At the Clark Institute
photos on this page by Mark J. Fisher
August 24, 2003
zooming in on the image above. . .
the painting (left) close-up
and the face of the statue
there were three, I think, Portraits by Toulouse Lautrec
here's one . . . her name was . . .
The Turner exhibit was very Turner;
they would not allow us to photograph the exhibit
I upload here selected images of Turner's late seascapes which I found on the internet and were part of the Clark show.
The whole exhibit centered around Turner's 1840 masterpiece, "Rocket and Blue Lights" which was newly restored. This image was the brilliant fulcrum to all the other paintings. The image I have reprinted here below is from the Tate's archives, and is before the restoration.
Sunrise with Sea Monsters circa 1845
(left) closeup of brush strokes
& sea monster's face
I will continue to upload images of the paintings which were included in the late seascapes of Turner exhibit . . . Let's move on to MASS MOCA . . .
M-C at Mass MOCA
photos by Mark Fisher
and occasionally fiddled with by M-C
Mass MOCA (left) and the photographer
mark j. fisher (below) in our hotel room
actually it's another hotel room from another trip to New York City after 9/11 in 2001 but I include it here because . . .