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CALM MELODIES AND BEAUTIFUL PICTURES Debussy, Milena Stanisic, Piano, Flute, Harp, Flowers, Sailing, Mediterranean, Lavender,
*Abel Korzeniowski - A Thousand Times Goodnight **Francis Danby - The Delivery of Israel out of Egypt (1825) Neden öldüğümü anlamayacaklar Çünkü, güneşler doğar çarşılar üzerine Getirip Develerini yıkmışlar Gümüş çadırlarını kurmuşlar Zencefil satıyorlar hatta Ateş yakıyorlar geceleri Bazen namaz kılıyorlar Sevişiyorlar boş vakitlerinde Çünkü, öldüğümü anlamayacaklar neden Büyüse bile mezarımdan ormanlar Ama Kur'an okuyacaklar Şerbet dağıtacaklar Ve terleyecekler ara sıra Çünkü, beni bilmemişlerdi zaten Ve zencefil satacaklar Ve durmadan ama durmadan çoğalacaklar Kuyuların yanından geçerdik Esmer köyler bırakırdık gerimizde Ve atlar İpekli toplardık unuttum şimdi nerelerden Kokular yağlar biraz yorgunluk Gece oldu mu uyurlardı Karıları vardı bazılarının Bir testiye dokunurdum elimle Öylece sabahı bulurdum Sonra güneşler doğardı çarşılar üzerine Bırakıp gidemezdim o tenteleri Nereye gitsem gelirlerdi arkamdan Nereye gitsem susamak vardı pişmanlık vardı O testiyi özlerdim belki Belki yatağımı arardım Tabanlarım çatlardı kumdan Sıcak üşütürdü beni Hiç bilmeseydim testileri yatakları develeri Çekip giderdim gelmemeye O en eski yalnızlığım çekip gitmiş Gelmez artık Nedendir anlamadım Kendi ülkeme yıldızlar değmez, sular akmaz Yağmur işlemez ağaçlarıma Bırakmaz beni kalabalık Çünkü çarşılardan geçtim Neden öldüğümü anlamayacaklar Doğururken de bilmediler bunu Minareler gösterdiler yalnız, hep elimden tuttular Üstelik üzüldüler benimle oldukça ağladılar Kim bilir nerelerden düştüm Nerelerim kanadı hiç anlamadılar Baksam sevişirler şimdi ve salıncak kurarlar Hatırlamak en büyük düşmanıdır yalnızlığın Ucunda yaşamak var Bütün yolları denedim Akşamları testilere testilere dokundukça Gölgelere sığındıkça gördüm Kur'an okuduklarını Namaz kıldıklarını Gün gelir inanırsın dedi en yaşlıları "Yaşlanınca görürüm seni" Sakalım ağarmamışken öldüm ve ölünce sevindi Zencefil sattı çarşıda Her şeyi unuttum Hiç hatırlamadım Gün geldi hepsi silindi ama Neden öldüğümü anlamadılar Çünkü güneşler doğdu çarşılar üzerine Uzaklardan bir deniz büyüdü uykularına Elleri karılarına değdi, çocukları ağladı birden Kum tanecikleri büyüdü gözlerine kaçtı çünkü Birer birer uyandılar Gecikmiş bir alevle ışıyınca sokaklar Zencefillerini çıkarıp eskitilmiş Bir çarşıya başladılar
Francis Cadell: A collection of 184 works (HD) Description: "Francis Cadell was born in Edinburgh, the son of Francis Cadell FRCSE, a surgeon His childhood home was at 22 Ainslie Place on Edinburgh's prestigious Moray Estate, and was educated at the Edinburgh Academy. His sister was Jean Cadell a well-known actress. From the age of 16 he studied in Paris at the Académie Julian, where he was in contact with the French avant-garde of the day. While in France, his exposure to work by the early Fauvists, and in particular Matisse, proved to be his most lasting influence. After his return to Scotland, he was a regular exhibitor in Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as in London. Cadell was a left-handed painter. While a student, the President of the Royal Scottish Academy tried to stop him painting with his left hand because 'No artist ever became great who did so.' Cadell swiftly replied 'Sir and did not the great Michelangelo paint with his left hand?' The President did not respond and left the room quickly. A fellow student asked Cadell how he had known that Michelangelo was left-handed. Cadell confessed 'I didn't know but nor did the president.' Cadell spent much of his adult life in Scotland and had little direct contact with many of the new ideas that were being developed abroad. He therefore tended to use subjects and environments that were close at hand – landscapes, fashionable Edinburgh New Town house interiors, still life and figures in both oil and watercolour. He is particularly noted for his portraits of glamorous women whom he painted in a loose, impressionistic manner, depicting his subject with vibrant waves of colour. He enjoyed the landscape of Iona enormously, which he first visited in 1912 and features prominently in his work. During the 1920s he spent several summers with Samuel Peploe, another Scottish Colourist, on painting trips to Iona, and was also friends with the Scottish architect Reginald Fairlie. During World War I he served in the 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the 9th Royal Scots regiments. He lived at 6 and 22 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh from 1920-1932. During this time he befriended Reginald Fairlie who lived at 7 Ainslie Place and they remained friends thereafter. He then lived at 30 Regent Terrace from 1932-1935 where he found it more and more difficult to sell his paintings because of the economic climate. He finally moved to 4 Warriston Crescent where he died in poverty on 6 December 1937. Two of his paintings were offered for over £500,000 in 2009. Cadell's Estate is represented by Portland Gallery, London." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: LearnFromMasters01@gmail.com SUPPORT MY WORK AT: https://www.patreon.com/LearnFromMasters LIST OF ARTISTS already posted on LearnFromMasters: https://goo.gl/hri4HE --- Thank you so much for your support! #LearnFromMasters #ScottishPainter #FrancisCadell #OnlineArtGallery #CollectionOfPaintings #ArtHistory #TASCHEN
This song is very similar to "A Small Measure of Peace," but I think it's so good in its own right that I decided to upload it as well. It has a much more tranquil feeling in the beginning.
Discover a purple night-sky scene with mountain overlooking a little falling river -- Bob Ross creates a spectacular masterpiece today. Season 6 of The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross features the following wonderful painting instructions: Blue River, Nature's Edge, Morning Mist, Whispering Stream, Secluded Forest, Snow Trail, Arctic Beauty, Horizons West, High Chateau, Country Life, Western Expanse, Marshlands, and Blaze of Color. Subscribe to the official Bob Ross YouTube channel - http://bit.ly/BobRossSubscribe Season 6 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAEQD0ULngi5UR35RJsvL0Xvlm3oeY4Ma
Francis Danby: A collection of 119 works (HD)
Description: "The Irish born artist Francis Danby is considered to have been the leading painter of the Bristol School of artists during the Romantic period. Francis Danby had settled in Bristol in 1813 and over the next eleven years established himself as the finest landscape painter in the vicinity. During most of this time he painted in watercolours and it was only around 1818-19 that his work in oils began to emerge, his first major oil painting being exhibited in London at the British Institution in 1820 (The Upas Tree). By 1824 Francis Danby was heavily in debt and he fled the city of Bristol in secrecy, moving to the capital in the hope of fame and fortune. It was upon exhibition of his painting of Sunset at Sea after a Storm at the Royal Academy in 1824 that Francis Danby first rose to prominence in the London art scene. Regarded by Richard Redgrave as the “work that made the painter’s reputation” Sunset at Sea after a Storm was purchased to much fanfare at the exhibition by the President of the Royal Academy, Sir Thomas Lawrence. Here was a romantic seascape, which displayed that sublime depiction of limitless scale which John Martin had been using to such public acclaim. John Martin had already declared his opposition to the Royal Academy, but now the Academy appeared to have found its answer to John Martin’s spectacular triumphs through the art of Francis Danby.
Unfortunately, Francis Danby was plagued by financial and marital problems throughout his life and although he rose to considerable fame through his paintings emulating the style of John Martin, he fled England for Europe in late 1829 as a result of the breakdown of his marriage and continued debt. Although he returned to England around a decade later he never re-established the fame which he had attained during the 1820’s. In recent times Francis Danby’s work has been re-appraised and he is now acknowledged for his remarkable ability as a landscape artist rather than just for the few dramatic oils paintings through which he first rose to fame."
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