Yousuf Karsh at the Met
This is an outstanding collection of photographs by Yousuf Karsh.
The collection contains a
literal who's who of the 20th century artists, e.g., Miro, Calder, Ernst, Adams,
Natalie Shau posted this truly amazing, surreal, Pre-Raphaelite-esque
photo of Alexandra Mazzanti and her son on FB last week. She also
has some very nice artworks since I last blogged her.
Alexandra Mazzanti (Dorothy Circus Gallery) with son
Late Night Alumni - Empty Streets
I heard this trance-like music as background on a fascinating FB video
Mimi Yoon. I wish FB would make it easier to link to FB links
externally (like from my friggin' blog!!!).
Photographs, Manuscripts, and Imprints via
There are some excellent images in this digital archive from SMU. I think
I'm in love with Kaw-u-tz. On the War Path looks staged, but it is
still a remarkable image with the teepees, moon and clouds.
Finally, it's always nice to check out the cowgirls.
Kaw-u-tz (Cado) (1906)
On The War Path (1909)
State of Texas (ca. 1913)
I found this great image of forever popular Louise Brooks last week while looking for
something completely different. It's an amazing image, no?
I'm not sure who the original source is for this image, but there are
her images now on Google, a lot more than there used to be, which is
great for us Lulu fans.
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of the Gods
This was the first nudie film made in 1916 with a major star
Kellerman. Unfortunately, the silent film has been lost.
It must have been quite the sensation to see it with a full orchestra