Twenty | 16 April 2010

Art & Literature, Other, Twenty — By on April 16, 2010 at 3:44 pm

Twenty is a collection of apparently disparate images that have been thoughtfully selected to complement a great work of art (displayed first in the collection below).  Today’s featured image is Young Woman with a Water Pitcher by Vermeer.

Every individual image may be contemplated in conjunction with the original one (as a diptych), by itself (as a distinct work of art), or the collection may be experienced as a single unit (as a visual poem, story, or piece of music – pick your metaphor).  All images link to their source and are either public domain or copyright that source.  Any image that is not so linked is my own.


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  • David Gross

    Ahh. My favorite “20″ so far. Thinking about it and looking out the window past the tulips toward Pedro Pt.

  • David Gross

    Ahh. My favorite “20″ so far. Thinking about it and looking out the window past the tulips toward Pedro Pt.

  • Sheida Catalan

    Thank you for your work, Peter. I enjoyed the selection. The idea of painting darkness to reveal light is quite interesting and evident in most of th works. You have an eye for connectivity within the pieces.
    Sheida

  • Sheida Catalan

    Thank you for your work, Peter. I enjoyed the selection. The idea of painting darkness to reveal light is quite interesting and evident in most of th works. You have an eye for connectivity within the pieces.
    Sheida

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