Monthly Archives: November 2013

Albert Henry Krehbiel

The artist for today – Albert Henry Krehbiel – was born 25 November 1873 in Denmark, Iowa and died in 1945. He is generally known as an American impressionist, but as you can see his work is not typical. Krehbiel … Continue reading

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“Summer Landscape” (c. 1939) — Albert Henry Krehbiel

“Summer Landscape” (c. 1939) — Albert Henry Krehbiel http://tinyurl.com/n46yf7s

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“Traffic at the Link Bridge, Michigan Avenue” — Albert Henry Krehbiel

“Traffic at the Link Bridge, Michigan Avenue” — Albert Henry Krehbiel http://tinyurl.com/n46yf7s

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“Landscape 1928” — Albert Henry Krehbiel

“Landscape 1928” — Albert Henry Krehbiel http://tinyurl.com/n46yf7s

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Lope de Vega

Lope de Vega (25 November 1562-1635) …an unexplainable force of nature. He is considered one of Spain’s greatest writers and he wrote 3,000 sonnets, 3 novels, 4 novellas, 9 epic poems, and about 1,800 plays. That’s not a misprint: 1,800 … Continue reading

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Joseph Wood Krutch

Joseph Wood Krutch (25 November 1893-1970). I read many of his books about nature long before I knew that in his earlier life he was a literary and theater critic. http://tinyurl.com/mu3pthm

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Virgil Thomson

When you hear of “American classical” music, Virgil Thomson’s name usually is mentioned. (1896-1989) http://tinyurl.com/6y84vd

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