Eating seashells by the seashore, on Beverly Blvd; restaurant delish, perimeter to be desired.
Less is more.
Farnsworth House by Mies Van der Rohe
Designed and built for Dr Edith Brooks Farnsworth
And then, I fell in louvre.
As an artist, this was the apex; the zenith. This grand, classically beautiful, and richly substantial architecture, was packed with centuries of earnest passion. I am mesmerized standing in a space where ages of expression are represented in forms of sculpture, and paint. Just look at that detail! Inspiration accepted.
1-Inside the Louvre
2-Artémis, known as the ‘Diana of Gabii’, goddess of the hunt, marble. (Antiquités / Gréce / 500–30 av. J.-C.
3-View of the room
4-Toes of the guard holding up the columns in the room
5-Ceiling of the wing
6-Looking out window
7-Detail of face (Les Quatre Docteurs de l’Elise (Pier Francesco, 1485–1528)
8-Epic Monna Lisa
9-La Vérité (The Truth), 1870 (Jules Lefebvre, 1834–1912) - @Musée d’Orsay
10-Clock (top floor) @Musée d’Orsay
The gears, and lights that bring what was once never wanted, to life! Also, a view from the top, and a friendly mallard that saw us out.