Another Tuesday, another bed…
Bed With Mosquito Nets / Lit avec filet pour moustiques by Pablo Picasso (1906)
Many of us were exposed to art very early via children’s books. I will always love Beatrix Potter’s illustrations. If you’d like to read the Tailor of Gloucester, it is in public domain.
Simpkin At The Tailor’s Bedside by Beatrix Potter (1902)
June’s theme is beds.
I must be tired because my theme for June is bed.
Vincent’s Bedroom In Arles by Vincent van Gogh (1889)
It’s interesting. Many paintings of beds are a good excuse for a nude or lovers or something. I picked images that were mostly bed.
I’ve brought home some odd souvenirs but nothing quite like this.
Souvenirs From Travel / Souvenir de voyage by Rene Magritte (1962 – 1963)
I ran across this piece today
Fire! Fire! (Al Fuoco, Al Fuoco) by Enrico Baj (1964)
And all I could think was how well he would work on Beavis & Butthead:
I feel like this one is sort of scandalous with a kiss on the street!
The Traveller by James Tissot (1883 – 1885)