The Alpstein massif don’t even come close to rivaling the stature of the Alps’ more snow-covered and soaring landforms, but that doesn’t make this alpine subgroup less worthy of your ogles and awes.
Death affects everyone differently, and that truism might be most pronounced when comparing the works of a handful of artists–or even within a single one. Painted three years after his father’s own death, artist Andrew Wyeth shared his new, harshly muted, and ominously desolate worldview to the masses with “Christina’s World”. The work represented a marked shift in style for the painter, as if to suggest that the stable foundations for which he and polio-stricken subject Anna Christina Olson so desire are in reality unattainable.
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This 91-year-old shoemaker has lived in Brooklyn since 1923. In that time period, he’s met all sorts of “soles” and has many wonderful stories to regale. Here’s a snippet.