Reflejos
"Whoever does not move among works of art as if among dangerous animals does not know among what he moves." - Nicolás Gómez Dávila
colourthysoul:

Frank Weston Benson -

The Hilltop 
William H. Gerdts, art historian, wrote of Benson’s work: “Frank Benson painted some of the most beautiful pictures ever executed by an American artist. They are images alive with reflections of youth and optimism, projecting a way of life at once innocent and idealized and yet resonant with a sense of certain, selective realities of contemporary times.”

colourthysoul:

Frank Weston Benson -

The Hilltop

William H. Gerdts, art historian, wrote of Benson’s work: “Frank Benson painted some of the most beautiful pictures ever executed by an American artist. They are images alive with reflections of youth and optimism, projecting a way of life at once innocent and idealized and yet resonant with a sense of certain, selective realities of contemporary times.”

paperimages:

Frank Weston Benson (American, 1862-1951) - Red and Gold - 1915

paperimages:

Frank Weston Benson (American, 1862-1951) - Red and Gold - 1915

Calm Morning, 1904 by Frank Weston Benson (American impressionist, 1862 – 1951)
William H. Gerdts, art historian, wrote of Benson’s work: “Frank Benson painted some of the most beautiful pictures ever executed by an American artist. They are images alive with reflections of youth and optimism, projecting a way of life at once innocent and idealized and yet resonant with a sense of certain, selective realities of contemporary times.” 

Calm Morning, 1904 by Frank Weston Benson (American impressionist, 1862 – 1951)

William H. Gerdts, art historian, wrote of Benson’s work: “Frank Benson painted some of the most beautiful pictures ever executed by an American artist. They are images alive with reflections of youth and optimism, projecting a way of life at once innocent and idealized and yet resonant with a sense of certain, selective realities of contemporary times.”