Month of Art: Day 15 Lodestone (?)

Form to the sculptor is all and yet it is nothing. It is nothing without the spirit; with the idea it is everything. -Victor Hugo I came across this art piece yesterday while perusing Musetouch.net. Having featured a lot of paintings, a change of pace was needed to show the depth and volume art allows us.Continue reading ” Month of Art: Day 15 Lodestone (?)”

  Month of Art: Day 10 Kiss by the Piano, ?

Though this is one of my favorite paintings, I know nothing about who made it or even the company involved. My mother told me about it . She explained to me that when she was younger she had this painting on her wall in her room, having found it in an advertisement for . .Continue reading ”  Month of Art: Day 10 Kiss by the Piano, ?”

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Released into theaters June 21, 1996 by Walt Disney Studios as its 34th full length animated picture, critics, scholars and historians received The Hunchback of Notre Dame with mixed reviews. The largest obstacle that its multiple writers and directors Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale faced was its predecessor. The original novel written by Victor Hugo {Who you will discover is oneContinue reading “The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)”