Lovers-Kandinsky
Art Lovers in Paris
KinRome
Loving art is loving Rome

AAM

Comments from Arthur Blumenthal's Student:

  • "Just a note to express to you my sheer pleasure for your inspiring class ... I have been awed and changed by it! Not only do I "see" art in a richer, fuller way, but the class allowed me to validate my own impressions. Having to verbally express my reaction to a work of art engaged all my sensibilities. Thank you for transporting me from a viewer to one who "owns" Massimo Stanzione's painting of "Rest on the Flight into Egypt." You taught me to go beyond seeing to "entering" (internalizing) a masterpiece and experiencing its energy and deeper dimensions."
AinLouvre
Arthur in the Louvre

A PURYEAR SCULPTURE DAZZLES KÄREN

ARTHUR CELEBRATES THE MoMA'S PURYEAR SHOW

FRANCESCO DE MURA

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ART AND BEAUTY

  • "For they (art and beauty) are not the thing itself; they are only the scent of a flower we have not found, the echo of a tune we have not heard, news from a country we have never visited." C. S. Lewis
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George Elkins

Sounds like you are taking Elizabeth Gilbert's first step which was to Rome to study the art of pleasure that only Rome can do so well...and of course through the medium of food. We will have our new restaurant CENTRO VINOTECA open soon where you can savor some of Italy's best. Our shared love of food only deepens our love for each other...a gift I am grateful for always in my friendship and realtionship with you and Arthur. Profound thanks for sharing your journey... your insights are so alive in your words and touched me deeply.

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