I know roses are beautiful:
colors so bright, petals so lush,
delicate, and easy to lose,
exciting rush when they first bloom...
I know they can’t last forever,
just like hot passion and young love,
however, that couldn’t be us -
Oh Honey, don’t say that was Us...
For my feelings grew like tall trees,
a forest I crave to run through,
across green leaves or ones that crunch,
so quickly the wind lifts my feet,
until the peak of light blinds me
only to see just You and Me...
Oh Honey, I beg you listen,
my heart is a forest of Love,
No not Used to Be. No not Was.
My heart Is a forest of Love,
Before You, I was barren land,
after the tornado of loss
kissed the ground like cruel death to skin,
decimating gardens I grew,
punishment for my greatest sin,
too blinded to see past my doom,
Uprooting all of my flowers,
drowning in sorrow, weighed with can’t…
Then like the sprinkle of soft rain -
You came in, forced on your own knees
crying out with a voiceless plea,
helpless to stand up - just like me -
eyes to the sky, backs to the ground,
Here I am world, come wash me out!
But then when your eyes spied my own,
You decided I couldn’t fade -
No longer was my heart alone,
and the rain washed the pain away,
Eyes to the sky, feet off the ground,
watching streaks of grey turn to blue,
as warm golden sunshine poured in,
my field turned into a forest,
shimmering from fresh morning dew,
where you could just throw up your hands
and reach for the peaks of your dreams,
grab each branch, discover new highs,
until you could jump from the top,
falling into weightless flight,
And You were all that I could see,
For my heart is not a garden,
My heart is a forest of dreams,
Planted from hopes of You and me
Always and Always, You and Me.
Alfred Sisley was born October 30, 1839 in Paris, his father was a British merchant William Sisley (Sisley). In 1857, his parents sent Alfred to London to study Commerce, but the young man preferred to paint and in 1862 returned to Paris. On his return, he entered the Studio of Charles Glair, where he became close to Claude Monet, Camille Pissaro, Auguste Renoir and Frederick Basil. Sisley was most influenced as an artist by the British masters William Turner, John constable and Richard parks Bonington, as well as the French Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet and Eugene Boudin.
1866 Sisley married Marie Eugenie Lekotek from this marriage two children were born.
Sisley's student works have not survived. The early period of creativity is characterized by harmonious and airy landscapes that make the artist with other Impressionists. In the early 70s of the XIX century, after the Franco-Prussian war, with his family settled in Voisin, near the town of Louveciennes, West of Paris. Since the mid-1880s, he was strongly influenced by C. Monet, in his manner began to strengthen decorative elements, he begins to work with chromatic, shimmering colors, leading to a sense of dematerialization of objects in his compositions. Landscapes Sisley, marked by subtle lyricism and sustained in a fresh and restrained light range, transmitting the true atmosphere of the Ile-de-France, keep a special transparency and softness of natural phenomena of all seasons. Sisley never sought unusual effects, used a simple composition and limited color scheme.
Sisley died on 29 January 1899 in poverty and obscurity in Moret-sur-Louin, near Fontainebleau, of rheumatism and throat cancer, only a few months after his wife. #great_impressionists#impressionism
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Oscar Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840 in Paris. He was the second child of the grocer Claude Auguste Monet and Louise Justine. When the boy was five years old, the family moved to Normandy, in Le Havre.
His father wanted Claude to become a grocer and continue the family business. Monet's youth, as he himself noted afterwards, was essentially that of a Vagabond. He spent more time in the water and on the rocks than he did in class. School had always seemed like a prison to his undisciplined nature. He amused himself by painting the blue covers of his notebooks, and used them for portraits of his teachers, made in a very irreverent, caricatured manner, and in this amusement he soon attained perfection.
Monet announced to his father that he wanted to become an artist and go to study in Paris. Monet's father was not strongly opposed to this idea, especially since Madame Lecadre, Monet's aunt in Le Havre, painted a little herself and allowed her nephew to work in her Studio in his spare time.
Monet went to University to study art, but quickly became disillusioned with the prevailing approach to painting. After leaving school, he soon entered the Studio of painting, which was organized by Charles Glair. In the Studio he met artists such as Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley and Frederic Basil.
Fame brought Monet's portrait of Camille Danse, written in 1866 ("Camille, or the portrait of a lady in a green dress"). Camilla June 28, 1870 became the wife of the artist. They had two sons, Jean (1867) and Michel (17 March 1878).
From December 1871 to 1878, Monet lived in Argenteuil, a village on the right Bank of the river Seine near Paris, popular for Sunday walks by Parisians, where he wrote some of his most famous works. He returned briefly to the Netherlands in 1874.
In 1880 - 1881 he was approached by Durand Ruel, with a proposal to constantly engage in the purchase and sale of his works, after which the case of Monet rapidly went uphill.
In 1883 he bought a house in Giverny where he lived the rest of his life. #great_impressionists#impressionism
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OIL ON CANVAS by erin hanson
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