Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). The Dance Class, 1874. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mrs. Harry Payne Bingham, 1986 (1987.47.1) #dance #Degas | When this work and its variant in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, were painted in the mid-1870s, they constituted Degas's most ambitious figural compositions except for history paintings.
Single people want relationships, settled people wonder if they're missing out on something, traveling types miss stability, stable ones are restless, old friends want new friends, new friends miss old friends... The doubt is natural, and everyone you know -- yes, even that person -- carries it sometimes too. Allow yourself to be peaceful. Allow yourself satisfaction in what you have. If you really don't like it, allow yourself permission to make changes.
The latest exhibition of Peter Hawkins is a series of paintings on doors. The work of the painter can be seen in The Outsiders Gallery in London from 26 April . "The doors contain many meanings and not just transitive points in our lives . They have an inherent sense of nostalgia. As a children's writer CS Lewis well knew , is persuasive suggestion of what might be behind them , "said the artist.