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Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878

Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878

Charles-François Daubigny - Paysage avec Personnages au Printemps, La Bonneville

Charles-François Daubigny - Paysage avec Personnages au Printemps, La Bonneville

Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878)

Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878)

This is a new piece of art for a Car show flier I am putting together. My friend and I are sponsoring part of the event. The show will have muscle cars, motorcycles and hot rods at the show. I did ...

This is a new piece of art for a Car show flier I am putting together. My friend and I are sponsoring part of the event. The show will have muscle cars, motorcycles and hot rods at the show. I did ...

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Bonneville’, 1808–9 - Watercolour on paper -  Dimensions Support: 277 x 394 mm -  © The British Museum

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Bonneville’, 1808–9 - Watercolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 277 x 394 mm - © The British Museum

Jack Vettriano=Jack Vettriano OBE born Jack Hoggan, is a Scottish painter. His 1992 painting, The Singing Butler, became a best selling image in Britain. Born: November 17, 1951 (age 61), Methil, Fife, United Kingdom Period: Contemporary art Education: University of St Andrews Artwork: Bluebird at Bonneville, After The Thrill Is Gone, More

Jack Vettriano=Jack Vettriano OBE born Jack Hoggan, is a Scottish painter. His 1992 painting, The Singing Butler, became a best selling image in Britain. Born: November 17, 1951 (age 61), Methil, Fife, United Kingdom Period: Contemporary art Education: University of St Andrews Artwork: Bluebird at Bonneville, After The Thrill Is Gone, More

Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878)

Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878)

“When the hurricane came howling through the woods, the old tree shivered in the gale, and mourned as it heard the cracking of its boughs, yet now it is thankful because the sound healthy branches with sap and life in them are all there, and the withered ones no longer encumber the trunk.” – Charles Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon on the Pruning of God

“When the hurricane came howling through the woods, the old tree shivered in the gale, and mourned as it heard the cracking of its boughs, yet now it is thankful because the sound healthy branches with sap and life in them are all there, and the withered ones no longer encumber the trunk.” – Charles Spurgeon

Ivan Shishkin (1832-1898): Forest from the mountain, 1895

Ivan Shishkin (1832-1898): Forest from the mountain, 1895

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