Categories Uncategorized What I love is blue What I love about you is blue. Post author By Morzano Post date February 28, 2020 No Comments on What I love is blue My dear bluest blue, 1231. A finger ring from Rome, made of glass and made in 1st – 2nd century A.D.2. Glass bowl and colorless bands, from the Greek, 1st century A.D.3. Egyptian Scarab, from the Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III in 1479-1468 B.C. Found in an excavation in 1992.All from The Met Museum. La Mer by Georges Shreiber Georges, from the Met. Last summer in Monterey, California 1231. Pablo Picasso’s painting titled “Evocation”2. Marie Laurencin’s 1923 painting titled “Jeannot Salmon”3. Hans Holebin the Younger’s painting titled “Hermann von Wedigh III (died 1560)“.Made in 1532.All images are from The Met. Nu devant la mer by Raoul Dufy “Naked before the sea”, from The Met’s collection “Trace” by Insook Hong, 1961, from the Met “Capri” by Henry Brockman.Between 1910-1912.From the Met. And my lovely sister, Bryana Share Me: Weather to vaccinate, or not.February 28, 2020In "anti-vaxxer"Daniel Coyle on The Talent Code: Greatness isn't born, it's grown.February 17, 2020In "Daniel Coyle"The Great Mathematician Paul Erdős on Possessions and CoffeeDecember 10, 2019In "coffee" Tags 1479-1468, 1st century A.D., art, blue, Bryana Morales, Capri, Egyptian Scarab, Evocation, finger ring, George Shreiber Georges, Greek, Hans Holebin the Younger, Hatshepsut, Henry Brockman, Hermann von Wedigh III, Insook Hong, Jeannot Salmon, La Mer, Marie Laurencin, Monterey, Nu devant la mer, Pablo Picasso, Raoul Dufy, Rome, The Met, Thutmose III, Trace ← Weather to vaccinate, or not. → Yordi As Seen By Yordi: #1 in an interview series Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.