Sunday, May 21, 2017

T R E E S . . . in art

a 1902 German carpet, hand colored photograph for a sales catalog, beautiful tree
a 1902 German carpet
      
T  R  E  E  S . . .  i n   a r t
     
the Baobab "tree of life", 1849 Africa illustration
the Baobab "tree of life", 1849 Africa
     
T  R  E  E  S
      
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Jacob George Strutt 1824, a tree as a home
a tree as a home . . . Jacob George Strutt, 1824
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
a James R. Bingham illustration, tree is part of the family
the tree as family member . . . a James R. Bingham illustration
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1904 estate garden tree, color painting
a 1904 tree in the service of an estate . . . nobody loves you Jeeves
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
an old wild tree, 1890
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Hede Jahn, a civilized tree
a civilized tree by Hede Jahn
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1883 garden tree illustration, garden pine
an 1883 garden tree
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
giant 1884 garden tree, color illustration, garden pine
an 1884 garden tree
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1915 Panama Exposition, photograph
a glamor tree at the 1915 Panama Exposition
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1913 privilaged trees, fancy trees photograph
two more stylish sophisticates in a 1913 garden
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1939 tree relocation, color illustration
an alarmed and concerned tree in 1939
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Walter Joseph Phillips tree
Walter Joseph Phillips
    
T  R  E  E  S
   
old tree stump photograph
GL
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1955 tree illustration, wood on wood, tree on wood
1955
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1888 silver maple tree illustration
a self-important tree in 1888
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Giant American Elm, hand colored photograph, unusual tinted photograph
a happy 1921 American elm
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
1700s topiary illustration
a humiliated tree, 1700s
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
an 1839 topiary treehouse illustration
an 1839 topiary treehouse . . . those who are rooted must resign to their fate
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Jacob George Strutt 1826
Jacob George Strutt, 1826  see full size
    
T  R  E  E  S
   
Coffee Tree restaurant photograph
the Coffee Tree restaurant, 1980
    
T  R  E  E  S
   
Eyvind Earle, sleeping tree, giant tree
a sleeping tree by Eyvind Earle
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Ciafferi illustration
a tree as an entity by Ciafferi  click image twice for full size
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Cicely Mary Barker, tree elf girl
a Cicely Mary Barker illustration
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
Cicely Mary Barker, tree elf boy
Cicely Mary Barker
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
an AH Hallam Murray book illustration, exotic tree
an AH Hallam Murray book illustration
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
EA Verpilleux, Robinson Crusoe 1931, man against tree
a tree as an adversary by EA Verpilleux, 1931
    
T  R  E  E  S
    
an inconsequential tree in 1955, bulldozer kills tree
an inconsequential tree in 1955
      
T  R  E  E  S
      
Hannes Bok 1946, curse
 a tree as a curse by illustrator Hannes Bok
      
T  R  E  E  S
       
Walter J. Phillips, Canadian art
 a tree as a landmark, by Walter J. Phillips   click image twice for full size
           
    
I was having lunch with my drummer in a Canadian-Chinese restaurant in 1975.
 A waiter led us through the huge empty dining area, across a pond bridge, to a table away
from sight. We were two looong-haired freak musicians in a square working class town.
From a near distance two middle-aged town ladies kept staring and sneering at
Dave's hard prison-tattood arms and four-inch fire engine red platform shoes.
I whipped around and grinned back through a long mustache, and one lady's
hilarious eyes spun in opposite directions from surprise. Dave lived too hard to
ever grow old so he left us in the 1980s, but my song here is for those shoes.
     
    
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