Sunday, November 20, 2011

1893 Chicago Worlds Fair

Two paintings in the Art Palace. "The Falconer" was by Eugene Fromentin and "The Empty Saddle" was painted by S. E. Waller, of London.

The painting by Rosa Bonheur, which was exhibited in the French section of the Art Palace. It is called "Cows and Sheep in a Narrow Road." What a vivid imagination. I wonder how effective the Shepard was with the sapling?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Probably as effective as a taxpayer whipping the "super" committee into providing a meaningful debt reduction plan today.