Yes, of course any season is The Food Season. Or at least, if you’re a tiny bit to awesomely deep into food, from cooking to eating. You are? Oh good, then I’d like to point you towards a series of interesting online events.
The painting is by Pissarro and shows a woman bringing in sheep. Her home may be one of the small red and white buildings in the back. The sheep or lambs, may end up next door. Continue reading
Last year, Canadian walkers discovered an interesting object along the shore of a lake in British Columbia. The object was so interesting, they contacted an archaeologist. Soon, more archaeologists and experts studied the fascinating discovery.
The UK’s Guardian reports, a painting which was stolen – and not even missed by its museum – has been returned! It is a copy of the world’s most expensive painting. Don’t know about you, but even if I had a very bad copy of a Leonardo painting, I’d miss it!
German Police told media early this morning, another suspect linked to the spectacular Green Vault Heist was arrested. They are still looking for his twin brother.
A day later: German police raid various addresses over the Canadian Gold Coin theft.
If you kept track of developments and read reports, you know members of the same gang that robbed Dresden’s Green Vault, were involved in the theft from Berlin’s Bode Museum.
It helps if you like dogs; or like a lark. For the photos exhibited in “Being Human” show dogs pretending to be … you, your friends, acquaintance and other human beings.
The good news: museums and other cultural venues are re-opening; though not immediately. They were forced to close when the second COVID19-wave seemed to run out of control.
After Delft’s botanical garden, we made sure we paid Leiden’s Hortus Botanicus a visit too. Of course, our visit took place before it and Dutch museums had to close for a second time.
In between lock-downs and museums being forced to close again, I did manage to visit a few. One exhibition was about “The Bomb”.
European media published a story on art crime, first reported by the German Die Zeit today. Art in Berlin museums is under attack. Some journalists think the attacks may be linked to a new “Attila the Hun”.