Despite the obvious, literary, palpable character of its subject matter, still life isn’t as unidimensional as it might seem. This genre touches on the key questions of human existence, which is especially evident in the French variant of the term “nature morte” or “dead nature.” Daniel Mosher Long is the Gold Artist of the ArtAscent […]
Introducing the selected Still Life artists of image and word
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Polish Eagle I remember early mornings and the smell of coffee mixed with bacon and cigarettes. I used to eat my cereal at his old Formica table and I was the smallest, so I had to squeeze in and sit with my back against the wall… The world of things is so ubiquitous in books […]
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