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Thomas Edwin-Church:_Heart_of_the_Andes 1858

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This fabulous painting came up as my background this morning when I logged on and I had to share with everyone. It is a composite made from all his travels in South America. Lots more info on Wiki
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Thanks Bill and Pat. Glad you liked it.


What Gayle said. You can almost see Peru! Thanks, Tim!


Thanks, Tim!

Thanks Patsy. Glad you like it.
Hi Gayle. Composites from the artists memory are usually more interesting because of those things the artists "throw" in. I usually end up doing some puzzles just so I can zoom in on something that can't quite be seen in the thumbnail shot. I think of some of those 1500's paintings by ? the elder, where the whole village is celebrating and there's gymnasts and drunks and dogs and dancing people and people with masks. Loads of fun.


Thanks, Tim! I just love being able to zoom in on the details from the loved ones visiting a burial plot, to the plants in detail, smaller thin falls, and the village across the river. There's so much to see that you don't realize are there at first glance.

Gorgeous picture

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