Aerial Views Of Beaches In Art And Illustration

Züruckgekehrte Kähne, 1919, German Expressionist painter Hermann Max Pechstein (1881-1955)
Martin Bloch (British, 1883-1954) – Val di Sogno (Dream Valley) n.d. oil on paper laid canvas
‘Mount’s Bay, Cornwall.’ (1920) James Gunn
Russian Children Book Children’s and school years Lenin Moskow 1984
Felix Vallotton high angle view of beach
Fish Houses, Natashquan, c.1930 Edwin Holgate
Washerwomen at Etretat (Women Drying Laundry on the Beach), 1899
Félix Édouard Vallotton (Swiss-French painter) 1865-1925 ´Low Tide at Villerville’
‘Tangiers.’ (1919) John Lavery
Maxime Maufra (French painter) 1861-1918 Calme d’été, Baie de Douarnenez, 1899
Laura Knight. The Cruel Sea, 1967
Paul Gauguin – La Plage au Pouldu (Beach at Le Pouldu), 1889. Oil on canvas
Félix Vallotton – Sunset, Villerville (Coucher de soleil, Villerville), 1917
White Sands, Iona.’ Francis Cadell c1912
‘The Golf Course, North Berwick.’ John Lavery
Edna Eicke (1919-1979) The New Yorker cover April 2, 1949
Edna Eicke (American illustrator) 1919 – 1979 Selling Real Estate by the Beach, ca. 1946-49
Arthur Streeton (Australian, 1867–1943)
Arthur James Wetherall Burgess, oil on canvas, before 1957, Gower Coast for British Railways
Peder Severin Kroyer (Danish painter) 1851-1909 On the South beach of Skagen
JMW Turner (British painter) 1775-1851
Woman’s World Magazine July 1933
Walter Richard Sickert (British, 1860-1942) Bathers at Dieppe, c.1902
Newquay on the Cornish Coast British Railways 1948 by Arthur Harry Riley (1895-1966)

On paper, things look fine. Sam Dennon recently inherited significant wealth from his uncle. As a respected architect, Sam spends his days thinking about the family needs and rich lives of his clients. But privately? Even his enduring love of amateur astronomy is on the wane. Sam has built a sustainable-architecture display home for himself but hasn’t yet moved into it, preferring to sleep in his cocoon of a campervan. Although they never announced it publicly, Sam’s wife and business partner ended their marriage years ago due to lack of intimacy, leaving Sam with the sense he is irreparably broken.

Now his beloved uncle has died. An intensifying fear manifests as health anxiety, with night terrors from a half-remembered early childhood event. To assuage the loneliness, Sam embarks on a Personal Happiness Project:

1. Get a pet dog

2. Find a friend. Just one. Not too intense.




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