Wednesday, 13 August 2008


I got a new painting from my friend Margret Greenman today - on loan. She thinks it's a failure, but I like it because it's of a house in Murnau, the town where the painters,
Gabriele Münter and Wassily Kandinsky (or Dan Kinski as my boyfriend calls him) lived together for a while, in a house just like this one in the picture (from Wikipedia).

It must have been a domestic and intense period, because many paintings exist of that time. He probably got restles...and left. She painted a lot of little pictures, like this (Galerie Neher, Artfacts)

Now, Margret's painting is in one of the rooms of my flat.

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