The grand beauty of the German Alps were this German painter’s favorite subject.
Few poets produced more great poetry at an earlier age than John Keats.
“There is an ancient myth in this feature, that of the ‘true language’, the tongue in which there is a thing for each word and a word for each thing, and in which signifier then naturally has power over signified.”
Too hard to choose one: Enjoy four hours of this Finnish composer of the Romantic era.
The title for this painting comes from the refrain of a popular song “Ye Shepherds Tell Me” by Joseph Mazzinghi, a pastoral glee for a trio of male voices, which mentions Flora wearing “A wreath around her head, around her head she wore, / Carnation, lily, lily, rose”.