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About celeste teal

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    Book browsing, sometimes book reading, walking, cuddling dogs...I might take up baking
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  1. celeste teal

    The Art of Reading

    Leitura (Reading) - Jose Ferraz de Almeida Júnior (1892)
  2. I have many, but I think these are probably the ones I'm looking forward to the most: Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown https://www.amazon.com/Rubyfruit-Jungle-Rita-Mae-Brown/dp/1101965126/ When Women Were Warriors: Book III A Hero's Tale by Catherine M Wilson https://www.amazon.com/When-Women-Were-Warriors-Book-ebook/dp/B001MBUDNU The Feminist Utopia Project: Fifty-Seven Visions of a Wildly by Alexandra Brodsky https://www.amazon.com/Feminist-Utopia-Project-Fifty-Seven-Visions/dp/1558619003 A Woman's Worth by Marianne Williamson https://www.amazon.com/Womans-Worth-Marianne-Williamson/dp/0345386574 The Art Instinct: Beauty, Pleasure and Human Evolution by Denis Dutton https://www.amazon.com/Art-Instinct-Beauty-Pleasure-Evolution/dp/1608190552 All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr https://www.amazon.com/All-Light-We-Cannot-See/dp/1501173219 Gertrude Bell: Queen of the Desert, Shaper of Nations by Georgina Howell https://www.amazon.com/Gertrude-Bell-Desert-Shaper-Nations/dp/0374531358 Women and Economics by Charlotte Perkins Gilman https://www.amazon.com/Economics-Charlotte-Perkins-Unabridged-Original/dp/1548729205/
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    The Art of Reading

    Reading with a green umbrella - Berthe Morisot (1873) Morisot was one of the founding members of the Impressionists yet did not receive the acclaim that her male colleagues did, which included Pissarro, Monet, Manet, Degas, Sisley, Renoir and Cezanne.
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    Inspiring Pictures Of Women With Women

    The View From Notre Dame - Ernst Hass, 1955
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    My heart is with the people of France who lost an incredible work of art yesterday

    1. CallistoDidNotWin

      CallistoDidNotWin

      Had tears in my eyes watching the news this morning.  But at least we can be thankful many works of art were saved.  But the loss, it is true, is beyond words.....not just a loss to the people of France, but a loss for humanity....

    2. almocado

      almocado

      Absolutely devastating. I remember visiting Notre-Dame with my parents when I was 12 whilst on a holiday in France.

  6. celeste teal

    The Art of Reading

    Women Who Read Are Dangerous I thought it would be nice to have a topic for posting paintings/photographs of women reading
  7. celeste teal

    What was the last book you read?

    The last book I read was The Creative Explosion: An Inquiry into the Origins of Art and Religion by John E. Pfeiffer I found it in a marvelous used book store 3 weeks ago and felt compelled to power through it as quickly as possible as it ties together several subjects that I'm fascinated by - art, art history, anthropology, and evolution. The cave art the author describes are not just paintings on walls but includes many engravings, portable art pieces, and even sculptures that our ancestors created many thousands of years before recorded history. The art transformed dozens of cave systems in Southern France and Spain into spectacular natural cathedrals which humanity used to invent and disseminate a shared culture that brought disparate bands and tribes together into a larger and more resilient community. The Creative Explosion: An Inquiry into the Origins of Art and Religion
  8. What was the last book you read? Tell us about it! Would you recommend it? Would it be a good one for us to read and discuss together?
  9. celeste teal

    Shybi Book Club

    I've only read 1 of these completely (all 7 Harry Potter books) and parts of two others. I found this at goodreads, in their bookclub section, which looks like a great source for ideas for how to run online book clubs One idea that I like is to have two topics for each book - a "pre-read" one to discuss the book in general terms and a "spoiler" one where the actual discussions take place for people who have finished reading the book. At goodreads they can hide a section of a post inside a spoiler link - I don't think we can do that here (?) but we could work around that by clearly warning others to stay away from the entire topic if they haven't finished the book. https://www.goodreads.com/group/show_tag/bookclub I'm going to continue checking their clubs out and others online for ideas.
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    Inspiring Pictures Of Women With Women

    A different way to say "I love you" This is from Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, Bollywood's first lesbian romance.
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