One for Old Stokie

Macke was much influenced by the light in north Africa, along with fellow great Paul Klee he worked and worked out there:


In Tunis

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4 Responses to One for Old Stokie

  1. OS. says:

    Fab colours. Not so sensual as the last one, but, nevertheless, very striking. As a regular visitor to the Algarve, which retains much of it’s Moorish roots, I can tell you that he’s got the blues on the houses absolutely spot on. I like the blue. Unfortunately, with the advent of an influx of Northern European settlers and The Ports becoming more ‘modern’, it’s a colour that is dying out, replaced with pinks and greens. Silly people. More please…Boy.

    M le etc…

  2. Mark Eltringham says:

    Just listen to yourself

  3. Stephen Foster says:

    Don’t come the Philistine with us Elt, with your degree in Latin and Economics and your black pudding risotto with O must use arborro rice darling …

  4. OS. says:

    Eli Grumpy is back. Like a black-eyed-wart, I miss him when he does his vanishing acts. winger is ejukating me in the arts so do one.

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