Below: The first image is “Forty-Two Kids” (1907) by American painter George Bellows. The second is 10,000-year-old art from the “Cave of Swimmers” in Gilf Kebir on the Egyptian-Sudanese border, discovered in 1933. Over the […]
Before his death, Timothy Dexter was hailed as the worst writer of all time. Born in 1748 to a poor working family in the British colony of Massachusetts, Dexter took to the fields around age […]
Ralph Goings (1928-2016) – “Still Life With Peppers,” 1981
Utterly amazing work by Russian artist Exellero, whose majestic sorceresses seem able to conjure the night or its end. Pity the weary traveler who stumbles upon them.
John lost his best friend in Suriname. He left Danny’s body in a ditch after shooting him in the head. Danny looked up at John with no fear, no remorse. He’d been caught. John had […]
Tom Lovell (1909-1997) was an American illustrator and painter best known for his pulp fiction magazine covers. “Painting for the pulps was great training,” he said. “You learned to tell a story in close compass. […]