Sunday, January 2, 2011

On the Ninth Day of Christmas...

Oh. The ninth day almost got by me...


This piece by Marc Chagall is painted on the ceiling someplace in France or Russia, I believe. Isn't it beautiful? And this I give to you on the ninth day. Have a good one!

6 comments:

  1. So in this room one would lie about upon the couch and stare up at the ceiling and dream about red angels, goddesses, and dancing, yes?

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  2. i have been keeping up with your days of xmas and was wondering today and the other day too, how many blasted days in christmas are there anyway...now i have run through the song a couple of times, since i don't remember it exactly and 'think' it's 12? do you think you will make it? ;)

    this is a wonderfully weird painting, a bit almost dante-esque or some such... i think the crystals or lights beside the painting up in the right corner add a special touch too....you too-have a good one, my dear. xx

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  3. I'm kinda partial to Little Miss Doughnut Belly over there on the right.

    Three more to go, Gina, you're doin' it!

    ;)

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  4. I would absolutely love to lie on a couch looking at that ceiling :-)

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  5. :-) I'll join you on the couch for some Chagal dreaming...

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  6. Wow! Sooo wonderful. makes me want to do something with my ceilings which are unfortunately only 8ft.
    Happy New Year, and thanks for the movie lists and links!
    Kathy

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