Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Loss

 

What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.  ~ Helen Keller

 

Oak Fractured by Lightning, Maxim Vorobiev, 1842

 

Angel of Grief, William Wetmore Story, 1894

 

Death on the Pale Horse, Gustave Doré, 1865

 

Ashes, Edvard Munch, 1895

 

The Self-Seers II (Death and Man), Egon Schiele, 1911

 

The Dying Swan, Vladimir Tretchikoff, 1949

 

La Venadita (Little Deer), Frida Kahlo, 1946

 

Death and Life, Gustav Klimt, 1915

 

Sorrowing Old Man at Eternity’s Gate, Vincent Van Gogh, 1890

 

A Comforting Friend in her Moment of Grief, Arthur Wardle, 1892

 

Monastery Cemetery in the Snow, Caspar David Friedrich, 1819

 

Love and Family Forever
MEA 2/90-2/22

 

 

16 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Loss

  1. I am so sorry for your losses, too. There is no rhyme nor reason, no explanation that can fix a broken heart. We are all that angel now and then. Hopefully every day brings you a little more peace.

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