Candace Couse

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

France: Personal Tour of the Louvre by Candace Couse, MFA

Candace and her sister opting for the less exciting sisterly greeting. 
Congratulations! Thanks to a recent research trip (read vacation), you are the very lucky recipient of a private tour of the Louvre Museum by professional museum goer Candace Couse, MFA. Below you will find a spattering of works that most appropriately cover the incontestably important period in painting found between prehistory and postmodernism. Extensive? Yes! Daunting? Yes! But not to fear, Candace Couse, MFA will lead you gently through this rarely investigated terrain. Let's begin. 

"Fifty shades shadier" 
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"Protect your assets in love and war"
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"They called her Texas, and while she was many things, a horse owner she was not."
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“YOLO”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“His father wanted him to go into barrel making, but Alfonzo just wanted to grow his hair long and be a minstrel”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"Alice's father was a wealthy man."
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"I think there might be something wrong with the well again, grandpa."
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Boogawooogawooga!” 
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“For the second time that day Mildred found herself cursing the temptation of a rent controlled apartment that left her in the worst part of town.”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Maurice had heard stories as a boy about the world above the water, and though he has traveled far and wide in his life, he now found himself confronted with two things that were quite beyond his wildest imaginings.”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"There ain't no party like a royal party, 'cuz a royal party is mandatory."
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Wilfred was not like other boys. While other boys liked to play soccer and chase pretty girls, Wilfred preferred to paint sunsets and sing secret duets with Billie Holiday on the gramophone. Wilfred was perfectly comfortable with his differences; his father however, thought he was a monkey."
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Awkward Alexander found himself once more the subject of public ridicule with his overly enthusiastic interpretation of “comfortable attire” on the invitation to the picnic.”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Peew Peeew!”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

"Ughhh!"
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“Thomas publicly loved all of his sculptures equally, but in the hidden shadows of his most private thoughts, he might reveal that he was inclined to favour Cecil” 
By an artist, circa prehistory to now

“View of the third floor permanent exhibition of sweaty tourists.”
By an artist, circa prehistory to now




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