A multipart series about American portraiture.
I usually do a piece for classical guitar for Christmas time. On this occasion, I have written variations on “We Three Kings of the Orient are. The original was written by John Henry Hopkins, Jr. for a Christmas pageant in Williamsport, Pennsylvania in 1857. Click the link to hear the music: Variations on “We Three Kings of the Orient Are” – HBosler by Howard Bosler
A brief examination of the strange and forward looking art of Albert Pinkham Ryder.
An examination of three prominent American artists of the Luminism movement.
A Video About David Hockney.
About the American art movement referred to as Regionalism.
Classical guitar and cello work from a larger work with four parts.
Notes on truth in art.
Variations on “Jingle Bells” for keyboard.
The Featured Image: The Loves of Acis and Galatea by Alexandre Charles Guillemot (1827). One of my favorite books was written in the time of Augustus, the one who exiled the imprudent and lurid Ovid for violating the new Roman sexual decorum. For those that don’t know, the eventually Divine Augustus, after assuming the …