17 May 2009

Porto de Leixões



I went to the nearest Museum from my house, in São Paulo, yesterday afternoon. And I would like to share 2 pictures with you. The first painting is the Museum Pinacoteca do Estado and the second one is "Porto de Leixões" by Mario Navarro da Costa, a portuguese writer from 1900. Anyway, the second paiting is really inspiring and relaxing for me. I hope you enjoy it. Have a nice Sunday!

7 comments:

Ademar Oliveira de Lima said...

Estive por aqui exercitando o meu inglês!! Abraço Ademar!!!

The lady in Red said...

Prezado Ademar, obrigada pela visita, você é sempre bem vindo,
Rosana

Greener Bangalore said...

Oh god! Great painting Ruth....both are oil on canvas right ???

The lady in Red said...

Dear Greener, Mario Navarro da Costa, a Portuguese painter painted Porto de Leixões in 1901 with oil. I bought the picture, as postcard, in the museum and I put it in my desk to "admire" it.
Thanks for visiting,
Rosana

Tom Atkins said...

Ah the second painting resonated with me, reminding me of places I used to visit as a child, southern ports like Charleston or Savannah. It's amazing how similar they are, given the distances and cultures that separate them. More a mood than the details.

The lady in Red said...

Dear Tom, I loved picture 2, thanks for coming,
Best wishes,
Rosana

Snowbrush said...

I like the second painting a great deal too.

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