Red Chair – Sidney Sketches by Lillie Anderson

RED CHAIR - Sidney Sketches by Lillie Anderson

This watercolor suggests to me a home where I would like to see my family and friends gather.

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About dorothybloom

Well, I'm a bit on the elderly side , but I'm fighting the decline with my entry into the virtual world. I've been thinking for while that my situation is worth talking a, and for this reason. There is a tension between old and new. The old are intent upon keeping their authority and the young are intent on getting it for themselves. hereThis tension is as old as the Neanderthal and many of his four-legged cousins. And I want to explore that.
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3 Responses to Red Chair – Sidney Sketches by Lillie Anderson

  1. Lillie Anderson says:

    Thanks for posting, Dorothy. The red chair is a cast-off that my father picked up many, many years ago when we lived in NYC. My mother had it reupholstered and I inherited it. I call it my Medieval Chair, although it’s probably of Victorian vintage.

  2. Mary Crewe says:

    Looks warm and inviting…I’d be happy to gather there!

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