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Bacchanale :: Conrad Grob

Bacchanale :: Conrad Grob  - mythology and poetry
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Conrad Grob (1828-1904) Bacchanale

Oil on canvas, 1907 (112 x 143 cm)( 44,1 x 56,2 inch )

Private art collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 27.10.2010



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Dineshraj - October 25, 2015

I really like this. I've been hnvaig a Facebook conversation with a good friend recently on the topic of knowing and valuing one another (and, for that matter, ourselves) based on who we are vs. what we do. It's a tough concept to *get* . . . but an important one, I think, if we are to see ourselves and others as God sees us. Thanks so much for sharing.

Stifler - October 27, 2015

Thank you for these great links. What's inspiring me today? Walking on the beach this monrnig in the crisp October air with my dogs! Have a blessed Sunday []Emily Reply:October 17th, 2010 at 8:42 pmthat sounds wonderful. we definitely haven't been to the beach enough to enjoy the october air. very inspiring. i'm adding it to our to do list this week []

Shiella - October 27, 2015

Ness, thank you for posting this poem! I love the conpcet, and love the approach.My one suggestion would be to give the reader an image or metaphor in the absence of either, this is far less powerful than it could be less poetic. Would love to see any future versions! :-)Miriam [url= [link=

Duilio - October 29, 2015

Ness, thank you for posting this poem! I love the cpocent, and love the approach.My one suggestion would be to give the reader an image or metaphor in the absence of either, this is far less powerful than it could be less poetic. Would love to see any future versions! :-)Miriam


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