Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Shhhh!

There is a museum in Hartford currently holding a very special exhibition by a well known painter who, over 25 years,  painted about 250 large canvases featuring water plants at his garden in France. 

Unfortunately, photography is not permitted at that exhibition.

19 comments:

brattcat said...

the cia may have a position for you, super spy jack.

Kate said...

Hmm! Now how did that painting get on this blog?!

Cezar and Léia said...

I'm so envious here, I would love to visit this exhibition!
Léia

youth_in_asia said...

Gutsy move, Jack. It looks like a great exhibit though!

Sylvia K said...

I think brattcat is right, the CIA is looking for guys like you!! Terrific shot! Hope your week is off to a great start, Jack! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Malyss said...

Well, I did not read this post!never heard of that painter! by the way, who are you?...:o)

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Camera in your bag, hole cut in the bag?

Lois said...

Your secret is safe with me!

RedPat said...

You devil!

Clueless in Boston said...

It's never stopped me either. I figure I'm only taking pictures of the people at the exhibition, not the art itself.

jennyfreckles said...

Great photo of those two benches, nice wallaper too...

jennyfreckles said...

or even wallpaper!

SRQ said...

Your description is so vivid, I feel as though I can see it. (For situations like this, I hope the HDP mgt. offers bail money.)

Regina K said...

Jack, You are such a rebel : )

Farmchick said...

Wow! I am impressed!

Jacob said...

If I think a moment I might make out the name of this painter.

You can expect a knock at your door in the middle of the night. Someone squealed. This post is now on the wall at the Hartford offices of the PFI (Photographic Felon Inquisition).

I wouldn't worry except your lawyer is sporting a brand-new Nikon camera in a PFI bag.

VP said...

I bet that his garden was in Giverny...

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Ah, a rebel with a cause.

Gunn said...

I took the train and bus out of Paris, and visited his lovely house and amazing garden....... I liked what I saw in France and I like this too:)