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Cheryl said…
I especially like the homage to Colville.
nonamedufus said…
That iconic piece of art was used by Bruce Cockburn on his Night Visions album.
Bryan G. said…
I had never heard of Colville until now...I have heard of Bruce Cockburn, though. :)
Bryan G. said…
After the context, I especially liked the tribute to Colville too.


I'm guessing that you're the guy with the bike-shaped glasses on? :) (Well, after your last post, I'm not guessing, really.)
Debra She Who Seeks said…
Great tribute to Colville! We just saw his "Horse and Train" painting at the Art Gallery of Hamilton when we were there at the beginning of June. What an iconic painting! And as you point out, on an iconic Bruce Cockburn album as well (one of my faves too)!
nonamedufus said…
Google him, Bryan. He was an amazing artist.
nonamedufus said…
Don't get me started on the Tour de France "fans".
nonamedufus said…
His passing was a sad, sad event. What a great Canadian artist. Here's another of his better known pieces...

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