I'm very please to welcome you to this new WET of the week.
You, here at this:
are always working hard to come up with another new script or graphic.
You will find enclosed two paintings
Knowing your talents,
I'm yet extremely excited to discover your future creations.
I'll give you the reasons of my choice latter in my next stationery
I can tell you right now,
there is here a painting of the TITANIC
and the other one is a Manet's painting.
I would like to have some words for the newcomers.
First, thanks to be here.
Do not hesitate to take your part of fun.
If you have too many questions,
you are due for a visit to these sites:
( Hey guys! I don't have all your wonderful web sites
in my favorites so please,
feel free to complete.)
One more thing.
Every day we are using scripts from these talented people named:
Gerard Ferrandez, Tar'hom (or Tar'singe), Michel Pietri,
Aladdin, Richard Dutil etc.
They bring a great contribution to this Artwork.
I wish to thanks them all,
I'm hoping to see you here some day guys.
Of course we are not going to forget Majik, Edgar, Sven
and all of you my friends
I thank you all.
You are wonderful
Ok, it's time... Let's go!
Edourard Manet was born on January 23, 1832 in Paris.
He was a painter and printmaker who in his own work accomplished the transition from the realism of Gustave Courbet to Impressionism.
Manet broke new ground in choosing subjects from events and appearances of his
own time and in stressing the definition of the
painting as the arrangement of paint areas on a canvas over and above its function as representation.
Exhibited in 1863 at the Salon des Refusés his Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe
("Luncheon on the Grass") aroused the hostility of the
critics and the enthusiasm of a group of young painters who later formed the nucleus of the Impressionists.
Manet's other notable works include Olympia (1863)
and A Bar at the Folies-Bergére (1882).
The Titanic arrives in Southhampton on April 3, 1912.
She left on April 10 at 12:00 Noon.
On Sunday, April 14Titanic struck an icberg and sank on April 15, 1912 at 2:20 am.
The story of the Titanic and the iceberg has grown into a legend of the sea. It
took her discovery in 1985 to begin to find the
truth behind the myth. One of the thingsthat makes the Titanic so fascinating is that she represented the best of technology when she set sail on her ill-fated voyage in 1912, and it took the best of technology in the form of sonar, satellite tracking, and deep-dive technology to locate her grave 73 years later.
In the early 1900's, waterborne transportation was the norm; today, satellites are taken for granted by our society. But we tend to forget the immense effort that these two technologies require to operate to their maximum potential. Until recently, the technology did not exist to locate, photograph, and explore this ship that rested two and a half miles down on the ocean floor.