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Mom was a busy obstetrics nurse and sometimes found herself having to work late. To make sure we could feed ourselves on those days when she was running behind, Mom stocked the freezer with individual frozen potpies. I could barely wait for the timer to buzz to let me know that mine was ready. I remember poking a hole in the top of the hot crust with my spoon, smelling the rich aromas, and eating every bite of the tender chicken and vegetables blanketed in a velvety cream sauce. If you don’t…

Mom was a busy obstetrics nurse and sometimes found herself having to work late. To make sure we could feed ourselves on those days when she was running behind, Mom stocked the freezer with individual frozen potpies. I could barely wait for the timer to buzz to let me know that mine was ready. I remember poking a hole in the top of the hot crust with my spoon, smelling the rich aromas, and eating every bite of the tender chicken and vegetables blanketed in a velvety cream sauce. If you don’t…

Woman in a Green Kimono (1911). Beatrice Whitney Van Ness (American, 1888-1981). Oil on canvas. Books and Art

Woman in a Green Kimono (1911). Beatrice Whitney Van Ness (American, 1888-1981). Oil on canvas. Books and Art

DiegoVoci™ Ryan on AC stated that he bought this early Diego artwork on Craigslist. He would like to resell: "Femme Assise" (seated woman). It took us until now to locate the buyer. Back of canvas written by the hand of Helga Voci (Diego’s widow) tells us this painting was done in the late 60’s by Diego, as part of the agreement with Joy and Jawdat Naffouj; probably sold to the original collector by Joy (now living in Canada).

DiegoVoci™ Ryan on AC stated that he bought this early Diego artwork on Craigslist. He would like to resell: "Femme Assise" (seated woman). It took us until now to locate the buyer. Back of canvas written by the hand of Helga Voci (Diego’s widow) tells us this painting was done in the late 60’s by Diego, as part of the agreement with Joy and Jawdat Naffouj; probably sold to the original collector by Joy (now living in Canada).

Caterina van Hemessen (1528 – after 1587) was a Flemish Renaissance painter. She is the earliest female Flemish painter for whom there is verifiable extant work, and is known for a series of small scale female portraits completed between the late 1540s and early 1550s. Self portrait of van Hemessen (1548)

Caterina van Hemessen (1528 – after 1587) was a Flemish Renaissance painter. She is the earliest female Flemish painter for whom there is verifiable extant work, and is known for a series of small scale female portraits completed between the late 1540s and early 1550s. Self portrait of van Hemessen (1548)

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