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A – Lev Lvovich KAMENEV
Russian landscape artist Lev Lvovich Kamenev is unfortunately under appreciated and criticized for a ‘sameness’. Funny enough, what I enjoy most about his work is the way his focal source of light draws the eye away from the mundane and ‘sameness’ whether it is a brook of water where the reflection of light in the water speaks of hope or a light in the window of a snow-covered cottage promising warmth and belonging…

Haying
Winter Landscape

R – John Keats
Who doesn’t love to read a poem or quote by John Keats?



T – The King of Kings (1961)
This Biblical epic film may not the most popular but has a gorgeous soundtrack by Miklós Rózsa that was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and was the first major studio film to actually show Jesus’ face. Another fun fact is that Orson Welles did the uncredited narration.