some of my favorite art



Art critic or connoisseur I could never pretend to be, but below are a few of my personal favorites.


– Roger W. Smith








Edward Hopper, 'Evening Wind,' postcard img745Winslow Homer, 'Boys in a Pasture'.jpg Edward Hopper, 'Gas,' postcard Edward Hopper, 'House by a Railroad,' postcard Edward Hopper, 'Nighthawks,' postcard img744 Japanese woodcut, postcard img381 Japanese woodcut, postcard img382 Japanse woodcut, postcard img381






Little Pictures of Japan pg. 7 ('Baby's Hands') Little Pictures of Japan pg. 13 ('The Rains of Spring') Little Pictures of Japan pg. 31 ('Cherry Blossoms in Sunset') Norman Rockwell, Thanksgiving (from the 'Freedom from Want' series) Norman Rockwell, 'The  Rookie,' Saturday Evening Post Redolon, 'Silence,' postcard Russian lady, painting of, Gugenheim Museum, Patice photo 11-23-2005 Soviet painting, Guggenheim exhibit IMG_0192 The Peacable Kingdom - postcard img743 The Peacable Kingdom, Bill Dalzell's cardwilliam-blake-the-ghost-of-a-flea

About Roger W. Smith

Roger W. Smith is a writer and independent scholar based in New York City. His experience includes freelance writing and editing, business writing, book reviewing, and the teaching of writing and literature as an adjunct professor. Mr. Smith's interests include personal essays and opinion pieces; American and world literature; culture, especially books and reading; classical music; current issues that involve social, moral, and philosophical views; and experiences of daily living from a ground level perspective. Besides (1), a personal site, he also hosts websites devoted to (2) the author Theodore Dreiser and (3) to the sociologist and social philosopher Pitirim A. Sorokin.
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