I am the birthday czar.
Seriously. I love birthdays. I love my birthday, or birthweek I should say. I really make it last.
For instance, this year I took four days off of work to go see my sister in Tulsa. 995 more words
The American regionalist Thomas Hart Benton painted Cotton Pickers based on notes of a trip he made to Georgia in the late 1920s. He depicted the dignity of the cotton pickers in the face of backbreaking labor and intense summer heat, rendering the dry fields and the working bodies in a sinuous, curvilinear style. 238 more words
Thomas Hart Benton has a rich history and added much to the collection of Regionalism in American art. Born in a well-to-do family in Neosho, Missouri in 1889, Benton’s father pushed his son to follow in his own steps to become a lawyer. 793 more words