The Kick-About #18 Still Life With Blue Vase, Fernand Leger (1951)

I meant to do food, but…when I started pulling images out of my collage box, as is so often the case, the composition decided to go somewhere else. Fish? Butterflies? Snakes? blame it on the vase goddess.

Nevertheless, there are many delicious responses to Leger’s still life. Enjoy!

Red's Kingdom

After the heightened atmosphere of our last kick-about, and the rich food of the festive season now largely behind us, Leger’s simpler fare was a welcome offering. Leger’s still life was brought to the attention of the Kick-Abouters by artist, Gary Thorne; well, Leger can keep his roast beef. I’d rather get my hands on all those delicious-looking prawns and creamy avocados…


Gary Thorne

“With the holiday now firmly in the past, it seems fitting to celebrate the sacrifice which lead to so much decent feasting. Leger’s prompt of colour and the ordinary stirred up this reflective composition, which in part celebrates a Polish Christmas on the 23rd with its attention to seafood. Although a difficult year for many, it ends with emphasis on a simple pleasure most commonly enjoyed as a shared experience – healthy eating! Happy new year to our fab’ host and to all enjoying Kick-About.”Oil…

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10 responses to “The Kick-About #18 Still Life With Blue Vase, Fernand Leger (1951)”

  1. philgomm says :

    All hail the vase Goddess!!!

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  2. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I loved your inspired contribution, Kerfe, fish and all.

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