Detail Of Woman With Green Shawl (Woman With Green Shawl)

What Is It?

I just remembered the image above of a painting that was the Commons:Picture Of The Day for June 26, 2015, on Wikimedia Commons.

The painting is called Detail Of Woman With Green Shawl (Woman With Green Shawl) by the French painter Cyprien Eugène Boulet.

It is listed as an oil on canvas (oil painting) that is located in a private collection in São Paulo, Brazil.

Here is the description for this image:

ArtistCyprien Eugène Boulet  (1877–1927)  
TitleEnglish: Woman with green shawl
Object typepainting
DescriptionEnglish: Woman with green shawl, Cyprien Eugène Boulet. Detail.
Français : Femme au châle vert, Cyprien Eugène Boulet
Datebefore 1927
Mediumoil on canvas
Dimensionsheight: 60.3 cm (23.7 in); width: 81.3 cm (32 in)
CollectionPrivate collection
Current locationSão PauloBrazil
Source/PhotographerOwn work

Miss Nightingale At Scutari (The Lady With The Lamp) (1854) (1891)

What Is It?

Today I saw an image on the front page of Wikimedia Commons, and it caught my attention; this image is the Picture Of The Day for May 12, 2017, and this image is of a painting called Miss Nightingale At Scutari (The Lady With The Lamp) (1854) (1891) by the painter Henrietta Rae.

What is it about?

It is said to be a painting of Florence Nightingale at Scutari during the Crimean War.

This is how The Library Of Congress describes this painting:

The lady with the lamp (Miss Nightingale at Scutari, 1854)
Florence Nightingale holding lamp in front of man.
Contributor Names
Cassell & Company, publisher
Created / Published
London : Cassell & Company, Limited, 1891.
Subject Headings
– Nightingale, Florence,–1820-1910
Format Headings
Portrait prints–1850-1860.
– Additional text: Presented with Yule tide, 1891. From the painting by Henrietta Rae (Mrs. Normand)
1 print : chromolithograph, color.
Call Number/Physical Location
PGA – Cassell & Company–Lady with the Lamp (D size) [P&P]
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
Digital Id
pga 00466 //
cph 3g04239 //
cph 3b23013 //
Library of Congress Control Number
Reproduction Number
LC-DIG-pga-00466 (digital file from original print) LC-USZC4-4239 (color film copy transparency) LC-USZ62-75815 (b&w film copy neg.)
Rights Advisory
No known restrictions on publication in the U.S. Use elsewhere may be restricted by other countries’ laws. For general information, see “Copyright and Other Restrictions …,”
Online Format
1 print : chromolithograph, color. | Florence Nightingale holding lamp in front of man.
LCCN Permalink
Additional Metadata Formats
MODS Record
Dublin Core Record



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Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Flow, and this is what it said:

Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt.

Not sure how to participate?

Here are the steps to get started.

And this is my response:


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Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

The end,

-John Jr



Source: Wikimedia Commons

The Daily Post had a Photo Challenge today called Weight(less), and this is what it said:

Show us the effects of gravity in your photo this week.

And my response to this Photo Challenge can be seen above (I did not photograph the image above, I found it on Wikimedia Commons about two years ago and it is called Why Books Are Always Better Than Movies by Massimo Barbieri, but I think that it meets the theme of today’s Photo Challenge).

*I just found out that only original photos can be used in the Photo Challenges so I broke the rules without realizing it when I created this post, and so I will no longer do any Photo Challenges unless I have original photos to use.

I will possibly keep this post instead of deleting it to avoid deleting the comments and to avoid messing up links made to this post that are on other blogs, I apologize for my mistake, and I would like to thank everyone for the support and I would encourage you to warn other bloggers of this rule so that they will not make the same mistake that I did.* 🙂

The end,

-John Jr


A Fictional City & Timothy DeLaGhetto & My Former Classmate JC | A Quicksand Sleeping Cycle & False Awakenings

Dream 1

The first dream took place in a familiar fictional city starting in the afternoon or evening, I remember driving around to several small gas stations and/or convenience stores, and I visited one or more of them several times.

One of these stores or gas stations had a male worker talking to his male friend about a problem that he was having, when I entered the building they told me that they were closed for the day, and so I left; and eventually I called my family to meet me at a house that was for rent, and I drove there.