John Pfahl in Arcadia, Part Four

Arcadia Electrified John Pfahl at Niagara Falls In 1881, the artist George Inness, famous for the Lackawanna Valley painting of a train uncoiling from a roundhouse and making its way into the frontiers of Pennsylvania, visited a more natural site, or so he assumed....

John Pfahl in Arcadia, Part One

Poussin and the Photographer Death in Paradise–a terrifying thought. Surely there must be places from which death is banished. But one of the most famous paintings hanging in the Louvre is about shepherds, a cast shadow, and the presence of death in the pastoral...

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