19 October, 2013

More John Sloane Artwork

Posted by Socrates in art, Socrates, White art/architecture at 6:41 pm | Permanent Link

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  7. 35 Responses to “More John Sloane Artwork”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I don’t know, there’s something a little sinister about these highly idealized paintings…..Something almost Mormon about them…..It makes one wonder what these people are really up to.

      I like artwork that comes straight to the point, no fartin’ around. http://www.thebreman.org/exhibitions/online/1000kids/derjude.jpg

    2. Howdy Doody Says:

      Tim, I don’t give a dam what cover good White use to be healthy White families and live in peace.

      1400 plus acres in Texas with a Mormon break away group was raided with armored cars and evanjellyculls nut bastards taking over three hundred beautiful children with the tears flowing they were sent all around TEXAS fed fast kiked food, and put in front of TV and messytizo families.

      Genius for this horror was ONE Congoid female aged 32 years calling from CO to the County where these White families lived and pretended to be a 13 year White girl who was being sexually assaulted and held captive !

      The Congoid woman had been a volunteer or worker for a Denver Chapter, she already had a police record. She was charged for making these false claims against the this Texas group of White Christians.

      Question HOW would she know where they were and who they were to do such a thing.

      The rest of the story involves the people registering to vote to oust a county judge.

      Bottom line is that this story was buried an there was no follow up at all.

      My guess is this.

      The State of Texas likely paid millions out of court to settle this horror crime.

      The money will never remove the terror of our neo CHEKA state.

    3. Howdy Doody Says:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCwJSKUlxDo

      Like this art or go live with savages and enemy aliens.

    4. CW-2 Says:

      The picture does tend to over sentimentalize a weekly event in rural America and Europe ca. 1900, namely washday in a modest but clean and orderly White household. Perhaps an impressionistic handling of the subject matter would have been better.
      But on thing is certain, it is the vestiges of that ideal still enduring in the remoter parts of the White world that jews, globalist, liberals, and the churches, yes, even the churches, are hellbent on destroying.

    5. fd Says:

      Good observation, Tim. The picture is a little too cute. And the dog is sprawling big. It’s a good picture, but what is the true message?

      “By the pricking of my thumb, something wicked this way comes”

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Life in America circa 1900 was no wholesome Sunday afternoon picnic. Alcoholism, homeless children, dispossessed families, outbreaks of polio and TB, sweatshop labor, slums, street gangs, foreclosures, financial panics, syphilis and gonorrhea…….nothing sentimental about any of that shit.

      I’m not a bad artist, so maybe I should do a series of illustrations depicting an idealized view of American life here in the early 21st century. The problem is I see so much horror all around me I don’t know how I would be able to filter it out of my pictures. Somehow, Sloane managed to paint idealized images of his own era, but I couldn’t do the same for ours.

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      My artwork would probably look something like this: http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large-5/marlon-brando-as-colonel-kurtz-richard-tito.jpg

    8. CW-2 Says:

      Yes, we forget the horrors jew capitalism inflicted on our long deceased kinsfolk of 1900. Of course big jew has more horrors in store for us.

    9. Tìm McGreen Says:

      My Coven Samhain-Swim by Tìm McGreen

      I go butt-naked swimmin,
      With middle-aged naked women
      From my coven , at midnight
      On Samhain eve; in the moonlight.

      Because the light is quite pale,
      And we have had so much ale
      My artist’s eye is not offended
      By these women I have befriended,

      With their:

      Sagging titties!–
      Ain’t too pretty!
      Butts flabby fat!–
      Enough of that!
      Shaved pudenda!–
      Someone lenda

      me . . .

      . . . an airbrush,

      To spray them with the hues,
      Orange, green and midnight blue.
      Make them pretty like does Thom McQueen,
      My coven witches on Halloween.

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      McQueen, you’re a real jerk. And probably a troll.

    11. Antagonistes Says:

      NO!

      My friend, Thom McQueen, airbrush wizard, did not write that poem. Just because an airbrush was mentioned:

      You, Tim McGreen
      Thought it had
      To be McQueen
      That’s your bad!

      If you fall for a simple trick like that, how will you withstand the wiles of the Jews? Simple misdirection, standard magician’s fare.

      But yes, I’M BACK. I told you that I would be back at Samhain. Close enough.

      As you might recall, you insulted me; that’s why I left. That’s why I wrote that witty, insightful and humorous poem. You, like the Devil, don’t like to be laughed at! So let’s call it even, Omigo. But most men would be honored to be the warlock of a coven of witchy-women who get naked on Halloween. Naked middle-aged women aren’t that bad; quite good in fact—a few lines and sags make them real. And you can regain your lost innocence with a moonlight swim with them.

    12. Tim McGreen Says:

      You’re not Antagonistes, you’re still McQueen. You remind me of that little brown furry creature who always spoke in rhymes from the animated Beatles movie Yellow Submarine.
      He’s a real nowhere man, sitting in his nowhere land, making all his nowhere plans for nobody. http://robotspaceshiptank.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/nowhere-man.jpg

    13. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ant! Welcome back! As you can see, I am having trouble with McGreen. He praises me in his poem, then calls me a jerk. THen he accuses me of beingn you!

      Anyway, CArrie and I are headed to FantasyFest soon. We could stop at your place and practice our airbrushing on our wives. I hope (and Debbie) can go with me and Carrie this year. Lots of naked middle-age women want to be beautiful for FantasyFest. Losts of middle age women want to walk around wearing only paint spray.

      I am glad you are posting on here again.

    14. Antagonistes Says:

      Right back atcha, Thom!

      Thom, from my long years of experience with women, I know the codewords that enrage them. I put several of those codewords in that poem.

      Tim McGreen was enraged. That is why I think this: Tim McGreen is a female.

      Further, I believe that Tim McGreen is Elisha Strom. (S)He appeared on this website around the time that Alex hired Elisha.

      Just my intuitions.

    15. Tim McGreen Says:

      Is there a forum moderator in the house?

    16. CW-2 Says:

      McQueen or whoever posts under that name has succeeded in derailing this thread.

    17. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, as a peace offering, here is a photo of my love, Carrie Fisher, with my paint on her.

      http://www.pbase.com/mf122792/image/71804214

      If you want to see her from the front, you must come to Fantasy fest. Look for the booth that says “Beautiful Naked Queens by Thom McQueen.”

    18. Thom McQueen Says:

      PS–that dark hair guy in the back with glasses–Antagonistes.

    19. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, it is ok if you are really Elisha Strom. But I agree with you about SLaons paintings.

    20. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thom, I appreciate your comments and pictures. But tell me, are your air-brushing festivities like a scene out of Caligula http://www.caligulathemovie.com/A-16.jpg, or are they just good, clean fun?*

      * I have decided to choose one of the less graphic orgy scenes from the film, so as not to arouse any PRURIENT INTEREST.

    21. Tim McGreen Says:

      I imagine painting Roman orgy scenes would be very challenging for an artist. I wonder what John Sloane would have thought about it?

    22. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, that is disgusting. I guantantee you that my gal Carrie would disown me for that. We both see the body as sacred. You do not degrade sojmething that is sacred. When I airbrush a naked woman, it is a holy ceremony. It is like putting stain glass in a church window. Are those Roman people Catholics?

    23. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      The Masters of Spirit have always been aware of the dangers, and the weaknesses of, the flesh. Only the highest masters can trivialize the flesh and, as it were, laugh at it. These people have a single focus on the Spirit, and desire Him as, the old story goes, a drowning man desires air.

      Knowing that the flesh is weak, the Masters stipulated that love and/or dedication must come before conjugal relations and nudity. Most of this is aesthetic: One must have love to see the stark nudity of one’s beloved, and the odors that ensue therefrom. For clothes not only provide modesty and protection, but they also function as an odor barrier. During lovemaking, arms are raised (odors), orifices are opened (odors) and sweat is frequently produced (odors). Such things are repellent without an eternal love for one’s beloved; and even if it is an arranged marriage, love descends upon humble and contrite hearts.

      Old age is another reason that the Masters gave pre-eminence to love. It is hard to see one’s self as old, but easy to see another is old. Love permits that identification with the other.

      By “love” they did not mean necessarily “romanticism.” They meant humility, dedication, acknowledgement and respect.

    24. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thom, there weren’t any Catholics around during the reign of Gaius Caesar Caligula. The Romans still worshiped Venus and Eros. I guess the closest thing to Christian morality back then would have been the philosophy of the Stoics and Epicureans. By the way, have you ever seen Caligula? It can’t really be considered pornography, especially since Dame Helen Mirren and Sir John Gielgud appear in it.

      As far as eroticism in religion goes, what about those erotic Hindoo images in the Kama Sutra, or those racy pictures of Lord Vishnu and his consort, the Goddess Lakshmi? And what about those phallic sculptures that Hindoos venerate?

      Lakshmi is the adored lover of Vishnu; she is as beautiful as ten million Sun-rises and she is considered by many to be the embodiment of sensuality. With her charming eyes like lotus and decorated with garlands of lotuses, she is the eternal mistress of all beings. Lakshmi, filled with love, supports herself Vishnu’s thighs and she is the one who offers to the people prosperity in their life.”— Lakshmi Tantra

      You should ask your friend Sri Sreggin Das so and so about the sexual aspects of Hindooism. And stop acting like a fool. It’s not as amusing as you think it is.

    25. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, as I understand it, the sexual aspects of Hindooism are symbolic.
      You yourself think that body painting is some kind of orgy. it is not. It is clean and pure. I think it was Wayne Dyer who said that you can only see what is in you. That does not bode well for you, my friend. Become pure. s
      Why do you think Sri Sreggin Das is a hendude?
      The hendudes could say that church steeple are phallic, which they came from , originally. Who knows what goes on in those churches, with those huge willy-wonkas on their roofs. Bwa-ha!

    26. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, I know Sri Sreggin Das, Sri Sriggen Das is a friend of mine, and YOU ARE NO SRI SREGGIN DAS.

    27. Tim McGreen Says:

      Symbolic? Sex is never “symbolic”, McQueen. It is the very essence of life, the force, the thing which drives the species forward. If you have a problem with Roman orgies then you should take it up with Caligula, Nero and Bob Guccione. I myself have never participated in such debauchery. But I suspect your air-brushed friends have. They’re the same types who go to Mardi Gras and flash their titties for a few cheap bead necklaces. They’re always looking for an excuse to flaunt their middle-aged flab.

      By the way, in case you forgot….YOU are Suri Cruise-Haagen-Dazs. You seem to have lost track of all your online identities.

    28. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ok, Tim, I will take it up with Calugila. Will you channel him? Also Nero?
      That will be a trip, lad! Brush up on your violin, you Nero-channeler!

      Sexual imagery is of course symbolic. What nonsense! aBSOLUTE NONSENSE.
      Let the women flash their titties, and their bare buddhas! So what? Nuditry is not sex. Let me repeat that, NUDITY IS NOT SEX. Why does it frighten you, mon ami?
      Middleage flab? I call it reality. Reality is good. and truthful. It is what it is.
      Where comes this standard of perfection that you have for the human body? It is always changing like the seasons. I put finishing touches on it with my airbrush.
      Thankyou for saying that I am the Holy One! I have never met him. He has my e-mail. I thought he was Stuart Wilde, just as you are Elisha Strom!
      But whoever he is, he is always right on! Everything he says is bonza!

      You have a Puritan shadowself. You think that flesh is evil, it is not. It is not perfect, but I make it perfect with my airbrush. Rejoice in the flesh. It is what we wear here on earth.

      Tim, connect with your shadow-self. Don’t be afraid of it. I am sending you positive energy. Don’t refuse it. Devour it like a croc devouring a drunk abo, who fell into the river while pissing.

      Happy Halloween, Elisha.

    29. fd Says:

      Nero didn’t play the violin.

    30. Thom McQueen Says:

      I will ask him about that when Tim McGreen channels him.

    31. Tim McGreen Says:

      Nero fiddled while Rome burned? Impossible, there were no fiddles around back then, just flutes and lyres. Nero blamed the fire on the Christians to deflect blame from himself? I don’t believe it. I don’t think there were any Christians around yet, least of all in Rome. That story about Nero and the Christians is based on a medieval translation of a work by the 2nd century Roman historian Tacitus. He referred to someone named Chrestus and the Chrestiani, but the authenticity of that translation has always been suspect. It also appears that someone along the line tampered with the word Chrestiani in the text, trying to change it to Christiani. Hardly what I’d call conclusive or overwhelming evidence for anything.

      CW was right, that cretin McQueen has derailed this thread completely.

    32. fd Says:

      Claiming Nero played the fiddle while Rome burned is a calumny promoted by Jews. The fiddle was invented about one thousand years later. Besides, Nero was out of town during that event.

      Nero cared nothing of Jews.

    33. Thom McQueen Says:

      CW was right, that cretin McQueen has derailed this thread completely.

      Tim (Elisha) i am originally from Australia, not Crete. I am an Australian, not a Cretin. An American now.

    34. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom, I don’t know if you know if or not (I don’t think you do), but you are an expert in verbal judo.

    35. Thom McQueen Says:

      All Hail All Hallow’s Eve, Ant!