"Without tradition, art is a flock of sheep without a shepherd. Without innovation, it is a corpse". Winston Churchill
Greetings from Postcrossing home country.
I am a "young" retired Postcrosser interested in Art.
If you please, and if possible and affordable to you, if you send stamps on Automobiles, Art, Postcrossing, Europa issues, UNESCO, I would appreciate very much to receive postcards inside envelope. Thank you.
My wish list:
- Prehistoric Art
- Japanese Art, Chinese Art, Indian Art
- 19th cent. Art (Impressionism, Neo- and Post-Impressionism)
- XX and XXI Art (Modernism and Post-Modernism).
#2. Erotic Art (namely India, Japan, China) - please send in envelope, if explicit. Pinups (girls, ...)
#3. Postcrossing meet-up cards
#4. "Greetings from..." by Postallove, "FOTW" and "MOTW" by Postcardmarket, "Icon of..." by Thepostcardhouse, Worl travel /by nissan)
#5. Postcrossing related cards and stamps.
#6. Maxicards, if about POSTCROSSING, ART, UNESCO WH, IH, ..., AUTOMOBILES/BUSES/TRUCKS
#7. UNESCO related: WH, Intagible H., Creative cities, Geoparks, ...
(If not: Religious buildings worldwide any worship, Automobiles and 3 or more wheels road motor vehicles)
GF's, FOTW, MOTW, Icons, WT, wow - not necessarily sent from country of origin, but very much appreciated.
ART collection(s) - under construction... sorry!
If, whatever the reason, you send to me a UNESCO card from a site I already have, please, send it unwritten in envelope. Many thanks.
FOTW, MOTW, GF, Icons, WT, wow collections:
Tell me your most favorite painters. To me: Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, Almada Negreiros, Vincent van Gogh, Dali, René Magritte and Helena Vieira da Silva
Do you wish to swap Art, UNESCO, GF, Icons, FOTW, Automobile’s or Postcrossing cards? Feel free to send me a message, please. In my turn, I’ll do my very best to fully satisfy your postcard preferences.
When receiving a postcard, if you do not understand my handwriting, please let me know. I will message you the text I wrote on the postcard.
If you please write your nickname on the card ad date it.
Nowadays I am most active at the Forum.
Have a look on:
Muito Obrigado! (=Thank you)
"O Fado", painting (oil on canvas) by José Malhoa (1855-1933)
"Fado", urban popular song of Portugal, Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO)