It’s been a while, but I still want to see some of the character reactions to Will’s death. I want to see Elsbeth Tascioni’s face when she realizes she won’t ever be on another case with Will, how someone she considers to be a good friend won’t ever laugh with her again (it’s the with that’s important-many people have laughed at her, but rarely with) . I want to see Patti Nyholm when she realizes she will never go up against Will in court and even if she gave him hell going up against Will was the most fun part of her day. I  want to see them all and I hope that the writers will take a few seconds for each character and show us how even though Will isn’t alive any more, he’s still missed

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Music video for Twice by Little Dragon and promo for short film “Dreams from the Woods” directed by Johannes Nyholm

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Little Dragon - Twice

Woman Playing Piano (1922). Arvid Nyholm (Swedish, 1866–1927). Oil on canvas. M. Christine Schwartz Collection.

The young woman’s casual disregard of our gaze invites us to feel as at home in the scene as the artist himself may have felt. Indeed, this work may portray one of his own daughters, Agda (or Agate), who was twenty-five in 1922, may have been the auburn-haired beauty playing the piano. 

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Probably the funniest movie I’ve watched on YouTube in a while. Literally LOLed.

Baby trashes bar in Las Palmas (by johannesnyholm)

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Divertido, bien hecho, esperando el corto completo

Reading By the Greenhouse. Arvid F. Nyholm (Swedish/American, Impressionism, 1866-1927).

In Chicago, Nyholm began painting portraits within the local Swedish-American community, but he quickly gained a wider reputation for his portraits and for figural works, for which family members posed; he also painted landscapes. In 1907, he traveled to Paris for further study at the Académie Colarossi and visited his former teacher Zorn in Sweden.