Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825)
“The Anger of Achilles” (also known as the “Sacrifice of Iphigenie”) (1819)
Oil on canvas
Located in the Kimball Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Here I am in my “studio”, which is really just a tiny space in my tiny two-room cottage! I make it work though by living minimally, and with the help of my wall-mounted easel which folds flat when I’m not working.
A sincere thank you to everyone who has showed an interest in my work and followed along with me as I blog about my art.
Known to Forth Worth, Texas locals as the Lake Worth Monster, it is a cryptid that is half-man half-goat that lives in Lake Worth. Sightings report that the cryptid does have scales, which accounts for its habitat of choice.
The earliest sightings date back to July of 1969, when couples by Lake Worth saw the creature. Subsequent sightings report that the monster hurled tires at individuals near the lake.