It’s amusing and instructive to see what kinds of searches people are performing that lead them to one’s blog. One of my recent search list items included “naked women on boats.” So, I can only surmise that the visitor was somewhat disappointed with my blog.
If he ever stumbles back this way, however, may I recommend Bill Jones’s On Painting. Now then, Bill does a lot of women, and one’ll find plenty of nudity. (Bill would love this last sentence.) However, he’s less reliable as a source of maritime art, but perhaps viewers are willing to overlook a little fault of that sort. As for me, I once did a brief little gig with boats, however mine lacked naked women.
Though it’s a little off topic, if I were lost at sea on a boat, and if I were naked, I would try to put some clothes on — if at all possible — while seeking rescue because being ever so slightly past middle-age-ish, being naked on a boat might discourage the Coast Guard from doing the rescue!
Well, anyway, others searched for sea shells and elephant drawings. I’m guessing they were more satisfied with the results. And somebody wanted to find Pierre Bonnard, so they probably were gladened to locate another fan of the great French painter. Bonnard is such a fine, great painter. And he even painted naked women, and he also painted boats. But never, to my knowledge, together. Alas, for art!