Notice to Our Readers: We are halting publication of the Significato Journal. It's been a lovely experience, but we have found that with limited time, we need to focus our efforts in new directions (which include book publishing). We have started to move content to our personal websites (https://peterfalkenbergbrown.com and https://kimmysophiabrown.com (Kim's website is not ready yet)). When that process is completed, we'll send out a final email to our SJ subscribers and invite you all to subscribe to our individual subscription lists. We'll post links to our other writers too, so that you can find their work. More to come... [Peter and Kim - May 26, 2020]
"Summer" by Carl Larsson
This evocative work by Swedish painter, Carl Larsson, (1853-1919) speaks of the ending summer - the tall, ripened grain and the lazy sun-drenched world. One can feel the heat of the day, hear the clop of the horse, and the swish of the felling of the crop by each pass of the cutter.
Sep 9, 2013
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