Matisse's Goldfish, 1912 (?) I'm not too official on dates... these pictures are family, not homework!
Caillebotte's Floor Scrapers, I can't remember when- 1880's? Parisian, naturally.
Durer's Melencolia I, 1514, which I did my undergraduate senior thesis on. Aaaah the memories... the hours and hours and hours of research... good times. I knew I was in the right line of work when I could spend 5 months looking at something and still be excited to see it later.
Yes, it's a Dan Flavin light installation. Hey, a girl can dream!Kitchen-Time:
Wayne Thiebaud, I can't remember the title. Although I might replace this with a decent still-life or a Morandi if I can find one to suit my tastes.
Entry-way (cuz it's one of my all-time favorites and it still makes me smile when I see it):
Van Gogh's Cafe Terrace at Night
For Memory-Triggering's sake:
[Insert perfunctory pictures of family and friends here, hopefully they look as good as Genna's pics] and also:
Dad and bebe Lindsey, in Virginia, probably 1987
Hung in a prominent place like a stairwell or mantle (because yes, I do appreciate the importance of having images that inspire devotion in the home, and am veeeeeeery selective about it):
This big beautiful sketch is something my dad did long ago of the Cardston, Alberta Canada Temple-- I definitely have a post-it note stuck to the back of this picture, claiming it after my parents die :)