Page: Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window Artist: Johannes Vermeer Completion Date: 1657 Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 64.5 x 83 cm Gallery: Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, Germany
State Fair (Rogers and Hammerstein), "It Might as Well Be Spring." This is the 1945 movie version, with Jeanne Crain. I think this version of the musical is much better than the remake with Ann-Margret.
Before Rebel Without a Cause Natalie Wood and James Dean first appeared together in the tv episode “I’m a Fool”. Natalie saw Dean for the first time when he rode up (late) on his motorbike and climbed into the rehearsal studio through an open window instead of entering by the door. He wore horn-rimmed glasses and a pair of scruffy old jeans held up by a safety pin, and Natalie’s first impression was of someone “totally weird”, but after they began working together, she found him fascinating.
~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ I opened my office window a crack to let the sting of the early evening breeze cool my throbbing temples. A saxophonist played a sorrowful note on the street corner outside and in the distance sirens shouted their desperation to the coming night.