Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art Perpetual Calendar
This is a beautiful 12-month calendar featuring some masterpiece paintings from the National Gallery of Art. Unlike your average wall calendar, this perpetual calendar has a numbered list for each month, representing the number of days in that month. Each number has a blank, 2” line next to it for writing in a special event, appointment, or schedule. Each month has its own 5.5” x 11” page; the numbered list on the upper half, and the painting on the second half. The binding has a metal spiral, which includes an indent for wall hanging. It is also sturdy enough to stand on a desk, countertop, or other like surface. The calendar is not year specific, so it can be used during any year.
Hang a Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art perpetual calendar and you will have two benefits: you will be reminded of birthdays, anniversaries, and other recurring dates, and you will get to enjoy details of favorite paintings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Start the year with Vincent van Gogh's Roses from 1980; February stars Leonardo da Vinci's Ginevra de'Benci, c. 1474/78; spend March at the House of Père Lacroix by Cezanne, 1873; promenade through Pissarro's Place du Carrousel, Paris, 1900, in April; admire Poppies, Isles of Shoals by Childe Hassam, 1891 in May; June takes you boating with Renoir's Oarsmen at Chatou, 1879; smell the sea air of July in Mary Cassatt's Children Playiing on the Beach, 1884; stroll the August garden of Monet's The Artist's Garden in Argenteuil, 1873; prepare for harvest in September with James Peale's Fruit Still Life with Chinese Export Basket, 1824; take advantage of October weather to visit Edward Hicks's The Cornell Farm, 1848; move indoors to the theater for Edgar Degas' Four Dancers, c. 1899 in November, and finally, finish the year with the the bounty of Jan van Huysum's Still Life with Flowers and Fruit, c. 1715.