Vincent van Gogh's sister-in-law, Johanna, with Vincent's nephew, Vincent.
"Vincent undertook to nurse a victim of a fire in the mine. The man was so badly burned and mutilated that the doctor had no hope for his recovery ... Van Gogh tended him forty days with loving care and saved the miner's life. Vincent [said Gauguin] "believed in miracles," in maternal care.
(from The Eye of Spirit: A Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad, by Ken Wilber)
"The Good Samaritan (after Delacroix) -- Vincent van Gogh
The view from my porch this morning:
Glimpses of the younger generation of kindred spirits to Bob Dylan:
"And Madonna, she still has not showed
We see this empty cage now corrode
Where her cape of the stage once had flowed
The fiddler, he now steps to the road
He writes ev'rything's been returned which was owed
On the back of the fish truck that loads
While my conscience explodes
The harmonicas play the skeleton keys and the rain
And these visions of Johanna are now all that remain"
(the last verse of "Visions of Johanna" -- Bob Dylan, 1966)
Paintings by Marc Chagall:
The Blue Fiddler
From page 300 of Writings and Drawings of Bob Dylan, published in 1973: