- Middle English wreien, wraien, wrayen ("to show, make known, accuse"), from Old English wrēġan ("to urge, incite, stir up, accuse, impeach"), from Proto-Germanic *wrōgijanan. Akin to Dutch wroegen, German rügen, Swedish röja. (Wiktionary)
“Dan Pinkham Gold Metal winner posted by william wray at 11:39 AM”
“Motel 5x7 oil on linen posted by william wray at 8:26 PM”
“Edward Seago perhaps my favorite British Landscape painter. posted by william wray at 10:12 AM”
“Do have to tell you who is who? posted by william wray at 10:30 AM”
“Got lazy and just picked out a grab bag of random artist scans I like posted by william wray at 11:04 PM”
“Old artists I like JC Leyendecker posted by william wray at 5:39 PM”
“Labels: Forum art Gallery posted by william wray at 7:24 PM”
“I don't care for Photorealism, but do like some Realist painters who have good composition, color, feeling and editing skills like John Register, an artist that Tony Peters turned me onto. posted by william wray at 12:33 PM”
“Artists I like: Fred Cuming posted by william wray at 11:13 AM”
“I lost the windows it turned into art. posted by william wray at 10:31 AM”
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