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May 18 2018

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master-painters:

Sir William Russell Flint - A white beach, Morar (Top)

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Sir William Russell Flint - In a shady hollow (Bottom)

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May 17 2018

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womeninarthistory:

Jiwoon Pak

May 11 2018

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bobbycaputo:

Stunning Portraits of African Immigrants by Dagmar Van Weeghel

May 10 2018

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barcarole:

Some of Léon Bakst’s set designs for the Ballets Russes:

  • Boris Godunov (1908) 
  • Scheherezade (1910)
  • L’après-midi d’une faune (1912)
  • Daphnis et Chloé (1912)

May 09 2018

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womeninarthistory:

Naomi Okubo

May 02 2018

April 24 2018

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2000-lightyearsfromhome:

℗ Sten Didrik Bellander

April 19 2018

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marisa-ramirez:

vanessa cooper

April 15 2018

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womeninarthistory:

Andrea Brown

April 14 2018

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womeninarthistory:

Jiwoon Pak

April 12 2018

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da-da-sk:

Goxwa Borg

“melody”

April 03 2018

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fleurdulys:

Wizja - Witold Pruszkowski

March 29 2018

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nemuiro:

星に願いを
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boudhabar:

Julia Fuchs

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howtoseewithoutacamera:

by Jakob Tuggerer 

From the book Factory.

“In 1943, in the middle of the Second World War, Tuggerer’s book Fabrik (Factory) appeared. At first glance, the series of 72 photographs without a text contained therein seems to depict a kind of history of industrialisation – from the rural textile industry to mechanical engineering and high-voltage electrical engineering to modern power plant construction in the mountains. An in-depth reading, however, shows that Tuggener’s film-associative series of photographs simultaneously points to the destructive potential of unrestrained technological progress, as a result of which he sees the then raging World War, and for which the Swiss arms industry produced unlimited weapons. Tuggener was ahead of his time with the book conceived according to the laws of silent film.” [x]

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mythologyofblue:

A young orchard with Mt. Hood (from The Dalles, Ore..
Lantern Slide Collection, Box 1, #105) (via ohsresearchlibrary)

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mydarkenedeyes:

Dima RebusMoving/What Is The Time Difference? (2017)

March 27 2018

March 23 2018

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arterialtrees:

Anselm Kiefer

Für Jean Genet, 1969
Bound watercolor on paper, graphite, original photographs, women’s hair and canvas strips on cardboard (24 pages)
26 ¼ x 20 x 1 ½ inches (66.5 x 51 x 4 cm)

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