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leifpodhajsky:

'Feather II' See the pair at 'Synesthesia' exhibition, Paris.

Excited for the exhibition in Paris!
Aug 20, 2014 / 102 notes

leifpodhajsky:

'Feather II' See the pair at 'Synesthesia' exhibition, Paris.

Excited for the exhibition in Paris!

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Aug 20, 2014 / 1 note

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sempius:

Leaving Rondvassbu by katersocks on Flickr.
Jul 23, 2014 / 2,887 notes
books0977:

La Valse (1893). Félix Vallotton (Swiss, 1865-1925). Oil on canvas. MuMa Le Havre.
This painting depicts pairs skaters twirling on the runway of the former Ice Palace at the roundabout of the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Faithful to the principles of the Nabi movement, which aims to overcome the barriers of painting realism and perspective, the fabric is treated with an obvious simplification of forms.
Jul 23, 2014 / 139 notes

books0977:

La Valse (1893). Félix Vallotton (Swiss, 1865-1925). Oil on canvas. MuMa Le Havre.

This painting depicts pairs skaters twirling on the runway of the former Ice Palace at the roundabout of the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Faithful to the principles of the Nabi movement, which aims to overcome the barriers of painting realism and perspective, the fabric is treated with an obvious simplification of forms.

inmensus:

untitled by coolhandluke on Flickr.
Jul 23, 2014 / 646 notes

inmensus:

untitled by coolhandluke on Flickr.

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books0977:

Summer Afternoon in the Garden. Evert Pieters (Dutch, 1856-1932). Oil on canvas.
Pieters became a pupil of Charles Verlat and Theodor Verstraete. He was a member of the Pulchri studio in the Hage and Arti et Amicitiaein Amsterdam. In 1896 he won gold medals in Paris and St. Louis, and in 1898 a gold medal in Barcelona. In 1900 he won a silver medal at the World Expo in Paris.
Jul 23, 2014 / 81 notes

books0977:

Summer Afternoon in the Garden. Evert Pieters (Dutch, 1856-1932). Oil on canvas.

Pieters became a pupil of Charles Verlat and Theodor Verstraete. He was a member of the Pulchri studio in the Hage and Arti et Amicitiaein Amsterdam. In 1896 he won gold medals in Paris and St. Louis, and in 1898 a gold medal in Barcelona. In 1900 he won a silver medal at the World Expo in Paris.

marcolinguardo:

Gustav Klimt, Saturno
Jul 15, 2014 / 639 notes

marcolinguardo:

Gustav Klimt, Saturno

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Perfect way to spent a rainy afternoon…
Jul 10, 2014

Perfect way to spent a rainy afternoon…

wasbella102:

By Adeline Mai
Jul 7, 2014 / 169 notes

wasbella102:

By Adeline Mai

hsiaoron:

A portrait of Blodeuwedd for Oh Comely Magazine upcoming issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

Blodeuwedd: The Flower Woman

(Middle Welsh composite name from blodeu ’flowers, blossoms’ + gwedd ’face, aspect, appearance’: “flower face”), is the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes in Welsh mythology, made from the flowers of broom, meadowsweet and the oak by the magicians Math and Gwydion, and is a central figure in the fourth branch of the Mabinogi.
Jul 7, 2014 / 602 notes

hsiaoron:

A portrait of Blodeuwedd for Oh Comely Magazine upcoming issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

Blodeuwedd: The Flower Woman
(Middle Welsh composite name from blodeu ’flowers, blossoms’ + gwedd ’face, aspect, appearance’: “flower face”), is the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes in Welsh mythology, made from the flowers of broommeadowsweet and the oak by the magicians Math and Gwydion, and is a central figure in the fourth branch of the Mabinogi.

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books0977:

Boy reading with other students. Extremadura, Province of Caceres, Deleitosa, Spain, 1951. From “Spanish Village” photo-essay. By W. Eugene Smith (American, 1918-1978).
Smith, from Kansas, eventually moved to New York City and began working for Newsweek. He became known there for his incessant perfectionism and thorny personality. Smith was fired from Newsweek for refusing to use medium format cameras, and joined Life Magazine in 1939 using a 35mm camera.
Jul 7, 2014 / 96 notes

books0977:

Boy reading with other students. Extremadura, Province of Caceres, Deleitosa, Spain, 1951. From “Spanish Village” photo-essay. By W. Eugene Smith (American, 1918-1978).

Smith, from Kansas, eventually moved to New York City and began working for Newsweek. He became known there for his incessant perfectionism and thorny personality. Smith was fired from Newsweek for refusing to use medium format cameras, and joined Life Magazine in 1939 using a 35mm camera.

Allons-y!
Jul 7, 2014
hellogoodbyeheart:

Old Books…Magic… | via Tumblr on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/121608708/via/WonderlandsMagic
Jul 7, 2014 / 400 notes

hellogoodbyeheart:

Old Books…Magic… | via Tumblr on We Heart It
http://weheartit.com/entry/121608708/via/WonderlandsMagic

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