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just artists i love

Sep 16

nevver:

Solstice, Aron Wiesenfeld


pearlsandcurlsandgin:

Detail - Irises by Vincent Van Gogh

pearlsandcurlsandgin:

Detail - Irises by Vincent Van Gogh

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Sep 15

lisa401971:

Fruit paintings
by Dennis J. Wojtkiewicz

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asylum-art:

Sculptures by Emil Alzamora

Peruvian sculptor Emil Alzamora enjoys exaggerating and distorting the human form in the name of his beautiful and unique creations.  His eye catching works serve as manifestations of the pleasure and pain of the human experience, and often display unusually exaggerated limbs and contorted flesh, in order to communicate psychic trauma.

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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Coyoacán, Mexico) - What The Water Gave Me, 1938

Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Coyoacán, Mexico) - What The Water Gave Me, 1938

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Sep 14

natamoraru:

Étude sur le phénomène de l’amour, technique mixte sur papier, 38 x 56 cm. Par Stéphanie Béliveau.


asylum-art:

 UNMASK:

is made up of  Liu Zhan Kuangjun and Tan Tianwei.

They all met while students of the sculpture department at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.

Since 2001 and three artists have been working together in this collective. Popular in both the East and the West, UNMASK have strong design elements to their sculptures and installations.

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data-viitoare:

Artist:

Daliah Ammar

"Remember to Forget"

Oil on Canvas

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belaquadros:

Marc Chagall

belaquadros:

Marc Chagall


asylum-art:

      A living photography By chris fraser

My light installations use the camera obscura as a point of departure. they are immersive optical environments, idealized spaces with discreet openings. in translating the outside world into moving fields of light and color, the projections make an argument for an unfixed notion of sight. motion emphasizes the vitality of these projections. whether through the slow arc of the sun, the kinetic pace of pedestrian traffic, or a sometimes easy pulse of wind, each work responds to an environment in flux.

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Sep 13

asylum-art:

The Visionary Worlds of Agostino Arrivabene

Artist on Tumblr | Facebook

MIROIR Magazine:  There is a spiritual quality to your paintings, what inspires the visions you paint?

Agostino Arrivabene:  I think it’s a dimension of suspense and anticipation. Since I was a child, when I lost my mother prematurely, this loss placed me in front of the unknown, and that which abruptly takes life. For me, death, from the start, became synonymous with questions without answers and for a long time death became identified with a voyage without destination, a search towards the unknown. The certainty and conviction in myself grew roots towards that diaphragm that divides the real world from the spiritual. The diaphragm that separates and the vibrations necessary to give pictorial substance to my iconographic world. 

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110-33-188-53:

Claude Monet in his garden at Giverny France. circa  1887 - 1920

Bottom picture shows Claude Monet with Ker-Xavier Roussel and Edouard Vuillard in 1929

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