Post(s) tagged with "art"

kendallstorey:

by Tennessee Williams, a journal entry from Notebooks, published by Yale University Press. 

kendallstorey:

by Tennessee Williams, a journal entry from Notebooks, published by Yale University Press. 

Source: kendallstorey

100artistsbook:

Giovanni Battista Moroni - The Gentleman in Pink

100artistsbook:

Giovanni Battista Moroni - The Gentleman in Pink

Source: tekiela-select

The Lute Player

The Lute Player

Source: baroqueart

jeoblivion:

Wojciech Weiss, “Ecce Homo” , oil on canvas, 1934, 180x132 cm, private collection

jeoblivion:

Wojciech Weiss, “Ecce Homo” , oil on canvas, 1934, 180x132 cm, private collection

Source: jeoblivion

ymutate:

William H. Johnson (American artist, 1901-1970) Three Friends 1944-45 Print, found here

ymutate:

William H. Johnson (American artist, 1901-1970) Three Friends 1944-45 Print, found here

Source: ymutate

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hendricksonart:

Make. Good. Art. 

Source: hendricksonart

goodmemory:

hexentexte:

Eliseo Mattiacci - To Think the Thought, 1973
Scanned from Body Art and Performance: The Body as Language by Lea Vergine

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goodmemory:

hexentexte:

Eliseo Mattiacci - To Think the Thought, 1973

Scanned from Body Art and Performance: The Body as Language by Lea Vergine

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Source: hexentexte

alecshao:

Jorge Mendez Blake - El Castillo (The Castle), 2008

Source: likeafieldmouse

vwcampervan-aldridge:

 **This is not another story** 2005 Pavement art by Richard Deacon

100 resin bricks set in the pavement outside the Ikon gallery Brindley Place Birmingham. Plastic Fragments collected from Beahces all round the UK then set in resin into the pavement. 

“”Fixed into the pavement, the plastic has been reinserted back into the city, underfoot and unnoticed blurring the line between Art and everyday Life”“

We often presume creativity is the domain of youth, that great artists are young geniuses, brash and brilliant iconoclasts…

…But there’s another path to artistic success, one that doesn’t rely on sudden flashes of insight but on the trial-and-error accumulation of knowledge that ultimately leads to novel manifestations of wisdom and judgment. This is Eastwood’s and Bourgeois’ path — and it was the path for a host of other artists: Titian and Rembrandt, Monet and Rodin, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, Mark Twain and Henry James, Robert Frost and Elizabeth Bishop, to name a few. (Twain wrote “Tom Sawyer” at 41 and bettered it with “Huckleberry Finn” at 50; Wright completed Fallingwater at 72 and worked on the Guggenheim Museum until his death at 91.)

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It’s never too late to create David W Galenson and Joshua Kotin in the LA Times, 30 January 2007.

Hear hear!!

(via sillywhatwell)

Source: sillywhatwell

ronulicny:

“Chanel Guillotine”, 1998
 By: TOM SACHS

ronulicny:

Chanel Guillotine”, 1998

 By: TOM SACHS

Source: ronulicny

artruby:

Yoan Capote, Nostalgia, (2004). 

artruby:

Yoan Capote, Nostalgia, (2004). 

Source: artruby

fyeahsuperheroes:

Street Art by Houston’s YouthFrida Kahlo as Wonder Woman.

fyeahsuperheroes:

Street Art by Houston’s Youth
Frida Kahlo as Wonder Woman.

Source: Flickr / neighborhoodcentersinc

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