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Lady Aviendha Jul 17
"Port with Castle" is a painting by Flemish artist Paul Bril, who is principally known for his landscapes. He spent most of his active career in Rome and his Italianate landscapes had major influence on landscape painting in Italy and Northern Europe.
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GLEN PIERCE Jul 14
Art For The Day 🧐 'Mr Charlie' 1964, by Faith Ringgold.
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Ephemeral Elegance 21m
“Lady with a Fan” by illustrator William Haskell Coffin, 1906. Such a large, light fan would be perfect in this heat!
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Wilhelm Kotarbinski 2h
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Mike Kellett 7h
Guanyin, or Avalokiteśvara, is a prominent bodhisattva of the Mahayana Buddhist mythos. Her reverence, compassion, power, and mercy are noted in association with her relationship to Tianlong; heavenly dragons.
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Mike Kellett Jul 18
Makara, from the Hindu mythos, was a vehicle for the river goddess Ganga, and is often seen disgorging a serpent or Naga creature. Often used to decorate railings and entryways, this serpent is intended to guide and protect
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UWM Art History Dept & Emile H. Mathis Art Gallery 5h
Replying to @VanityFair
Considered a founder of , Degas also represents a complicated & controversial figure in as his fame as an artist is overshadowed by misogyny and anti-Semitism, as discussed by British art historian John Richardson in
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Swann Smith 19h
Sebastiano del Piombo was the man. The atmosphere he learned in the North, the solidity he learned in the south. Mic drop. Out of here.
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Wilhelm Kotarbinski Jul 18
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Viewer Jul 18
Doing some Caravaggio bibliographic work and discovering that there's a number of juvenile fiction works about the murderer who happened to paint well. The guy who painted his signature in John the Baptist's decapitated blood? Is that really age appropriate?
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History of Art Aberdeen Jul 18
Our favourite expert talking about our favourite contested 'Caravaggio' 🤩🎨🤩
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Ryan Hoskins Jul 17
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Joel Merriner Jul 18
This week I've been analysing one of the most unique, strange and fascinating visual interpretations I have yet encountered. Can't give too much detail right now, but it's already inspiring some seriously mind-bending iconographic attributions
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Eelco Kappe Jul 18
Van Gogh painted 36 self-portraits during his life. And while he saw a somewhat sad person in the mirror, he had found his passion and purpose for painting the rest of his life.
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Geri Walton Jul 16
Oil on cavans by Johan Joseph Zoffany of Queen Charlotte with her two oldest sons, c.1765.
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Eiderdown Books Jul 16
Revealing the front cover of the first book in our upcoming series! Sylvia Pankhurst by , delves into Pankhurst's artistic career, which created a striking visual culture for the modern women’s movement.
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Wilhelm Kotarbinski Jul 16
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Eelco Kappe Jul 16
What is your favorite Rococo painting? Many list The Swing by Fragonard among their favorites. A naughty painting showing a young man trying to peek under the skirt of his lover. Read more @
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Rebecca Van-Stein Jul 15
a great uni trip ? Showcasing the life and work of Picasso in his birth place of Malaga, a fascinating coastal City a real gem.
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Eelco Kappe Jul 15
Windmill in Sunlight was an important step forward in the development of Piet Mondrian's art. He decided to only use the three primary colors here, which eventually led to the development of his famous paintings with blocks and lines.
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