stilllifequickheart:

Maria Oakey Dewing
A Bed of Poppies
1909

stilllifequickheart:

Maria Oakey Dewing

A Bed of Poppies

1909

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konfetti:

 lieblingsdecke

konfetti:

 lieblingsdecke

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dailyartjournal:

Leslie Pilgrim, “NKB #444”

dailyartjournal:

Leslie Pilgrim, “NKB #444”

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iceblack:

John McLaughlin

iceblack:

John McLaughlin

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batixa:

(via halcyon days: Where type dies and goes to heaven in Paris.)

batixa:

(via halcyon days: Where type dies and goes to heaven in Paris.)

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stilllifequickheart:

Jane Willis Taylor
Red Dahlia
2004

stilllifequickheart:

Jane Willis Taylor

Red Dahlia

2004

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iceblack:

Heimo Zobernig

iceblack:

Heimo Zobernig

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alecshao:

Pep Ventosa

alecshao:

Pep Ventosa

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artpropelled:

Ales Faley

artpropelled:

Ales Faley

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bildwerk:

CHRISTOPHER WOOL
One Monotype in Red on Suzuki, 1989 Monotype in red, on Suzuki paper, the full sheet, S. 37 1/4 x 24 1/2 in. (94.6 x 62.2 cm)
Monotypes combine the spontaneity of painting with the sensuousness of  printed inks and paper, creating a unique surface that is unlike any  other in art. Many people are oblivious to the subtle attraction: they  focus on the image and ignore the way that inks pressed and absorbed  into paper can pull the viewer in, past the image. Elizabeth Broun, Director of the National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C., 1997

bildwerk:

CHRISTOPHER WOOL

One Monotype in Red on Suzuki, 1989
Monotype in red, on Suzuki paper, the full sheet, S. 37 1/4 x 24 1/2 in. (94.6 x 62.2 cm)

Monotypes combine the spontaneity of painting with the sensuousness of printed inks and paper, creating a unique surface that is unlike any other in art. Many people are oblivious to the subtle attraction: they focus on the image and ignore the way that inks pressed and absorbed into paper can pull the viewer in, past the image.
Elizabeth Broun, Director of the National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C., 1997

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twentysixtypes:

But she did not forget her dream, (by Depression Press)

twentysixtypes:

But she did not forget her dream, (by Depression Press)

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workman-studio:

Pod Project - Sinking 4
Mixed media encaustic painting on canvas, 6” x 6”
 (by werkadopolis)
More info at:  http://workman-studio.tumblr.com/post/16680010557/the-pod-project

workman-studio:

Pod Project - Sinking 4

Mixed media encaustic painting on canvas, 6” x 6”

 (by werkadopolis)

More info at:  http://workman-studio.tumblr.com/post/16680010557/the-pod-project

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oxane:

copy this v2 by ▲andrei▲
another remix of this piece:capm87.deviantart.com/art/Copy-This-updated-105956182

oxane:

copy this v2 by ▲andrei▲

another remix of this piece:
capm87.deviantart.com/art/Copy-This-updated-105956182

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