El rincón de Brucknercito
Ayer me criticarón pero ahora soy el criticón del despeñadero de la vida.
El rincón de Brucknercito
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blastedheath:

Mihail Chemiakin (Russian, b. 1943), Carnival (from the Carnival of St. Petersburg Series), 1980. Oil on canvas, 45 x 45 in.
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jes68:

artmolecula:
Henri Matisse
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aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
aide-factory:

"Hommage" series of drawings by Ute Rathmann
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templeofapelles:

detail from Bellona, Rembrandt
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huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
huffingtonpost:

This Is How Much The Female Portrait Has Evolved In The Last 500 Years
Art history books have a reputation of showcasing dead, white, European males — DWEM — and the (mostly white) women they handpicked as muses. Portrait after portrait reveals a woman’s face through a man’s gaze, casting a rather unsavory light on the tendency of artists to eroticize, objectify or idolize the female form.
See the full video for a striking look at the female portrait.
(Souce:  artFido)
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conflictingheart:

Lago di Como, Italy
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stayfr-sh:

Téléphérique du Brévent à Chamonix
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colin-vian:

  Pablo Picasso - Prostitutes at a Bar (Blue Period)
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pagefullofart:

Montserrat Gudiol (b.1933, Barcelona)
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historicaltimes:

Books float on the street after a library on Rue Jacob, Paris is flooded during the Great 1910 Parisian Flood
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eaudubain:

Jean Dubuffet, Butterfly-Wing Figure, 1953
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art—gallery:

Ceiling of Napoleon’s Tomb, Charles de la Fosse
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hadrian6:

The Law Descends to Earth. 1827.  Michel Martin Drolling. French 1789-1851. oil/canvas.
http:hadrian6.tumblr.com
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dreams-in-my-sky:

Carlo Maria Mariani