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antelucanhourglass:

Piet Mondrian, Amaryllis, 1910.
To celebrate Weepies Chagall's birthday. 
Amaryllis bloom
Twas the week before Christmas
Your Happy Birthday
Déc 18, 2013 / 32 notes

antelucanhourglass:

Piet Mondrian, Amaryllis, 1910.

To celebrate Weepies Chagall's birthday. 

Amaryllis bloom

Twas the week before Christmas

Your Happy Birthday

lonequixote:

Blue II ~ Joan Miro
Déc 18, 2013 / 259 notes
adapto:

L Verkler
Oct 22, 2013 / 20 055 notes
thestylishgypsy:

Second by Anne Moore
Sep 13, 2013 / 215 notes

thestylishgypsy:

Second by Anne Moore

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erickalugoillustration:

Glasses.
This is available as a print here: http://society6.com/ErickaLugo/Glasses-U4u
Sep 5, 2013 / 2 722 notes

erickalugoillustration:

Glasses.

This is available as a print here: 
http://society6.com/ErickaLugo/Glasses-U4u

Sep 4, 2013 / 27 notes
venusmilk:

František Kupka, Prometheus in chains, 1905
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Sep 2, 2013 / 181 notes

venusmilk:

František Kupka, Prometheus in chains, 1905

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newyorker:

Alison Lurie on a literary history of knitting: http://nyr.kr/1dQm9Yo

“Knitting was practical and plebian; fancy work was largely decorative, and prestigiously useless.
In nineteenth-century literature, it’s often true that good women knit and bad women crochet or do fancy work.”

Illustration by Nolan Pelletier.
Sep 2, 2013 / 2 967 notes

newyorker:

Alison Lurie on a literary history of knitting: http://nyr.kr/1dQm9Yo

“Knitting was practical and plebian; fancy work was largely decorative, and prestigiously useless.

In nineteenth-century literature, it’s often true that good women knit and bad women crochet or do fancy work.”

Illustration by Nolan Pelletier.

Sep 2, 2013 / 16 231 notes

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books0977:

Harpist. Greek Virgins series (1900). Raphael Kirchner (Austrian, Art Nouveau, 1876-1917). Publisher Theodor Stroefer. Lithograph with metallic pigment on card stock. Postcard.
Kirchner produced over a thousand published paintings and drawings, mostly in the form of picture postcards. Kirchner’s often mildly erotic paintings of feminine beauty, in convenient postcard and magazine page form, were among the early pin-ups favored by European and American soldiers in WW I.
Sep 2, 2013 / 4 567 notes

books0977:

Harpist. Greek Virgins series (1900). Raphael Kirchner (Austrian, Art Nouveau, 1876-1917). Publisher Theodor Stroefer. Lithograph with metallic pigment on card stock. Postcard.

Kirchner produced over a thousand published paintings and drawings, mostly in the form of picture postcards. Kirchner’s often mildly erotic paintings of feminine beauty, in convenient postcard and magazine page form, were among the early pin-ups favored by European and American soldiers in WW I.

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