Man Ray Ernest Hemingway, Paris 1923 “The rich were dull and they drank too much or they played too much backgammon. They were dull and they were repetitious. He remembered poor Julian and his romantic awe of them and how he had started a story once that began, ‘The very rich are different from you and me.’ And how someone had said to Julian, ‘Yes, they have more money.’ Ernest Hemingway, “The Snows of Kilimanjaro,” 1936 Paris, Ernesthemingway, Man Ray, Ernest Hemingway, Manray, Avant-Garde, Foxes, Portraits, Forefront
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Matisse's Self Portrait in a Red Striped T-Shirt
Avto Varazi, georgian painter
Self-Portrait with Dark Felt Hat at the Easel - Vincent van Gogh
Jeanne Hébuterne by Amedeo Modigliani
Amadeo Modigliani in his atelier, Paris ca 1915 -by Paul Guillaume
Jeanne Hebuterne. Muse and common-law spouse of Modigliani. When her beloved Modi died of meningitis, Jeanne, pregnant with their second child, threw herself backwards out of the window to her death. She was 21 years old. Jeanne Hébutern, The Artists, Rocks Stars, Jeanne Hebuterne, 19Th Century, Children, Beauty, Portraits, Amedeo Modigliani
Jeanne Hébuterne - French artist and wife of Amedeo Modigliani
Self-Portrait Umberto Boccioni,1908. France
Self-Portrait by Umberto Boccioni
Self-Portrait Giorgio de Chirico (Italian (born Greece), Vólos 1888–1978 Rome) Date: 1911
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Self-Portrait
The italian painter Mario Mafai -1930 by Ghitta Carell
Le photographe Henri Cartier-Bresson, avec sa famille, en 1908
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Urban street culture became a defining influence on art, fashion, and music of the 1980′s, in particular in New York. Keith Haring was preeminent among the young artists, filmmakers, performers, and musicians whose work responded to these impulses and helped shape the culture of that decade. Inspiration, Nyc Subway, Gay Artists, Haring 19581990, Artskeith Haring, Icons, Keith Herring, Keith Harness, People
"Not Just Another Fashion Blog": Spotlight Designer: Keith Haring
Chalk portrait of Caravaggio by Ottavio Leoni, circa 1621.
Born in Nyack, New York, Edward Hopper (1882-1967) captured the twentieth-century isolation, energy, and endeavor of America’s cities and towns, countryside, and coastline. Hopper’s widow bequeathed his entire artistic estate to the Whitney Museum of American Art. Art Express, Edward Hopper Art, Hopper 18821967, The Artists, American Art, Famous Artists, Artists Portraits, People, Oil Painting