Escher, Mauritis (1899-1972) - 1935 #Self Portrait in Spherical Mirror
NEW YORK CITY—Eagle Bridge. One hundred-year-old artist Grandma Moses paints at her farm, 1960. © Cornell Capa Â© International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos
Monet, right, in his garden at Giverny, 1922.
Monet in his studio with the Duke of Treviso looking at the central part of the Luncheon on the Grass in 1920. via
Edgar Degas, Paris, 1912, photographer Albert Bartholomé
The models for American Gothic / In 1930, Iowa artist Grant Wood painted American Gothic. The models he used for the painting were his sister Nan Wood Graham and his dentist, Byron McKeeby. Here they are next to the painting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_gothic Models, Real People, Real Life, The Artists, The Real, Grant Wood, Grantwood, Painting, American Gothic
Grant Wood’s American Gothic with original models - Wood’s sister and dentist.
Portrait d’Auguste Renoir, ca 1916 -by Pierre Bonnard [some say “attributed” to P. Bonnard; others confirm the authorship]
Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a founder of French impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy of expressing one's perceptions before nature, especially as applied to plein-air landscape painting. Artists Studios, Painters Artists, Claude Monet Painting, Famous Artists, Impressionist Painting, Artists At Work, Landscapes Painting, Claude Monet Art, Water Lilies
Claude Monet at work on one of the waterlily paintings
Behind Every Stack Of Books, There Is A Flood Of Knowledge (Awesome painting) | Interesting Pictures
Stylish Solution to Unsightly Pet Crates. This also gives a pet a secure cave-like environment -which is the point of a crate in the first place. A safe place to hang out when you need a break from the humans. ♥
Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose 1885-6 - John Singer Sargent 1856-1925
'Carnival Eve' (date not specified) by Ulpiano Checa y Sanz (1860-1916). Oil on canvas
Flora Annie Steel. English Fairy Tales. London, 1927. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. ‘Catskin’.