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Robert Adams photography

Robert Adams Photography at DAM: A Bodhisattva Sees the West | AdobeAirstream

Green -- When I think of green, I don't just think of the concept of "being" green, I think of why many make the effort to "be" green: To keep places like this around, and thriving.

Cyanotype by Anna Atkins (1797-1871) Atkins was the world's first woman photographer and the first person ever to publish a photographically illustrated book (British Algae, 1843). She took up what she called 'Sir John Herschel's beautiful process of cyanotype' as soon as it was invented in 1842. This is the title page of her second series of botanical illustrations.

Anna Atkins, 'Title page of British Ferns' | V&A

Claire Basler.Botanical Paintings (working in an old ironworks on the outskirts of Paris)//

Claire Basler - Shelley Davies

Abstract Landscape Painting Large Contemporary Acrylic - original fine art - west elm artist

Mark Rothko Light, Earth and Blue, 1954

Ariel view of tulip fields.

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• Mark Rothko / No. 3

Olivier Rouault

alberto seveso - ink in water

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art

UK based artist Jonathan Fuller uses bits of wave-worn glass he’s gathered along the Cornish coastline. Beautifully gradated sea glass, embedded into cut wood panels.

'Red on Maroon', Mark Rothko | Tate

Mark Rothko, 'Red on Maroon' 1959

paintings by geoffrey johnson

Mark Rothko, Untitled No. 15: also love Rothko. So much focus on the pure emotion art can evoke & express.

Cave to Canvas, deadpaint: Mark Rothko, Untitled No. 15

Mark Rothko His paintings always take me outside of the moment and make feel something immediate.

artboardnyc: Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1949, oil on canvas.

"Yellow, Cherry, Orange", by Mark Rothko (1947) "if all you see is color relationships, you are missing the point" Rothko was a crazy and to him art was a religion and a way of life. Good art was a virtue and bad art was a sin. He and his wife made a "cathedral" called the Rothko chapel. check it out. - the encyclopedia of painting

Sophie Victoria Elliott

greg hargreaves

Morning Fog

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, 1875

Cave to Canvas, alecshao: James Abbott McNeill Whistler -...


Untitled Part VII - Cy Twombly

Untitled Part VII - Cy Twombly -


Original Art By Judy Mackey | – Online Art Gallery

Vincent Van Gogh - Flowers in a Vase, 1890

ALONGTIMEALONE: nataliakoptseva: Flowers in a Vase, 1890 ...

Dawn Beach - Fred Cuming