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nuthin' but time

Ton Dubbeldam, Early Spring

Windy Poplars Room, Ton Dubbeldam "Early Spring"

Throwaway Architecture


Jean (Hans) Arp 1887, Strasbourg - 1966, Basel Bud (Bourgeon) 1957 Bronze 128.5 x 52 x 34 cm.

IMAGINE - The Israel Museum's searchable collections database

Love, mother and child


snowflake border vector - Google Search

The Cottage Madonna - Jozef Israels

The Day Before Parting - Jozef Israels (c.1862)

Folmer Hansen at his Kick Wheel. Brochure picture 1981

Hansen-Ross (Folmer Hansen and David Ross)

Albrecht Dürer. Courtyard of the Former Castle in Innsbruck without Clouds. 1494

Jean-Etienne Liotard’s La Belle Chocolatière

WTF Art History: I prefer Jean-Etienne Liotard’s La Belle...

Forest violets and forget-me-nots, Isaac Levitan, 1889

Forest violets and forget-me-nots - Isaac Levitan -

A. Y. Jackson - Blue Gentians Alexander Young Jackson, ( 1882 – 1974) was a Canadian painter and a founding member of the Group of Seven.

Albrecht Dürer studies with pillows 1493

Garry Winogrand (American, 1928–1984). Los Angeles, 1969. Gelatin silver print. Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

artemisdreaming: .Yūgen (幽玄): an awareness of the universe that triggers emotional responses too deep and mysterious to be described. Yūgen (幽玄) is an important concept in traditional Japanese aesthetics. The exact translation of the word depends on the context. In the Chinese philosophical texts the term was taken from, yūgen meant “dim”, “deep” or “mysterious”. In the criticism of Japanese waka poetry, it was used to describe the subtle profundity of things that are only vaguely suggested ...

Image of Anti-guffwatch: 'What is critical discourse?'

"You can't really teach improvisation, any more than you can teach jazz. Neither modern jazz nor modern architecture survived." Witold Rybczynski


Big Red & Shiny: Bad Language

Big Red & Shiny: Bad Language

888,246 Ceramic Poppies Surround the Tower of London to Commemorate WWI

I find the story behind this incredibly moving: Image of WW1 officer identified on Art Detective

Portrait of a Woman, Gaulli, c.1670s

Image of New acquisitions at the Met

“Donna che legge - Woman reading” Dean Cornwell (1892-1960)