Counting Lightly by Leonard Simon, illustrated by Ted Schroeder (1964).

Counting Lightly by Leonard Simon, illustrated by Ted Schroeder The artist shows the emphasis using a tree on the top of the hill. What makes the tree stand out further is the lust green leaves as opposed to the trees at the lower end of the hill.

Sadamasa Motonaga.

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by The Art Mosaic Factory…

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Nicolas de Staël: Illustration for folio of poems by Jacques Dubourg -- woodcut, Paris, Folio. edition limited to 120 copies

Coffee Packaging Design Curated by Little Buddha

Pattern and Coffee! Two of my favourite things - together! This was a fun pattern to make. but it is even more fun to see this pa.


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the art room plant: Walktheline by Kinchoi Lam.

by Nicolas de Staël (1914 – 1955)

yama-bato: “ Nicolas de Staël [+] Abstract Figure 1954 Oil painting here ”

Forest ~ Jean Jullien  #art #illustration

Forest

Jean Jullien, Forest (solo show at Kemistry Gallery, London)

"American Sunrise" by Guy Billout

American Sunrise

Illustrator Guy Billout was an inspiration for Adventures in Archi-torturia contemporary digi art print modernist graphic illustration

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