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Roger Lane

Portrait of a Woman, Mughal, c1640


Sarah Yeoman - Work Zoom: Anemones

Polly Patch. Wonderful work by Magaly Ohika

Flowers Kees Van Dongen

Hoshi Joichi (1913-1979)

alexandrainspire: Hoshi Joichi (1913-1979)

“Madame Hayden 1918 Amedeo Modigliani ”

ARTFINDER: Cobalt and Tulips - Still Life Painti... by Karen Whitworth - As soft light illuminates this cobalt vase, it gently filters through the delicate and colorful flower petals. Spring tulips are beautiful symbols of winters...

Cobalt and Tulips - Still Life Painting of Flowers and Vase, 2015 by Karen Whitworth

ARTFINDER: Flying Lovers by Hildegarde Handsaeme -

Flying Lovers, 2012 by Hildegarde Handsaeme

the circle of elephants depicts the attack on Mecca by Abraha Ebrehe, king of Yemen, around 570, who brought his war elephants intending to destroy the Kaaba.

Olaf Hajek

Projects - Nathaniel Mather

Nathaniel Mather

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fall from a Balcony c. 1803 artist unknown

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fall from a Balcony

U by indiandollartworks, via Flickr

stone curve by omnia

♥ Joan Dumouchel

Artodyssey: Joan Dumouchel

Aaron Allen Westerburg

the poetry of material things

gérard collas -sculpteur-assemblage-art singulier-poisson

Force by George Shipperley

Edgewood Orchard Galleries


Detailed fantasy drawings by Magdalena Korzeniewska (Bubug) - Bleaq

abstract painting by Suzan Buckner thriftycollageartist 18 x 18 acrylic on wood, 2011 thriftycollageart...

Pointsettias / Watercolor By Paul de Longpre c.1908

Artfinding : Visit the best galleries in the world

Pieter Bruegel the Elder >> The Misanthrope |

Literary Pursuits of a Young Lady. Alexei Alexeivich Harlamoff (Russian Academic Painter 1842-1922). Oil on canvas. Private collection. Harlamoff learned his skills by copying Old Master painters such as Rembrandt. He also became a respected portrait painter, with such important sitters as Tsar Alexander II. Perhaps Harlamoff’s most beloved subjects were informal portraits of peasant girls "whom he painted for their beauty and innocence.”

William Nicholson | Lillies of the Valley, 1925