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    Pinturas que me fashean


    Pinturas que me fashean

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    Boamistura

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    Laura Gurton - Unknown Species #58, 2012. Oil, Alkyd Acrylic on Linen, 60" x 36".

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    Lorraine Carey Pink Dusky

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    wasbella102: Sergio Albiac:  Unreleased thoughts 03

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    Jack Potter

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    Love this piece of artwork. It's about a story of a little girl and a deer in winter in the quiet and nice woods.//ancagrayworks

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    Silent Music - Luc Tuymans

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    Scanning experiments - Linn Wie

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    Robert Motherwell - “Art is an experience, not an object.”

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    Michelangelo

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    Favorite M.C. Escher picture ever

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    Mind Map - Dreamscape Series/ Original artwork by Patricia Oblack

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    (top) Banded iron formation, “red jasper and iron magnetite… formed billions of years ago” – American Museum of Natural History | (bottom) Eroded & paint splattered wall – Williamsburg

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    frida kahlo

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    Diego Rivera-SLEEP

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    Stanley Donwood

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    Rothko

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    Guernica - Pablo Picasso

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    Klimt

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    Highways & Byways (1929) Paul Klee

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    Mark Rothko — sublime meditations on color. Many of his canvases are huge. I believe that he wanted the viewer to feel immersed in color as he was in the act of creation, and that his paintings were an attempt to rediscover and provide pure sensory experience. I imagine that he may have felt bereft when a painting was completed, but this is probably pure projection.

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    Frida Kahlo

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