Red Snapdragons. Georgia O'Keeffe, 1923. Am I the only person who thinks it's a great idea to put up prints of great art in your kids room and not just "kid stuff"? Won't the colors and shapes be stimulating? Could it lead to a greater appreciation for and creativity with artistic endeavors? Who knows. I'm going to find out.
Georgia O' Keefe
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Red Snapdragons, Georgia O'Keeffe, 1923. One of my favorite artists and my favorite female artist! You can't help but be inspired by her works! Love it!
This image makes me think of again a weaving pathway where I swirl around..perhaps using turnng and falling body actions to show weight transference Red Snapdragons - Georgia OKeeffe
Red Snapdragons - Georgia OKeeffe. She uses such vivid colors. No paints flowers and landscapes better.---abstracted flower project or just flowing shapes...colored pencil blended with paint thinner or crayons...watercolor???
Georgia O' Keeffe, Red Snapdragons
Favorite artist!! Georgia O' Keefe
Red Snapdragons - Georgia OKeeffe
Edward Weston, Cabbages, Art, Edwardweston, Photographer, Leaves, 1931, Photography
Cabbage Leaf, 1931 (39V) Artist: Edward Weston (1886-1958). Printed 1950-1951 photograph | gelatin silver print Source: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. American photographer. Landscapes, still lifes, nudes, portraits, genre scenes and even whimsical parodies.
Edward Weston, Cabbage Leaf, Gelatin silver photograph, 19.2 x 24.0cm. Collection Center for Creative Photography © 1981 Arizona Board of Regents. 1931
☾ Midnight Dreams ☽ dreamy & dramatic black and white photography - Cabbage leaf. Edward Weston 1931.
Edward Weston (1886 - 1958), Cabbage Leaf, 1931, tirage Brett Weston 1951, épreuve argentique, don de Jerome Hill, 1970 © Center for Creative Photography, The University of Arizona Foundation/ ADAGP, 2015
Edward Weston, Cabbage Leaf, California, USA, 1931, Gelatin silver print, 7 =6 x 9 /V. [Gift of T.J. Maloney. © 1981 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents. Digital Image © The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, New York #photography
Edward Weston - Cabbage Leaf, 1931. Weston abandoned pictorialism and went on to be one of the foremost champions of highly detailed photographic images. Over the course of his forty-year career Weston photographed an increasingly expansive set of subjects, including landscapes, still lifes, nudes, portraits, genre scenes and even whimsical parodies. �
Edward Weston, Cabbage Leaf, 1931. Gelatin Silver Print. 19.1*24.1cm. Collection center for creative Photography. The University of Arizona, Tucson.
Title: Cabbage Leaf (1931) /// Photographer: Edward Weston (1886-1958) /// Country: USA /// more pics at http://sometimesfromscratch.blogspot.mx/2009_04_01_archive.html
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Style, Christian Dior, Vintage Fashion, Dress, Fashion Photography, 50 S, 1950, Black
Vintage Fashion | Fashion Photography Editorials | Model Lucky in Dior. Photographed by Walde Huth in Paris, 1955.
design-is-fine: Walde Huth, photography of model Lucy in a Christian Dior Y-Shape dress, A/W 1955. Paris. Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Source
vintage black and white photography paris | vintage black and white model Deborah Michalski
Cocktail Dress Vanity Line Y Autumn/Winter 1955/56 Picture by Walde Huth
Model Lucky in Christian Dior Evening Ensemble, photo by Walde Huth, Paris, 1955
Walde Huth - Photographer. absolutely love this style of photography.
Paris Hotel Boutique Journal: Bygone Fashion Photography: Walde Huth
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dior 1950 Lautrec
Photos, Paris, Richard Avedon, Carmen Goldsmith, Style, Art, Richardavedon, Fashion Photography
Photo by Richard Avedon, 1957, Carmen Dell’Orefice (Homage to Munkácsi), Place François-Premier, Paris, Harper’s Bazaar Coat by Pierre Cardin
Carmen Dell'Orefice in Cardin - August 1957 - Place François Premier, Paris - Photo by Richard Avedon - Homage to Martin Munkacsi - @~ Mlle
Skipping the rain - Photo: Richard Avedon. Carmen Dell’Orefice (homage to Munkácsi), Place François-Premier, Paris. Harper’s Bazaar, 1957. Coat: Pierre Cardin.
vintage paris fashion Photography | Boston Museum of Fine Arts Hosts Richard Avedon Exhibit | SQUARE ...
Richard Avedon's earliest street scenes to his breakthrough 1950s Paris fashion pictures and the iconic celebrity portraits that brought him world renown. He has the ability to blur the lines between photojournalism, fashion photography, and fine art.
Carmen Dell'Orefice in Cardin - 1957 - Paris - Photo by Richard Avedon - Homage to Martin Munkacsi - @~ Mlle
Fashion photo. #richardavedon #blackandwhite #umbrella #godfathersofphotography
Style. Leaping the curb in heels! Richard Avedon photo.
Whether photographing politicians, artists, writers, fashion models, or movie stars, Richard Avedon revolutionized the genre of portraiture. He rejected conventional stiff-and-staid poses and instead captured both motion and emotion in the faces of his subjects, often encapsulating their intrigue in a single charged moment. SFMOMA is proud to be the only U.S. venue for this retrospective that spans the artist's remarkable career. Featuring nearly 200 photographs along with a selection of vintage magazines, the exhibition presents work ranging from Avedon's earliest street scenes to his breakthrough 1950s Paris fashion pictures and the iconic celebrity portraits that brought him world renown. This in-depth retrospective reveals Avedon's singular ability to blur the lines between photojournalism, fashion photography, and fine art. Source: http://www.sfmoma.org/exhib_events/exhibitions/384#ixzz1Q7pzSKz5 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Georgiaokeeffe, Georgia O Keeffe, Philippe Halsman, Photo, People, Georgia Okeefe
Georgia O'Keeffe...one of my favorite artists. Her work is innovative, daring, compelling and just plain gorgeous. Click on her photo to take you to a site that has several photos and interesting information about this pioneering American artist.
Georgia O'Keeffe (November 15, 1887 – March 6, 1986) was an American artist. photo taken by Philippe Halsman
American Classic: "I hate flowers - I paint them because they're cheaper than models and they don't move." - GEORGIA O'KEEFFE (photograph signed by PHILIPPE HALSMAN)
Georgia O'Keeffe. "I hate flowers - I paint them because they're cheaper than models and they don't move." Photo by Philippe Halsman.
Georgia O'Keeffe Profile Photography: Philippe Halsman (American, 1906–1979)
Philippe Halsman, Georgia O'Keeffe Profile. For everything....ever.
photo of artist Georgia O'Keeffe (1887 – 1986)
Icarus, Henri Matisse.
Icarus 1947, Artists, Blue, Henry Matisse, Henri Matisse, Paintings, Matisse 1869 1954
Embedded image permalink Henri #MATISSE, "ICARO" #art #artwit #twitart #followart #painting #icaro #iloveart #artist
Henri Matisse. Icarus (1943 - 1944). From the illustrated book, Jazz, published in 1947 by E. Tériade.
Icarus - Henri Matisse (1944) Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, UK
Icarus - Henri Matisse. 1944. #dazzlingblue #blue #art #pantone #coty #Sewcratic
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Henri Matisse, Icarus on ArtStack #henri-matisse #art
"Icarus", 1947 by Henri Matisse (1869-1954).
Artwork 9. Henri Matisse, Icarus, 1947
Henri Matisse, Icarus, 1944 #painting
Alfredstieglitz, Photos, Venetian Canal, Alfred Stieglitz, Art, Venice, White, Place, Photography
Venetian Canal, 1894 Photo: Alfred Stieglitz...lovely use of reflection, when photography as art was still new
Venetian Canal, 1894 Photo: Alfred Stieglitz...“Wherever there is light, one can photograph.” This lovely use of reflection, when photography as art was still new
Venetian Canal by Alfred Stieglitz,1897 ::: #Photography #Photo #Art #BlackAndWhitePhotography #OldPhotography
'Venetian Canal' aka 'A Bit of Venice' - 1897 - Photo by Alfred Stieglitz (American, 1864-1946) - @~ Mlle
Alfred Stieglitz was an American photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his fifty-year career in making photography an accepted art form. His photos were the first to ever be shown in an American Art Museum and recognized as an art form. Born: January 1, 1864, Hoboken, NJ Died: July 13, 1946, New York City, NY Spouse: Georgia O'Keeffe (m. 1924–1946) Period: American modernism Education: City College of New York
Venetian Canal (or A Bit of Venice) by Alfred Stieglitz, 1897 #Vintage #Photography
Vintage photo. Venetian Canal by Alfred Stieglitz, 1897. #photography, #places
Venetian Canal, 1894 Photo: Alfred Stieglitz #photography #venice
Venice Canal by Alfred Stieglitz, 1897. Photo in black and white.
Picture, Optical Illusions, Photo Ideas, Perspective Photography, Cool Ideas, Photo, Forced Perspective, Photography Ideas
Forced perspective photo ideas . Excellent. >> http://9gag.com/gag/2365754
Awesome perspective photos, Perspective optical illusion
Forced Perspective / Perspectiva forzada (photo / foto)
perspective photo ideas, pictures that make you smile
Forced Perspective! Love these kind of pictures.
perspective photography ideas! nice :) xx <3
forced perspective- photography ideas
Forced perspective. Super cool ideas!
Forced Perspective Optical Illusion
One of the most important things that O'Keeffe provided for Stieglitz was the muse he had always wanted. He photographed O'Keeffe obsessively between 1918 and 1925 in what was the most prolific period in his entire life. During this period he produced more than 350 mounted prints of O'Keeffe that portrayed a wide range of her character, moods and beauty
Georgia O Keefe - Alfred Stieglitz
Alfredstieglitz, Georgia O Keeffe, Alfred Stieglitz, Okeeffe, Artist, Photo
Alfred Stieglitz, the photographer who introduced many artists to audiences in the United States, was born 150 years ago today on 1-1 in 1864. Stieglitz was photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his fifty-year career in making photography an accepted art form. He was married to famed artist Georgia O'Keeffe who's photograph he took shown here in 1918.
Georgia O'Keeffe was born in sun Prairie, Wisconsin on November 15, 1887. She longed to be an artist from an early age and had her first exhibition without her knowledge when Alfred Stieglitz featured her work in his gallery. Photo by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918.
Georgia O'Keeffe,1918. Modest, private, unique and beautiful artist. Photographed by close friend and lover, Alfred Stieglitz~
Georgia O'KEEFFE (1887-1986) :: American artist :: photo by her husband Alfred STIEGLITZ
Georgia O’Keeffe, photo by Alfred Stieglitz. Supposedly O’Keeffe liked to paint in the nude.
Georgia O'Keeffe (Photo portrait by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918)
alfredstieglitz - Google Search portrait of Georgia O'Keefe
Alfred Steiglitz photo of Georgia O Keeffe 1918
Georgia O Keefe by Alfred Stieglitz
Albino Boy, Biafra 1969, Civil War, Photographer, Children, Africa, People, Photography
Where are You my God when innocent young children are dying of hunger.? Imagine it, setting off to cover something bigger than yourself. Not knowing what you will see, smell or hear. Imagine not fully grasping the life that other lead that walk on other parts of the earth. Photography is powerful. It not only changes the photographer, it changes the world.
The Nigerian Civil War or the Nigerian-Biafran War killed more than a million people between 1967 and 1970, mainly from starvation. Thousands of children were affected of Kwashiorkor, pathology resulting from insufficient protein intake. The war photographer Don McCullin was the first to draw attention to the tragedy. Photographer: Don McCullin.
Biafra 1969 - This was taken a couple of years after Igbos, Nigeria declared themselves independent and were at war. Over one million people died in three years. This is a prime example of desensitized documentation on the affects war has on civilians. It is showing one of what, at the time, ever so surprisingly, was Nigeria’s biggest killers – starvation or disease due to the way that families were put into these camps because of this African civil war.Not south Africa!
Biafra 1969 When the Igbos of eastern Nigeria declared themselves independent in 1967, Nigeria blockaded their fledgling country-Biafra. In three years of war, more than one million people died, mainly of hunger. In famine, children who lack protein often get the disease kwashiorkor, which causes their muscles to waste away and their bellies to protrude. War photographer Don McCullin drew attention to the tragedy. "I was devastated by the sight of 900 children living in one camp in utter squ
Biafra Yet, slowly reporters and photographers arrived, making Biafra the world’s first media famine. But the world could only sit and wait as more than one million people perished, mostly from starvation. With the pictures such as that of a hauntingly emaciated albino boy, Don McCullin introduced the world to the sight of children with stick-thin limbs and grotesquely distended stomachs, characteristic of protein deficiency — images which are to become all too tragically familiar in subsequent
I'm so upset at all the corruption and atrocities around the world. It more than breaks my heart- I feel my soul sink with despair at this world, and I cannot comprehend how much pain a single oppressed person feels :'( Biafra 1969 | When the Igbos of eastern Nigeria declared themselves independent in 1967, Nigeria blockaded their fledgling country-Biafra. In three years of war, more than one million people died, mainly of hunger. In famine, children who lack protein often get the disease kwashiorkor, which causes their muscles to waste away and their bellies to protrude. War photographer Don McCullin drew attention to the tragedy. |
Biafra 1969 When the Igbos of eastern Nigeria declared themselves independent in 1967, Nigeria blockaded their fledgling country-Biafra. In three years of war, more than one million people died, mainly of hunger. In famine, children who lack protein often get the disease kwashiorkor, which causes their muscles to waste away and their bellies to protrude. War photographer Don McCullin drew attention to the tragedy. "I was devastated by the sight of 900 children living in one camp in utter squalor at the point of death," he said. "I lost all interest in photographing soldiers in action." The world community intervened to help Biafra, and learned key lessons about dealing with massive hunger exacerbated by war-a problem that still defies simple solutions.
Photos, Press Photo, 1993, Palestinian Uprising, Boys Raise, December 1987, Raise Toy
World Press Photo Winner 1993. Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance during the Palestinian uprising, began in December 1987.
1993 - Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance. The Palestinian uprising, which began in December 1987,
1993: Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance. The Palestinian uprising, which began in December 1987, strengthened the Arab population...
1993: Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance. The Palestinian uprising, which began in December 1987, strengthened the Arab population in their determination to fight the occupying force. In March Israel closed its border with Gaza, causing a massive rise in unemployment.
World Press Photo of the Year Larry Towell, 1994. 1993. Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance. The Palestinian uprising, which began in December 1987, strengthened the Arab population in their determination to fight the occupying force. In March Israel closed its border with Gaza, causing a massive rise in unemployment. With more than 800,000 people contained in the Israeli-patrolled, eight-km-wide strip of land, bloodshed increased sharply. (Larry Towell)
1993 Boys raise toy guns in a gesture of defiance. The Palestinian uprising, which began in December 1987. In March Israel closed its border with Gaza, causing a massive rise in unemployment. With more than 800,000 people contained in the Israeli-patrolled, eight-km-wide strip of land, bloodshed increased sharply. The peace agreement signed in Washington on September 13 promised limited authority for the Gaza Strip and a withdrawal of the Israeli army. (Larry Towell)
9 11, September 11, World Trade Center, Photo, 911, Fallingman
A decisive moment: The Falling Man. Photographer: Richard Drew. Man falling from World Trade Center, 9:15:15am September 11, 2001. God Bless
Interesting story behind the photo. So sad. A decisive moment: The Falling Man. Photographer: Richard Drew. Man falling from World Trade Center, 9:15:15am September 11, 2001. I still sob gut-wrenching tears when looking at this.
The Falling Man by Richard Drew. It depicts a man falling from the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 9:41 AM during the September 11 attacks in New York City....:(
“The Falling Man” is a photograph taken by Richard Drew at 9:41:15 a.m., on September 11, 2001 of a man falling from the World Trade Center during the September 11 attacks in New York City. The man in the photohraph remains unknown.
The Falling Man is a photograph taken by Associated Press photographer Richard Drew, of a man falling from the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 9:41:15 a.m. during the September 11 attacks in New York City. The subject of the image, whose identity remains uncertain, was one of the people trapped on the upper floors of the skyscraper who either fell searching for safety or jumped to escape the fire and smoke.
photo of a man falling from one of the world trade center towers, 9/11/01 Yes, Jonathan Briley might be the Falling Man. But the only certainty we have is the certainty we had at the start: At fifteen seconds after 9:41 a.m., on September 11, 2001, a photographer named Richard Drew took a picture of a man falling through the sky -- falling through time as well as through space. The picture went all around the world, and then disappeared
Long Fall: The Most Famous #911 #Photo Is Still Suspended | The #FallingMan
Man Falling from the World Trade Center on 9 11. “The Falling Man.”
famous photo 911 falling man world trade center
Hécton Randón Lovera
Navy Chaplain, Soldiers, Chaplain Luis, Sniper Fire, Venezuela, Photo
Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela. (Héctor Rondón Lovera)
Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives the last rites to a dying soldier hit by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela, June 4,1962. Father Padillo braved bullets to circulate the streets giving the last rites to dying soldiers. Mark the cruel irony a carnicería (butcher’s shop) in the background. Photo by Hector Rondón Lovera.
The priest and the dying soldier, 1962. Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela. The photo was taken on June 4 (1962) by Hector Rondón Lovera, photographer of Caracas, for the Venezuelan newspaper, La Republica. It won the World Press Photo of the Year and the 1963 Pulitzer Prize for Photography. Note butcher's shop (carniceria) in background.
Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela. (Héctor Rondón Lovera) Father Luis Manuel Padilla holds a wounded government rifleman shot down in the streets of Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, during a bloody revolt against President Betancourt in June 1962. More than 200 were killed before rebels were beaten. This photo won the Pulitzer Prize for Hector Rondon. (AP Photo/Hector Rondon)
The Photograph That Almost Wasn’t: "Gandhi at his Spinning Wheel" Margaret Bourke-White, 1946. "If she was going to photograph Gandhi at the spinning wheel (a symbol for India’s struggle for independence), she first had to learn to use one herself. But that wasn’t all. The ascetic Mahatma wasn’t to be spoken to (it being his day of silence) & because he detested bright light, she was only allowed to use three flashbulbs. Having cleared all these hurdles, however, there was still one more..."
Margaret Bourke White
Photos, Mahatma Gandhi, Life, 1946, Spinning Wheels, Margaretbourkewhite, People, Photography
Gandhi and Spinning Wheel - Margaret Bourke White July 15, 1946, issue of LIFE. #photography #photojournalism
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12. Great soul (The Great Soul). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1946 Mahatma Gandhi near his spinning wheel - a symbol of non-violent movem...
Caption from the July 15, 1946, issue of LIFE. "At 76, the Mahatma Gandhi is in good physical condition. He weighs 110 pounds, but he is not so frail as he looks." Margaret Bourke-White—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
Gandhi, 1946 | LIFE Behind the Picture: Gandhi and His Spinning Wheel, 1946. Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White
Toronto Star file folder One of the most famous photographs of Mahatma Gandhi is this 1946 portrait by Life photographer Margaret Bourke-White. India's spiritual and political leader during its drive for independence is seen sitting by a spinning wheel in a swatch of khadi, a material he popularized as a way to break India's dependence on Britain.
Photo: Margaret Bourke-White: An iconic photograph of Gandhi at a spinning wheel, 1946 © Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
GANDHI AND HIS SPINNING WHEEL: THE STORY BEHIND AN ICONIC PHOTO. LIFE Magazine 1946
Margaret Bourke-White: Mohandas Gandhi. #people, #photography
This is probably the most famous picture you know. This is the picture of a student who tries to stop the tanks in Tiananmen Square standing in front of them. The tank driver didn’t crush the man with the bags but shortly after, the square filled with blood. The photo showed the Chinese that there is hope. However, China is still controlled by a communist regime.