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Louise Bourgeois by Helmut Newton

Louise Bourgeois photographed by Bruce Weber for a Helmut Lang campaign. Lang said he didn’t care if she wore any of his clothing but he made this little crown for her and gave it to Bruce Weber to see if she might want to wear it.

Jean-Michel Basquiat by James Van Der Zee, 1982 One of my favorite artists!

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American artist. He began as an obscure graffiti artist in New York City in the late and evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by the by James Van Der Zee, 1982

Monsieur & Madame Monet. My favourite artist after da Vinci. Birds totally freak me out so this picture is quite unsettling. It reminds me of the man who feeds the pigeons at the end of the tram tracks on Elizabeth St in Melbourne, Australia. As soon as he appears there, the sky literally goes black momentarily with all the pigeons who come to be fed by him.

Feed the birds! Claude Monet with a pigeon on his head. With Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 1908

Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater

Just Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater. (1969, Paris)

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk. This is amazing. He even lived his life in a surreal manner. Who owns an anteater as a pet? Apparently Savaldor Dali, that's who.

Old People wearing vegetation. Nothing more needs to be said.

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Look at the wonderful life lines in her face! She is beautiful! Eyes as Big as Plates # Agnes II © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

simone de beauvoir...photographed by irving penn

Irving Penn Simone de Beauvoir, Paris 1957 “She would never change, but one day at the touch of a fingertip she would fall to dust.” Simone de Beauvoir, “The Mandarins" 1954

andré breton

Gala and Salvador Dalí in a photo booth. She was Salvador Dalí’s most famous muse, the love of his life, his manager and mentor. When Gala passed in Dalí no longer would continue his art. the death of a muse is the end

Catherine Deneuve photo by Helmut Newton, 1966

White stipe out of black background/dress ---- Helmut Newton – Catherine Deneuve – YSL – 1966

Katarina Hepburn

Quand Hollywood mettait ses homos au placard

Picasso avec une colombe, Paris 1945 -by James Lord (Maybe it's us artists that love our birds even when they land on our heads)

The Bat Pack: Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing

The Bat Pack: Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing. Their birthdays were close together: Peter Cushing: May Vincent Price: May Christopher Lee: May 1922

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2000. Black ink, blue crayon, white-out, and touches of red ink on pink squared wove paper, 21.9 x 15.9 cm.

Louise Bourgeois: this work has all the naive charm and individuality of good Outsider Art yet it was created by a famous, established artist. That shows her genius, artistic freedom and abundant creativity.

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