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Reflections of Buddha - ©Anek Suwannaphoom (via FineArtAmerica)

Rene Lalique


Dante Gabriel Rossetti - "Dantis Amor" 1860

Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion. He uses these materials as a metaphor for "recycling our identities" or braving the problems of life.

Francisco de Goya (1746-1828)

Skull with Burning Cigarette(1885) ~ Vincent van Gogh dint know he painted this one

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Toilette, 1889.

Last Kiss, Adam Martinakis

Saatchi Online Artist: max gasparini; Ink, 2009, Painting "ariel"

Cupid and Psyche (1905) ~ Auguste Rodin

Newlyweds with Eiffel Towel in the Background - Marc Chagall

Elizabeth R. Finley, The Japanese Fan, Early 20th century

Deliberation by `Aegis-Strife on deviantART

Matisse, Notre Dame, 1914

Diego Rivera

Ancient Roman painting from the Villa of the Mysteries, Italy, 60-50 BC

Kim Sung Jin

Takato Yamamoto

'Chatterton' 1865 by Henry Wallis. Chatterton is Wallis's earliest and most famous work. The picture created a sensation when it was first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1856, accompanied by the following quotation from Marlowe: Cut is the branch that might have grown full straight And burned is Apollo's laurel bough. John Ruskin described the work in his Academy Notes as 'faultless and wonderful'.

Henri Matisse - Spanish Woman with a Tamborine

Tony Hong, illustrater: Los Angeles, CA. 'Birdcage'.

An Offering to Venus by John William Godward

Girl In Chemise (1905) Picasso