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Dorothea Tanning, Sedona (Arizona) 1946 -by Lee Miller

Dorothea Tanning in her studio, Sedona, Arizona, 1946 Photograph by Lee Miller

Dorothea Tanning, painter (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/02/arts/design/dorothea-tanning-surrealist-painter-dies-at-101.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1)

Dorothea Tanning, Surrealist Painter, Dies at 101

Dorothea Tanning, Surrealist painter, dies at January Photo shows Dorothea Tanning at home in New York, 2002

Lee Krasner in her studio in 1956, two weeks after husband Jackson Pollock’s death. Visible are her “Prophecy” (right) and “Cauldron” (unfinished, behind).

Ladies, looking for more pinspiration? Try channeling Pollock's wife (and fellow artist) Lee Krasner, shown here in her studio two weeks after her husband's death.

Dorthea Tanning and Max Ernst Between 1946-1950. They married in 1946 for 30 years  until his death.

Dorothea Tanning and Max Ernst, Honolulu Photograph by Kay Bell 1952 Lee Miller, Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning .

BASQUIAT. sigh... long lost husband I'll never have

Basquiat working on 'Third Eye', 1985 - a collaboration with Andy Warhol

Japanese American artist, Isamu NOGUCHI (1904~1988) イサム・ノグチ

The life of Isamu Noguchi : journey without borders, Masayo Duus ; translated by Peter Duus.

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Photo credit: Michalel Katakis Maya Lin sharing a quiet moment with her cat in her New York studio.

47 Historical Pictures That Will Have You In Awe photography story historical interesting history facts

Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read or any document you might analyze. Plus, the look on the boys face in the last picture kills me. Utter happiness for something as simple as shoes.