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Vincent van Gogh. Cottages.

Vincent van Gogh Cottages: Reminiscence of the North

Cottages: Reminiscence of the North - Vincent van Gogh . Created in Saint-Rémy, France in March - April, 1890. Located at Private collection

Paintbrush Tools Art

Los Angeles-based surrealist Alexandra Dillon brings back to life things that people throw away in the most charming way. Dillon scavenges worn out paintbrushes and other common objects to use them as canvases for portraits of imaginary people.

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) - Portrait of Hermine Gallia. Oil on Canvas. Circa 1904. 170.5cm x 96.5cm. The National Gallery. London, England.

Gustav Klimt - Portrait of Hermine Gallia [1904]

The sitter is Hermine Gallia, née Hamburger (1870 - 1936). In 1893 she married her uncle, Moritz Gallia, a government adviser who became a leading patron of the arts. In this painting she wears a dress designed by Klimt. Numerous drawings exist for the composition of this work, and several alterations are visible to the naked eye, much of the figure's contour having been altered. In 1903 the painting was shown in an unfinished state in the Klimt-Kollective exhibition. [Oil on canvas, 170.5 x…

Benjamin Björklund’s Paintings Shroud His Everyday Subjects in Mystery | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Benjamin Björklund’s Paintings Shroud His Everyday Subjects in Mystery

Swedish artist Benjamin Björklund lives a simple life in a farm house on Sweden’s west coast and his oil and watercolor paintings reflect this life. His work usually portrays the people and a…

Andrew Wyeth More

Wyeth, Andrew | 730 Artworks | MutualArt

Find artworks by Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917 - 2009) on MutualArt and find more works from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

19th-Century 'Lover's Eye' Jewelry Was the Perfect Accessory for Secret Affairs

The more brazen paramours walked around wearing a piece of their illicit beloved.

Henrik Uldalen @henrikaau | Websta This image is very powerful as it reflects upon death and the smoke like effect looks almost as though the soul is leaving the body. It mirrors the mind drifting into unconsciousness and away from reality.

Henrik Uldalen @henrikaau | Websta This image is very powerful as it reflects upon death and the smoke like effect looks almost as though the soul is leaving the body. It mirrors the mind drifting into unconsciousness and away from reality.

Embroidery; The Artist's Mother by Georges Seurat

Georges Seurat | Embroidery; The Artist's Mother | The Met

This tranquil portrait of the artist’s mother, Ernestine Faivre, is a tour de force of modeling in Conté crayon, Seurat’s favorite graphic medium. The work is drawn entirely without line in tonal passages of velvety black