The Factory

'Painting is just another way of keeping a diary' - Pablo Picasso
colourthysoul:

Charles-Amable Lenoir - Day Dreams

colourthysoul:

Charles-Amable Lenoir - Day Dreams

(via post-impressionisms)

jaded-mandarin:

William Quiller Orchardson. Detail from The First Cloud, 1887.

jaded-mandarin:

William Quiller Orchardson. Detail from The First Cloud, 1887.

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theballetblog:

Konstantin Razumov, Russian  (1860—1939).

theballetblog:

Konstantin Razumov, Russian  (1860—1939).

(via artisticwitchcraft)

sommartidsvarmod:

Portrait of a Young Woman, detail - Pietro Rotari (18th century)

sommartidsvarmod:

Portrait of a Young Woman, detail - Pietro Rotari
(18th century)

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karamazove:

Lucian Freud, 2001. Photo by David Dawson

karamazove:

Lucian Freud, 2001. Photo by David Dawson

(via post-impressionisms)

post-impressionisms:

The Lady of Shalott, John William Waterhouse. 1888.

post-impressionisms:

The Lady of Shalott, John William Waterhouse. 1888.

post-impressionisms:

"The men liked to put me down as the best woman painter. I think I’m one of the best painters." — Georgia O’Keeffe 

  1. Yoko Ono
  2. Cindy Sherman
  3. Amrita Sher-Gil
  4. Berthe Morisot
  5. Faith Ringgold
  6. Frida Kahlo
  7. Georgia O’Keeffe
Evelyn De Morgan - Flora (1894)

(Source: marcuscrassus, via post-impressionisms)

pre-raphaelisme:

Olive Margaret Slaughter by Frederick Sandys, 1860

pre-raphaelisme:

Olive Margaret Slaughter by Frederick Sandys, 1860

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“Find a beautiful piece of art. If you fall in love with Van Gogh or Matisse or John Oliver Killens, or if you fall love with the music of Coltrane, the music of Aretha Franklin, or the music of Chopin - find some beautiful art and admire it, and realize that that was created by human beings just like you, no more human, no less.”

– Maya Angelou, you will be missed. (via wmilam)

(Source: hydeordie, via allur0phile)