elkinred:

The Topkapı Scroll, prob. 15th century Timurid

elkinred:

The Topkapı Scroll, prob. 15th century Timurid

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joereorda:

Mark Bradford Habitual 2009 60 x 72 in. (152.4 x 182.9 cm) Mixed media collage on canvas

joereorda:

Mark Bradford
Habitual
2009
60 x 72 in. (152.4 x 182.9 cm)
Mixed media collage on canvas

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redruzdigitalsoup:

Mark_Bradford, Cracks Between The Floorboards, 2014

redruzdigitalsoup:

Mark_Bradford, Cracks Between The Floorboards, 2014

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free-parking:

Egon Schiele, chrysanthemum paintings, 1910

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jules de balincourt

jules de balincourt

(Source: cactuslands)

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vuls:

Commemorating Sol Lewitt

vuls:

Commemorating Sol Lewitt

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thirdorgan:

Jan Kubíček / Variační systém s diagonály I. - IV. 1968

thirdorgan:

Jan Kubíček / Variační systém s diagonály I. - IV. 1968

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(Source: oncealoyallover)

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sophiemawson:

processing boticelli
from this code

sophiemawson:

processing boticelli

from this code

(Source: society6.com)

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contemporaryartdaily:

Stephen Willats at Balice Hertling

contemporaryartdaily:

Stephen Willats at Balice Hertling

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theparisreview:

Welcome the new editor of The Paris Review Daily, Dan Piepenbring!

theparisreview:

Welcome the new editor of The Paris Review Daily, Dan Piepenbring!

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joesartoftheday:

The back of  a De kooning

joesartoftheday:

The back of  a De kooning

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fanzinered:

JACOB KASSAY

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likeafieldmouse:

Nandan Ghiya - DeFacebook (2012)

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"Gurlitt is more interesting than the art he hid. It’s reported that, every evening, he took from a suitcase and savored, sheet by sheet, a particular stack of works on paper. That haunts. It evokes the classic caricature of a miser gloating over his gold, but with a gloss of spiritual refinement and passion."

Peter Schjeldahl on Munich art hermit Cornelius Gurlitt: http://nyr.kr/18KdB06 (via newyorker)

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This is romantic bullshit.

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