sothebys1744:

Joan Miró (1893–1983)
Peinture (Étoile Bleue), 1927
2012/06/19, Sotheby’s L12006, Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale
Sold: £23,561,250 ($37,057,134)
*World Record Price at Auction for Joan Miró*
*** Happy 121st Birthday, Joan Miró (20 Apr, 1893)! ***

sothebys1744:

Joan Miró (1893–1983)

Peinture (Étoile Bleue), 1927

2012/06/19, Sotheby’s L12006, Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale

Sold: £23,561,250 ($37,057,134)

*World Record Price at Auction for Joan Miró*

*** Happy 121st Birthday, Joan Miró (20 Apr, 1893)! ***

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justanothermasterpiece:

Cy Twombly.
artmastered:

J. M. W. Turner, Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour’s Mouth, exhibited 1842, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 121.9 cm, Tate Collection. Source
The story goes that Turner painted this particular stormy seascape whilst physically tied to the mast of a second ship. This is pretty unlikely, not to mention ridiculous, but the fact that the artist was able to recreate a scene as dramatic and terrifying as this is still a remarkable feat, and reminds the viewer of Turner’s natural talent.

artmastered:

J. M. W. Turner, Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour’s Mouth, exhibited 1842, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 121.9 cm, Tate Collection. Source

The story goes that Turner painted this particular stormy seascape whilst physically tied to the mast of a second ship. This is pretty unlikely, not to mention ridiculous, but the fact that the artist was able to recreate a scene as dramatic and terrifying as this is still a remarkable feat, and reminds the viewer of Turner’s natural talent.

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janetmillslove:

beautiful moment love

janetmillslove:

beautiful moment love

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kalliope-amorphous:

Entrances from the series Mixed Signals
Mixed Signals is a series of photographs exploring the entropy of digital media. Through the manipulation and corruption of high definition television broadcast signals, I force commercials, talk shows, and infomercials to break form at specific moments, subverting their message and capturing the painterly beauty of their decay and disintegration. 
A blend of glitch art, generative art, and photography, this series highlights the beauty of errors and brokenness which can emerge from the world of airbrushed, high definition imagery. Through the careful invocation of flaws, surreal narratives emerge from the chaotic breakdown of facade.
©Kalliope Amorphous

kalliope-amorphous:

Entrances from the series Mixed Signals

Mixed Signals is a series of photographs exploring the entropy of digital media. Through the manipulation and corruption of high definition television broadcast signals, I force commercials, talk shows, and infomercials to break form at specific moments, subverting their message and capturing the painterly beauty of their decay and disintegration. 

A blend of glitch art, generative art, and photography, this series highlights the beauty of errors and brokenness which can emerge from the world of airbrushed, high definition imagery. Through the careful invocation of flaws, surreal narratives emerge from the chaotic breakdown of facade.

©Kalliope Amorphous

1910-again:

Otto Dix, Gräben vor Reims II 1915

1910-again:

Otto Dix, Gräben vor Reims II 1915

museumuesum:


PABLO PICASSO
Self Portrait, 1906
oil on canvas mounted on honeycomb panel, 10 1/2 x 7 3/4in. (26.7 x 19.7cm)

museumuesum:

PABLO PICASSO

Self Portrait, 1906

oil on canvas mounted on honeycomb panel, 10 1/2 x 7 3/4in. (26.7 x 19.7cm)

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amare-habeo:

Vaslaw Nijinsky (Russian, 1889-1950) 
From the serie “Eye”, 1918/1919

amare-habeo:

Vaslaw Nijinsky (Russian, 1889-1950) 

From the serie “Eye”, 1918/1919

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susanzweig:

 

“Evening By Lake Ontario”, 2011
HARRY STOOSHINOFF….

susanzweig:

 

Evening By Lake Ontario”, 2011

HARRY STOOSHINOFF….

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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Nicolas de Staël (1914–1955)Paysage, Antibes (1955) oil on  canvas 116 x 89 cmMuseum of Modern Art André Malraux. Le Havre

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Nicolas de Staël (1914–1955)
Paysage, Antibes (1955)
oil on  canvas 116 x 89 cm
Museum of Modern Art André Malraux. Le Havre

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