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meanderings

dominusvenustas:

A beautiful early Cezanne. It has a wonderful feeling of rural idyllic calm. 
Style is not created through servile imitation of the masters; it proceeds from the artist’s own particular way of feeling and expressing himself.
- Cezanne

dominusvenustas:

A beautiful early Cezanne. It has a wonderful feeling of rural idyllic calm. 

Style is not created through servile imitation of the masters; it proceeds from the artist’s own particular way of feeling and expressing himself.

- Cezanne

fleurdulys:

Diogenes - John William Waterhouse
1882

fleurdulys:

Diogenes - John William Waterhouse

1882

leprincelointain:

Auguste Clésinger (1814-1883), Femme Mordue par un Serpent - 1847

(via oldpainting)

James Tissot, “Healing of the Lepers at Capernaum”
(via Brooklyn Museum: James Tissot: “The Life of Christ”)

James Tissot, “Healing of the Lepers at Capernaum”

(via Brooklyn Museum: James Tissot: “The Life of Christ”)

myarmisnotalilactree:

 

Alexander Liberman - Annette and Alberto Giacometti, 1950

myarmisnotalilactree:

 

Alexander Liberman - Annette and Alberto Giacometti, 1950

(via myartmuses)

artbeautypaintings:

Blow the wind, southerly - Paul Hedley

artbeautypaintings:

Blow the wind, southerly - Paul Hedley

art-is-art-is-art:

Bella and Ida by the Window, Marc Chagall

art-is-art-is-art:

Bella and Ida by the Window, Marc Chagall

Eventually soulmates meet, for they have the same hiding place.

—Robert Brault (via astonishing-moments)

(Source: rabbitinthemoon, via astonishing-moments)

bluepueblo:

Summer Orchard, Belgium
photo by vincent

bluepueblo:

Summer Orchard, Belgium

photo by vincent

artistandstudio:

David Fredenthal sketching a model in 1948. Photo © Gjon Mili/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

artistandstudio:

David Fredenthal sketching a model in 1948. Photo © Gjon Mili/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

fleurdulys:

The Phone II - Tamara de Lempicka
1930

fleurdulys:

The Phone II - Tamara de Lempicka

1930

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