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"Art is the unceasing effort to compete with the beauty of flowers and never succeeding."
 + Marc Chagall

"Art is the unceasing effort to compete with the beauty of flowers and never succeeding."
+ Marc Chagall

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Everyone Else Is Somewhere Else by 
     Patrick Johnson
artpropelled:
Everyone Else Is Somewhere Else by Patrick Johnson

artpropelled:

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transport.
   museumuesum:

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG
Untitled, 1979
Solvent transfer and fabric collaged on paper, 23 x 31 1/2 inches
transport.

museumuesum:

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

Untitled, 1979

Solvent transfer and fabric collaged on paper, 23 x 31 1/2 inches

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Vincent van Gogh, detail of Wheatfield With a Reaper

Vincent van Gogh, detail of Wheatfield With a Reaper

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"Then there is a time in life, when you just take a walk: and you walk in your own landscape.”
             +Willem de Kooning

mrkiki:

Willem de KooningPalisade. 1957Oil on canvas79 x 69 in. 200.7 x 175.3 cm
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"Then there is a time in life, when you just take a walk: and you walk in your own landscape.” +Willem de Kooning

mrkiki:

Willem de Kooning
Palisade. 1957
Oil on canvas
79 x 69 in. 200.7 x 175.3 cm

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above it.

janetmillslove:

Fine Art Photography moment love. Wild Fauna Love
above it.

janetmillslove:

Fine Art Photography moment love. Wild Fauna Love

drink the view.


janpadora-box:

Martiros Saryan - "Fairy tale. Garden of Eden." 1904.
drink the view.

janpadora-box:

Martiros Saryan - "Fairy tale. Garden of Eden." 1904.

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cavetocanvas:

Ryan McGinness, Rainbow McTwist, 2007

cavetocanvas:

Ryan McGinnessRainbow McTwist, 2007

And there is peace in a blue green clouded sky.  

bofransson:

Lake Balaton with Wreathing Clouds, Vaszary János
And there is peace in a blue green clouded sky.

bofransson:

Lake Balaton with Wreathing Clouds, Vaszary János

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wetreesinart:



Caspar David Friedrich (All. 1774-1840), Etude d’arbres et maison à colombages, gouache, lavis de sepia, 23,6 x 18,7 cm, Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett 

wetreesinart:

Caspar David Friedrich (All. 1774-1840), Etude d’arbres et maison à colombages, gouache, lavis de sepia, 23,6 x 18,7 cm, Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett 

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design-is-fine:

Victor Vasarely, CTA Gold, 1966. 

design-is-fine:

Victor Vasarely, CTA Gold, 1966. 

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"What we love, we gloat over and feast our eyes upon. And when we look again and again at any living creature, we cannot help but perceive its subtlety of line, its exquisite patterning and all its unbelievable intricacy and beauty. The artist who draws what he does not love, draws from a superficial concept. But the one who loves what he draws is very humbly trying to translate into an alien medium life itself, and it is his joy and his pain that he knows that life to be matchless.”
        +Dorothy Lathrop
sevastiana:

Stars,Dorothy Lathrop, 1930
 
"What we love, we gloat over and feast our eyes upon. And when we look again and again at any living creature, we cannot help but perceive its subtlety of line, its exquisite patterning and all its unbelievable intricacy and beauty. The artist who draws what he does not love, draws from a superficial concept. But the one who loves what he draws is very humbly trying to translate into an alien medium life itself, and it is his joy and his pain that he knows that life to be matchless.” +Dorothy Lathrop

sevastiana:

Stars,Dorothy Lathrop, 1930

 

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Look up at the miracle of the falling snow, – the air a dizzy maze of whirling, eddying flakes, noiselessly transforming the world, the exquisite crystals dropping in ditch and gutter, and disguising in the same suit of spotless livery all objects upon which they fall. How novel and fine the first drifts! The old, dilapidated fence is suddenly set off with the most fantastic ruffles, scalloped and fluted after an unheard-of fashion! Looking down a long line of decrepit stone-wall, in the trimming of which the wind had fairly run riot, I saw, as for the first time, what a severe yet master artist old Winter is.

+John Burroughs, Winter Sunshine (via litverve)

thegameofart:

SONIA DELAUNAY (1885-1979)  (via (26) La Petite École / Pinterest)

thegameofart:

SONIA DELAUNAY (1885-1979)  (via (26) La Petite École / Pinterest)

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