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architectureofdoom:

Rudnichny, Kirov Oblast, Russia

architectureofdoom:

Rudnichny, Kirov Oblast, Russia

(Source: mgnovenija, via abandonedography)

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Susanna Coffey, Night Vision 2, 2013

Susanna Coffey, Night Vision 2, 2013

art-history:


Bill BrandtBritish, born Germany, 1904-1983
Bombed Regency Staircase, Upper Brook Street, Mayfair, c. 1942
Gelatin silver print 9 x 7⅝ in. (22.8 x 19.4 cm)
Museum of Modern Art New York, New York, USA
© 2014 Estate of Bill Brandt

art-history:

Bill Brandt
British, born Germany, 1904-1983

Bombed Regency Staircase, Upper Brook Street, Mayfair, c. 1942

Gelatin silver print
9 x 7⅝ in. (22.8 x 19.4 cm)

Museum of Modern Art
New York, New York, USA

© 2014 Estate of Bill Brandt

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Michael Raedecker, Ins and Outs, 2000

Michael Raedecker, Ins and Outs, 2000

(Source: saatchigallery.com)

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Etienne Godiard
Tumblr: etiennegodiard.tumblr.com

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Etienne Godiard

Tumblr: etiennegodiard.tumblr.com

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Édouard Vuillard, Le Grand Teddy, 1918

Édouard Vuillard, Le Grand Teddy, 1918

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Guy Tillim, Old landline exchange, Post Office, Lubumbashi, DR Congo, 2008
Hello all.  My internet has been knackered for more than a week, so I’ve not been able to stick anything up here.  However, now that it is (hopefully) back, or a bit back, or slightly functional for some of the time, here’s a picture of what I’m pretty sure my ISP’s headquarters look like.

Guy Tillim, Old landline exchange, Post Office, Lubumbashi, DR Congo, 2008

Hello all.  My internet has been knackered for more than a week, so I’ve not been able to stick anything up here.  However, now that it is (hopefully) back, or a bit back, or slightly functional for some of the time, here’s a picture of what I’m pretty sure my ISP’s headquarters look like.

(Source: tate.org.uk)

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theartistsmanifesto:

Evening, McDonald Lake, Glacier National Park by Ansel Adams (1942)

theartistsmanifesto:

Evening, McDonald Lake, Glacier National Park by Ansel Adams (1942)

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El Lissitzky, Anxious People, 1923

El Lissitzky, Anxious People, 1923

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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, Loading Timber at Southampton Docks, 1917

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, Loading Timber at Southampton Docks, 1917

fleurdulys:

New York Rooftops - Louis Eilshemius

fleurdulys:

New York Rooftops - Louis Eilshemius

(via post-impressionisms)

slowlyeden:

Art history meme | 3/8 artists

Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864–1916)

Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Hammershøi is known for his poetic, low-key interiors. Many of these feature his wife, Ida Ilsted, often seen from behind, and many were painted in their homes in Copenhagen.

Throughout his career, Hammershøi remained independent of any group or movement: a fact which contributed to his work being largely forgotten until relatively recently. While their limited colour-palettes give Hammershøi’s works an air of calm elegance, they can also evoke a sense of mystery and even tension, and, despite their understated aesthetic, they were enough to unsettle the artistic establishment of Hammershøi’s day.

(via post-impressionisms)

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artmastered:

Emily Carr, Big Raven, 1931, oil on canvas, 87 x 114 cm, Vancouver Art Gallery.
Carr’s Big Raven is one of my all-time favourite pieces of Canadian art. I love the colour scheme, which is quite typical of painters associated with the Group of Seven, and that gorgeous Cubist-inspired sky.

artmastered:

Emily Carr, Big Raven, 1931, oil on canvas, 87 x 114 cm, Vancouver Art Gallery.

Carr’s Big Raven is one of my all-time favourite pieces of Canadian art. I love the colour scheme, which is quite typical of painters associated with the Group of Seven, and that gorgeous Cubist-inspired sky.

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André Derain, Henri Matisse, 1905

André Derain, Henri Matisse, 1905

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George Clausen, Allotment Gardens, 1899

George Clausen, Allotment Gardens, 1899