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Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Dünen und Mole, 1917

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Dünen und Mole, 1917

News Theatre (now Tyneside Cinema, originally the Bijou News-Reel Cinema), Newcastle upon Tyne, 1938
https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/
http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/lists/38-pictures-show-how-british-cinemas-have-changed-past-100-years
I adore the Tyneide Cinema.  Built in 1937 by local entrepreneur Dixon Scott - great uncle of Ridley and Tony - it remains a lovely place to see a film, and retains its original (and gorgeous) art nouveau mosaics, fixtures, stained glass windows and staircase.
If you’re ever in the northeast of England, please, make time to see a film in a proper environment, and to help keep this beautiful place alive.

News Theatre (now Tyneside Cinema, originally the Bijou News-Reel Cinema), Newcastle upon Tyne, 1938

https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/

http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/lists/38-pictures-show-how-british-cinemas-have-changed-past-100-years

I adore the Tyneide Cinema.  Built in 1937 by local entrepreneur Dixon Scott - great uncle of Ridley and Tony - it remains a lovely place to see a film, and retains its original (and gorgeous) art nouveau mosaics, fixtures, stained glass windows and staircase.

If you’re ever in the northeast of England, please, make time to see a film in a proper environment, and to help keep this beautiful place alive.

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Yury Annenkov, Portrait of the Photographer Miron Sherling, 1918

Yury Annenkov, Portrait of the Photographer Miron Sherling, 1918

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Otto Dix, Dawn, 1913

Otto Dix, Dawn, 1913

Gino Severini, Bohémien Jouant de L’Accordéon, 1919

Gino Severini, Bohémien Jouant de L’Accordéon, 1919

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Adolf Iosifovich Strahov-Bratislavsky, Liberated Women - Build Up Socialism, 1926

Adolf Iosifovich Strahov-Bratislavsky, Liberated Women - Build Up Socialism, 1926

lonequixote:

Sailboats on the River Scheldt ~ Theo van Rysselberghe

lonequixote:

Sailboats on the River Scheldt ~ Theo van Rysselberghe

(via denseclaritycleardensity)

nearlya:

Anselm Kiefer. Siegfried’s Difficult Way to Brunhilde, 1977

(via post-impressionisms)

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Albert Gleizes, Composition pour jazz, 1915

Albert Gleizes, Composition pour jazz, 1915

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Norman Cornish, Pit Road
Cornish was one of the leading lights of the Pitmen Painters, miners who took to art despite having no formal training and produced an extraordinary body of work, mostly covering the poor industrial world in which they lived.
He was the last of the group, and died today at the age of 94.

Norman Cornish, Pit Road

Cornish was one of the leading lights of the Pitmen Painters, miners who took to art despite having no formal training and produced an extraordinary body of work, mostly covering the poor industrial world in which they lived.

He was the last of the group, and died today at the age of 94.

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Original poster for Man with a Movie Camera, dir. Dziga Vertov, 1929. 
Poster designed by Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg.

Original poster for Man with a Movie Camera, dir. Dziga Vertov, 1929. 

Poster designed by Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg.

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: ale bertoncello
Tumblr: http://alebertoncello.tumblr.com/

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: ale bertoncello

Tumblr: http://alebertoncello.tumblr.com/

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J. M. W. Turner, Newcastle on Tyne, c.1823

J. M. W. Turner, Newcastle on Tyne, c.1823

beyond-the-canvas:

Giorgio de Chirico, Hector and Andromache. 1912, oil on wood panel. Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome, Italy. 

beyond-the-canvas:

Giorgio de Chirico, Hector and Andromache. 1912, oil on wood panel. Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome, Italy. 

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matt-molloy:

"Ship Out the Clones"During this timelapse I decided to slowly walk along the dock to add some interest. Since the exposure time was 25 seconds, I had to stand as still as I could for 25 seconds, listening for the shutter to click, then take one step and repeat the process. While I was doing this I found out that there were people sleeping on the boats. One of them woke up and decided to get a midnight snack. I don’t think they were expecting to see me, and they were likely very confused by my strange behavior, which I didn’t get to explain. When she came back from her snack, I was still there, just a little further down the dock, standing still and staring off into space.This was made from 69 photos that I merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. Automated with this script. advancedstacker.com

matt-molloy:

"Ship Out the Clones"
During this timelapse I decided to slowly walk along the dock to add some interest. Since the exposure time was 25 seconds, I had to stand as still as I could for 25 seconds, listening for the shutter to click, then take one step and repeat the process. While I was doing this I found out that there were people sleeping on the boats. One of them woke up and decided to get a midnight snack. I don’t think they were expecting to see me, and they were likely very confused by my strange behavior, which I didn’t get to explain. When she came back from her snack, I was still there, just a little further down the dock, standing still and staring off into space.

This was made from 69 photos that I merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. Automated with this script. advancedstacker.com