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Paul Nash, Footballers Prefer Shell, 1935

Paul Nash, Footballers Prefer Shell, 1935

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William Utermohlen, Trenchcoat, 1968

William Utermohlen, Trenchcoat, 1968

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Henri Matisse, Intérieur d’atelier, 1903-4

Henri Matisse, Intérieur d’atelier, 1903-4

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Frank Auerbach, Primrose Hill, 1967-8

Frank Auerbach, Primrose Hill, 1967-8

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Walter Sickert, The Red Shop (The October Sun), c.1888

Walter Sickert, The Red Shop (The October Sun), c.1888

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Paul Nash, We Are Making A New World, 1918

Paul Nash, We Are Making A New World, 1918

Colin Self, The London Train (Late Night at Norwich (Thorpe) Station), 26 January 1984

Colin Self, The London Train (Late Night at Norwich (Thorpe) Station), 26 January 1984

fleurdulys:

Yalta - Ivan Aivazovsky
1899

fleurdulys:

Yalta - Ivan Aivazovsky

1899

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John Piper, Construction, Intersection, 1934

John Piper, Construction, Intersection, 1934

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phileas69:

Sophie TaeuberQuatre espaces à croix brisées / Four spaces with broken crossesGouache sur papier / Gouache on paper35 x 26 cm1932
(plus de / more by Sophie Taeuber)

phileas69:

Sophie Taeuber
Quatre espaces à croix brisées / Four spaces with broken crosses
Gouache sur papier / Gouache on paper
35 x 26 cm
1932

(plus de / more by Sophie Taeuber)

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César Klein, Girl with Book, 1925

César Klein, Girl with Book, 1925

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Henry Moore, Lullaby, 1973

Henry Moore, Lullaby, 1973

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theartistsmanifesto:

Ed Ruscha, Honk, 1962, Acrylic on paper, Tate Modern. 
The almost onomatopoeia-like quality of the word “honk” is captured in the painting.  

theartistsmanifesto:

Ed Ruscha, Honk, 1962, Acrylic on paper, Tate Modern. 

The almost onomatopoeia-like quality of the word “honk” is captured in the painting.  

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Mac Conner, The Girl Who Was Crazy About Jimmy Durante, 1953

Mac Conner, The Girl Who Was Crazy About Jimmy Durante, 1953

artmastered:

Albert Marquet, Bay of Naples, c.1908, oil on canvas, 64.8 x 77.5 cm, Tate Collection. Source

artmastered:

Albert Marquet, Bay of Naples, c.1908, oil on canvas, 64.8 x 77.5 cm, Tate Collection. Source