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markfloodresents:

Alika Herreshoff

markfloodresents:

Alika Herreshoff

vjeranski:

LEE UFAN
From Point, 1975

vjeranski:

LEE UFAN

From Point, 1975

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catherinepaints:

sketchbook
Aug 2014

catherinepaints:

sketchbook

Aug 2014

ymutate:

BECKY YAZDAN




Combover, 2013
Oil on linen on panel

20 × 20 in
50.8 × 50.8 cm

ymutate:

BECKY YAZDAN

Combover, 2013

Oil on linen on panel

20 × 20 in
50.8 × 50.8 cm
blastedheath:

Brice Marden (American, b. 1938), Card Drawing #5, 1983. Ink and gouache on card, 6 x 6 in.

blastedheath:

Brice Marden (American, b. 1938), Card Drawing #5, 1983. Ink and gouache on card, 6 x 6 in.

apaintingofasculpture:

JD BANKE.
milanesic:

Milan Nesic. 2013. Ink, tempera 25 x 35 cm

milanesic:

Milan Nesic. 2013.
Ink, tempera
25 x 35 cm

abstractmodernart:

Alma Thomas, “Red Sunset, Old Pond Concerto” 1972

abstractmodernart:

Alma Thomas, “Red Sunset, Old Pond Concerto” 1972

stillhouse:

Jack Greer 

stillhouse:

Jack Greer 

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chrisknyc:

Sonia Delaunay

chrisknyc:

Sonia Delaunay

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art-diablogue:

Phillip J. Mellen

art-diablogue:

Phillip J. Mellen

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design-is-fine:

Pierre Legrain, maquette with a geometric design of his album of ninety-six designs, 1917-29. Spencer Collection, The New York Public Library.

design-is-fine:

Pierre Legrain, maquette with a geometric design of his album of ninety-six designs, 1917-29. Spencer Collection, The New York Public Library.

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freundevonfreunden:

Louise Bourgeois: Works on Paper at Tate Britain
Though she is most widely recognised for her ambitious sculptures, Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010)  also produced a large body of works on paper throughout her lifetime. 
The works in this room at Tate Britain show how Bourgeois reworked ideas from earlier in her career, using drawings and parables to create books of engravings or to explore autobiographical scenes. 
The exhibition runs at the Tate Britain until 12th of April 2015. More info here.

freundevonfreunden:

Louise Bourgeois: Works on Paper at Tate Britain

Though she is most widely recognised for her ambitious sculptures, Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010)  also produced a large body of works on paper throughout her lifetime. 

The works in this room at Tate Britain show how Bourgeois reworked ideas from earlier in her career, using drawings and parables to create books of engravings or to explore autobiographical scenes. 

The exhibition runs at the Tate Britain until 12th of April 2015. More info here.

ericchristophergibbons:

Goals
Oil on Canvas
10x12 inches
2012

ericchristophergibbons:

Goals

Oil on Canvas

10x12 inches

2012

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