artishardgr:

Jonas Lie - Saturday Evening, Bryant Park
galerie-martin:

Olivier Rouault (French)Paysage, 2014. Acrylic on paper.(No size available)For Fine Arts follow galerie mARTin.

galerie-martin:

Olivier Rouault (French)
Paysage, 2014. Acrylic on paper.
(No size available)

For Fine Arts follow galerie mARTin.

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alongtimealone:

olivier roualt

alongtimealone:

olivier roualt

drawpaintprint:

Max BeckmannGerman, 1884-1950
Bathers, 1928
Black, white, and yellow pastel, with touches of black Conté crayon and stumping, on tan wove paper, prepared with blue gouache881 x 587 mm

drawpaintprint:

Max Beckmann
German, 1884-1950
Bathers, 1928

Black, white, and yellow pastel, with touches of black Conté crayon and stumping, on tan wove paper, prepared with blue gouache
881 x 587 mm

(Source: artic.edu)

A teammate. A friend. A pleasure to have known. Rest in peace.

"Nothing is more real than nothing."

— Samuel Beckett

blastedheath:

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, 1863-1923), Playa de Valencia, 1910. Oil on canvas, 48 x 56 cm.
via alongtimealone

blastedheath:

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, 1863-1923), Playa de Valencia, 1910. Oil on canvas, 48 x 56 cm.

via alongtimealone

artpropelled:

Aron Demetz - Venezia (by enrica77)

artpropelled:

Aron Demetz - Venezia (by enrica77)

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blastedheath:

Martin Kippenberger (German, 1953-1997), Ohne Titel (Meine Lügen sind Ehrlich) [Untitled (My Lies are Honest)], 1992. Oil on canvas, 200 x 240 cm.

blastedheath:

Martin Kippenberger (German, 1953-1997), Ohne Titel (Meine Lügen sind Ehrlich) [Untitled (My Lies are Honest)], 1992. Oil on canvas, 200 x 240 cm.

some progress on my newest Brazilian Jiu Jitsu piece 

some progress on my newest Brazilian Jiu Jitsu piece 

kompajunior:

Henri Matisse: Blue Nude (Memory of Biskra), 1907

kompajunior:

Henri Matisse: Blue Nude (Memory of Biskra), 1907

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supersonicart:

Tessar Lo’s “Devices and the Virtues.”

Opening Saturday, September 27th at Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam is Tessar Lo’s incredible looking solo show “Devices and the Virtures.”  The show will feature a large amount of brand new paintings by Tessar, incorporating his child like ruminations that explore the mysteries of such as well as the natural world along with many, many new drawings.  Take a look at many more of the beautiful paintings below and be sure to stop by the show if you’re in or near Amsterdam:

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