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Maria in the wings

Her black velvet eyes, captivating. More than the nude bodies of her friends. Or the chubby cheeks of Madame Roulin’s baby. I wonder if Madame would have approved. 98 more words

New York

09 Paintings, PORTRAIT OF A LADY, of the 18th & 19th C., with Footnotes. #14

Youssef Nabil, B. 1972, EGYPTIAN


Hand-coloured gelatin silver print

38 by 25cm.; 15 by 9 7/8 in.

Private collection

Jananne Al-Ani was born in Kirkuk, Iraq in 1966. 2,321 more words

The Waukesha State Bank Art Gallery Presents: Les Leffingwell


Les Leffingwell is native to the Milwaukee/ Waukesha/ Pewaukee landscape and is attracted by its rich visual arts heritage. He graduated from UWM in 1969 and found work as an art educator, fine art restorer and on-the-spot courtroom illustrator for television news. 201 more words


Big Eyes

This is my version of a painting by Kees van Dongen (The Corn Poppy). One of my friends gave me a picture of it and it intrigued me, so I decided to paint it. 35 more words

Marianne Libregts

Portrait de Mademoiselle Erna Carise

Kees van Dongen (Dutch/French, 1877-1968) – Portrait de Mademoiselle Erna Carise (Oil on canvas) – Rather than focusing on color, he sought to capture the elongated, supine elegance of the women of his era using a reduced palette. 44 more words


Tefaf’17: Менее старые мастера

Вторая часть рассказа про Tefaf_Mirrors’17, про менее старые зеркала (в каком-то смысле их можно назвать modern, но в истории искусства оно обычно для других вещей используется). 101 more words

Mirrors In Art

Tefaf'17: Modern Mirrors

Part #2 of the Tefaf_Mirrors’17, with more ‘modern’ art works (‘modern’ is a relative term). 544 more words

Mirrors In Art Works