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landscapemode:

Alfred R. Mitchell (American, 1888-1972) San Jacinto Glow Oil on board, 8 x 10”

landscapemode:

Alfred R. Mitchell (American, 1888-1972)
San Jacinto Glow
Oil on board, 8 x 10”

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Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

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vincentvillella:

As an art student, you’re hit over the head repeatedly with Renaissance art, so I’ve gotten a little tired of it, but something I’m not tired of is the seemingly impossible naturalistic detail attained from stone and a chisel back then.

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littleteashi:

Big eye is watching you. 

littleteashi:

Big eye is watching you. 

mmmerlin:

Jacques Tati - Mon Oncle

mmmerlin:

Jacques Tati - Mon Oncle

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abrittann:

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amy nathans

amy nathans

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boyirl:

Ted LawsonEntropy, 2012

boyirl:

Ted Lawson
Entropy, 2012

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looks like she’s having fun

looks like she’s having fun

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explore-blog:

Illustrator Hiller Goodspeed captures Tolstoy’s notion of “emotional infectiousness" as the defining characteristic of art.

explore-blog:

Illustrator Hiller Goodspeed captures Tolstoy’s notion of “emotional infectiousness" as the defining characteristic of art.

cmog:

Biconical Bottle, possibly Persia, possibly Egypt, about 800-999. 53.1.32.  (via Biconical Bottle | Corning Museum of Glass)

cmog:

Biconical Bottle, possibly Persia, possibly Egypt, about 800-999. 53.1.32.  (via Biconical Bottle | Corning Museum of Glass)

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