chetvergvecher (chetvergvecher) wrote,
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Natale Schiavoni; 1777, Chioggia – 1858
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Tadeusz (Tade) Styka (Poland, 1889 – 1954)
Styka1

Lace and necklace - Eric Wallis
Wallis1

Doña Josefa Benavides, Marchioness de Villena
Villena1

Max Slevogt (German,1868-1932) Anna Pavlova
Slevogt1

Ambrosius Benson The Magdalen Reading c.1525
Benson1

Artist: Concept Rhythm
Concept1

Lady with Cat Zayasaikhan Sambuu
Sambuu1

Victor Gabriel Gilbert (French, 1847-1933) The Young Artist
Gilbert1

A boat on the Sumida River in moonlight, 新井芳宗 / Arai Yoshimune. (1873 - 1945)
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Mark Kostabi
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Mark Kostabi
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Woman in Blue Kimonoby Keiichi Takasawa, 1970s
Takasawa1

Jiansong Chain
Chain1

Oda Tomiya 小田富弥 (1895-1990) Beauty resting, summer evening - Circa 1926
Tomiya1

Aron Wiesenfeld
Wiesenfeld1

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Wiesenfeld3

Wiesenfeld4

Odalisque Harold H Piffard (1867-1938)
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Rosina.1878 Sargent
Sargent1

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George Barbier, plate depicting Tamara Karsavina and Vaslav Nijinski in Le Spectre de la Rose, in Jean-Louis Vaudoyer and George Barbier, Album Dédié á Tamar Karsavina (Paris: Pierre Corrard, 1914). The ballet was first presented in Monte Carlo on 19 April 1911. Nijinsky danced The Rose and Karsavina danced The Young Girl. Spectre became internationally famous for the leap (jump) Nijinsky made through a window at the ballet’s end
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Portrait of Madame Adélaïde (1732-1800) (1787). Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (French, 1749–1803). Oil on canvas. Palace of Versailles. The three profile heads on the medallion are from left to right: the Dauphin (1729-1765) brother of Madame Adélaïde and son of Louis XV, then Marie Leczinska (1703-1768) mother of Madame Adélaïde and wife of Louis XV, and finally the King Louis XV (1710-1774) father of Madame Adélaïde. At the bottom of the medallion it says: “leur image est encor le charme de ma vie”, which means “their image/picture is still the charm of my life”
Labille1

Lyra Silvertongue reading. Allyson Haller Illustration and Design. "This is Lyra, the heroine from the ‘His Dark Materials’ trilogy written by Philip Pullman. For those who have read it: I imagine this image takes place sometime after the events in third book"
Haller1

Portrait of Francesco I de’ Medici (1551). Agnolo Bronzino (Italian, 1503-1572). Tempera on wood. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. First son of Cosimo I dei Medici and Eleonora di Toledo, Francesco (Florence 1541-1587) succeeded his father to the throne in 1574 and became the second Grand Duke of Tuscany. The picture shows Francesco approximately at the age of ten, keeping a letter and dressed as a noble child
Bronzino1

Portrait of a Lady (c.1550). Peter de Kempeneer (Flemish, 1503-1586). Mixed technique on poplar. Städel Museum. Because it combines the monumental Italian conception of the portrait with the busy, small-scale Netherlandish approach to landscape, the attribution of this portrait was long disputed. Its recent ascription to Peter de Kempeneer is the most persuasive proposal, since it offers a plausible explanation for the work’s conflicting “stylistic registers”. Trained in Brussels, de Kempeneer went to Italy as a young man, where he probably painted the portrait now at the Städel.
Kempeneer1

Woman reading as cat sits on stack of books. Illustration made by Dani, also known as the Cat. “A book is the only place in which you can examine a fragile thought without breaking it, or explore an explosive idea without fear it will go off in your face. It is one of the few havens remaining where a man’s mind can get both provocation and privacy.” — Edward P. Morgan
Dani1

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Village in Winter Isaac Ilich Levitan - 1877-1878
Levitan1

Trunk of a Burgeoning Oak, c. 1882 Isaac Levitan
Levitan2

Edward Hopper, Sea Watchers
Hopper6

Olle Hjortzberg, Sweden (1872-1959) Landscape
Hjortzberg1

Auguste Pellerin (II) Henri Matisse - 1917
Matisse5

Grassy Dunes, Gloucester John Sloan - 1914
Sloan1

Cucumbers Felix Vallotton - 1911
Vallotton11

Jean Brusselmans (1884-1953) Spring 1936
Brusselmans1

L.A. Ring - “I høst. Tuehusene, 1885”
Ring1

Allen Tucker, “Mount Aberdeen, Sunny Afternoon,” 1912
Tucker1


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Simone Pignoni, The Liberation of Saint Peter, 17th century
Pignoni1

Benedetto Gennari il Giovane, The Guardian Angel, 17th century
Giovane1

Stefano Maria Legnani (Il Legnanino), The Three Marys at the Sepulchre, c. 1700
Legnani1

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