chetvergvecher (chetvergvecher) wrote,
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Somnath Bothe (b. 1982)
Bothe1

Ichiro Tsuruta
Tsuruta5

by Cesare Marchesini
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Young Woman Standing at a Virginal (c. 1670-1672). Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1635-1672). Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London. The richly dressed lady playing a virginal stands in a prosperous Dutch home with paintings on the wall, a marble-tiled floor, and a skirting of locally produced Delft blue and white tiles. The small landscape on the left and the painting decorating the lid of the virginal resemble works by Vermeer’s Delft colleague Pieter Groenewegen
Vermeer1

Woman’s Mission: Companion of Manhood (1863). George Elgar Hicks (English, 1824–1914). Oil paint on canvas. Tate. The narrative is made clear through the discarded, black-edged envelope lying on the floor and the letter in the husband’s hand. He has just received news of the death of someone close to him and his wife, the ‘companion of manhood,’ comforts him in his grief. She is a dutiful wife in every way, clearly able to run an efficient and comfortable home. The table is neatly laid for breakfast and there are fresh flowers in the vase on the mantlepiece. She is attractive and well groomed, but not frivolous in appearance. Her concern is solely for her husband’s welfare and well being
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A quiet read. Ernst Anders (German, 1845-1911). Oil on panel. “No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” — Confucius
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Tea Weather. La-Chapeliere-Folle, deviantART. “Surely everyone is aware of the divine pleasures which attend a wintry fireside; candles at four o’clock, warm hearthrugs, tea, a fair tea-maker, shutters closed, curtains flowing in ample draperies to the floor, whilst the wind and rain are raging audibly without.” ~ Thomas De Quincey
Folle1

Lady Playing a Lute (c.1530). Bartolomeo Veneto (Italian, c.1470-c.1531) and Workshop. Oil on panel. J. Paul Getty Museum. Wearing an enigmatic expression, a young woman plays the lute. Instead of consulting the open book of music, the lutist faces the viewer. A sheer veil covers her wavy hair, and embroidered and jeweled trimming lines the bodice and sleeves of her green velvet gown. A fur piece is draped over her left arm. Worn by high-ranking women in the 1500s, such furs were thought to keep away fleas
Veneto1

Woman reading The Making of the Modern Mind on the Bronx local subway. Abner Dean. The New Yorker. Published March 10, 1934. The Making of the Modern Mind. A Survey of the Intellectual Background of the Present Age. John Herman Randall. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston & NY, 1926. “It is fascinating to explore the mind of the present generation, to unravel the many threads that enter into its tangled fabric and trace them back to their first appearance in the loom of history…”
Dean1

Redburn: His First Voyage. Herman Melville. Doubleday Anchor, 1957 (first published 1849). Cover by Edward Gorey. Drawn from Melville’s own adolescent experience aboard a merchant ship, Redburn charts the coming-of-age of Wellingborough Redburn, a young innocent who embarks on a crossing to Liverpool together with a roguish crew. Once in Liverpool, Redburn encounters the squalid conditions of the city and meets Harry Bolton, a bereft and damaged soul.
Gorey1

Cover of the brochure of the “Entartete Musik” exhibition. Hans Severus Ziegler was a state censor in Nazi Germany. He organized the exhibition “Entartete Musik” (degenerate music) in which he ridiculed jazz and the music of Jewish composers, and demanded their removal from German musical life. The cover of the brochure depicted a caricature of a black jazz musician, who wears a Star of David in his buttonhole
Music1

Don Quixote reading. From the series of Don Quixote. Marcel Nino Pajot (French, born 1945), Mixed media. With Pajot, the project is only a pretext for endless searches of nuances, interpretations a thousand times repeated to achieve a deeper black, more discreet gold, a delicate sheen … This is at least what the artist claims. In truth, he is constantly in search of Don Quixote
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - The Spanish Guitarist
Renoir2

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - The Redhead with a White Blouse
Lautrec1

Portrait of Georges Camille Pissarro - circa 1880
Pissarro2

The Country Road Marianne von Werefkin - 1907
Werefkin1

Dean Mitchell -Built to Last
Mitchell1

Andrew Wyeth 1917 - 2009 In The Boat 1935
Wyeth3

Andrew Wyeth 1917 - 2009 Beech Tree 1934
Wyeth4

Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky 1876-1956 Birch Tree In Spring 1946
Konchalovsky3

Greenland (Spring) Rockwell Kent - circa 1934-1935
Kent1

Andrew Tozer - At the Water’s Edge
Tozer1

Felix Vallotton - Un Grain, baie de Seine 1918
Vallotton1

'Crows in Winter' (1941) N.C. Wyeth
Wyeth6

Hay Stacks Mathias J. Alten - 1909
Alten1

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Carlo Dolci, Madonna and Child, 17th century
Dolci1

Fra Diamante, The Benson Madonna, c. 1450-7
Diamante1

Matthias Stom, The Lutenist and Flautist, c. 1640s
Stom1

Giovanni Andrea Coppola, The Immaculate Conception, 1645
Coppola1

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Houses in Auvers Vincent van Gogh - 1890
Gogh5

Beach at Heist - Georges Lemmen
Lemmen1

demonagerie: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, - BSB…
Bsb1

Hieronymus Bosch ~ “Concert in the Egg”, 1560
Bosch1

Artist: Martin Schongauer
Schongauer1

Frederick Frieseke - The Garden Parasol
Frieseke1

Heptu Bidding Farewell to the City of Obb, 1909 John Duncan
Duncan1

The Black Cat (1894-1895) by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Beardsley1

Sentinels
Sentinels1

Felix Jenewein, The Plague (Чума) -1901
Jenewein1

Jugend: Münchner illustrierte Wochenschrift für Kunst und Leben 4.1899, Band 1 (Nr. 1-26
Munchner1

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