September 24, 2014
afvan:

kim won ph by hong jang hyun for the wild magazine, 2014

afvan:

kim won ph by hong jang hyun for the wild magazine, 2014

September 24, 2014

thesludgefeast:

Cai Guo-QiangOne Night Stand, Explosion event for Nuit Blanche, realised October 5 on the Seine River, Paris, France, 2013

September 24, 2014
wi-ch:

SERAPHINEoil and acrylic on canvas

wi-ch:

SERAPHINE
oil and acrylic on canvas

September 24, 2014
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Matthew Ronay - Stems Topped by Sieve Plate, 2014
basswood, dye, plastic, steel
18 x 49 x 7 inches (45.7 x 124.5 x 17.8 cm) 

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Matthew Ronay - Stems Topped by Sieve Plate, 2014

basswood, dye, plastic, steel

18 x 49 x 7 inches (45.7 x 124.5 x 17.8 cm) 

September 24, 2014
withoutyourwalls:

Kenny Scharf, Blue, 2012

withoutyourwalls:

Kenny Scharf, Blue, 2012

September 24, 2014
Untitled by Liu Guangguang, 2014

Untitled by Liu Guangguang, 2014

September 23, 2014
americanartmuseum:

George Cochran Lambdin, Autumn Sunshine, 1880, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase
George Cochran Lambdin painted this work while living in Philadelphia’s Germantown section, an area famed in the late nineteenth century for its gardens. Lambdin turned his attention to paintings of flowers in 1870, probably inspired by the English Pre-Raphaelites, who believed that a closer study of nature resulted in paintings that were more spiritually truthful. In Autumn Sunshine, Lambdin did not use the traditional composition of a vase of flowers on a tabletop. Instead, his painting of potted plants on the floor of a greenhouse captures the flowers as they are still growing, creating a more natural image. The soft tones of yellow and pink emphasize the delicate texture of the chrysanthemum’s petals, while the dead leaves, together with the thin vine in the background, enhance the feeling of having captured a fleeting moment in nature.

americanartmuseum:

George Cochran Lambdin, Autumn Sunshine, 1880, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase

George Cochran Lambdin painted this work while living in Philadelphia’s Germantown section, an area famed in the late nineteenth century for its gardens. Lambdin turned his attention to paintings of flowers in 1870, probably inspired by the English Pre-Raphaelites, who believed that a closer study of nature resulted in paintings that were more spiritually truthful.

In Autumn Sunshine, Lambdin did not use the traditional composition of a vase of flowers on a tabletop. Instead, his painting of potted plants on the floor of a greenhouse captures the flowers as they are still growing, creating a more natural image. The soft tones of yellow and pink emphasize the delicate texture of the chrysanthemum’s petals, while the dead leaves, together with the thin vine in the background, enhance the feeling of having captured a fleeting moment in nature.

September 23, 2014
kendrickbrinson:

Imperial Sand Dunes

kendrickbrinson:

Imperial Sand Dunes

September 23, 2014
magictransistor:

Max Ernst, Naissance d’une galaxie (Birth of a Galaxy), 1969.

magictransistor:

Max Ernst, Naissance d’une galaxie (Birth of a Galaxy), 1969.

September 23, 2014
marksandstencils:

'Perched'

marksandstencils:

'Perched'