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<b>Woman in beret and checked dress, 1937</b>, Pablo Picasso

"Todos os que desfrutam acreditam que na árvore o que importa é o fruto, quando na verdade o que importa é a semente: eis a diferença entre os que desfrutam e os que crêem." - Friedrich Nietzsche -

over/under in the paradise

na pali coast

潜水

Joan Miro https://t.co/sMImxIO11q

The Iris Garden at Giverny. Claude Monet, 1900. #monet #impressionism #arthistory

⏳Reposting a classic. The wonderful Dalí!⏳

Dan Colen, Richard Serra, Cindy Sherman, Lawrence Weiner, Jonas Wood, and Christopher Wool all have works in Planned Parenthood's "Choice Works" Benefit Auction. Eight artworks will be auctioned off at Planned Parenthood’s 100th Anniversary Gala to help raise contributions for Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood of New York City. Live bidding begins on Artsy, Tuesday, May 2, 9PM ET. Registration for the live auction will close May 2, 6PM ET. Click on the link in the bio to register to bid. #DanColen #PlannedParenthood #ChoiceWorks @PlannedParenthood @Artsy __________ Image: Dan Colen, "Dominatrix Tonight," 2015, flowers on bleached Belgium linen, 88 × 66 × 1 1/2 inches (223.5 × 167.6 × 3.8 cm) © Dan Colen.

The Four Trees. Claude Monet, 1891. #monet #impressionism #arthistory

Memories of the Garden at Etten, 1888. #vangogh #art #arthistory

Fishing in the Spring, 1887. #vangogh #art #arthistory

SILVIA TARGUETA

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Landscape under a Stormy Sky, 1888. #vangogh #art #arthistory

The influence of the Impressionists is clear from the bright colours and loose painting technique. Also in the #VanGoghSky in Montmartre: Behind the Moulin de la Galette (1887)

Daubigny's Garden, 1890. #vangogh #art #arthistory

À Paris City Vision oferece para os leitores do Conexão Paris 5% de desconto na visita à casa e jardins de Monet em Giverny. E 10% de redução nas visitas dos castelos do Loire e do Mont Saint Michel. Para obter o desconto clique no link inserido no artigo publicado ontem no blog. ##conexaoparis #dicasdeparis #giverny #pariscityvision #turismofrança

A very personal painting... Vincent painted this as a gift for his mother. It shows the church where his father was the minister. After being lost for 14 years this painting is finally back home. Visit the @vangoghmuseum in Amsterdam to see the paintings yourself or our website to discover the story of the stolen paintings online. #vangoghreturns #VanGoghFacts

‘In the morning, Alpes Maritimes from the Antibes’ John Russell C.1890-91, oil on canvas, 732x603cm National Gallery of Australia Canberra, Australia 'John Peter Russell was of the same generation of Australian artists as Tom Roberts and Arthur Streeton, but he lived and worked in Europe for 40 years, from 1876 to 1921, having direct contact with some of the significant artists of his time. He became friends with fellow student van Gogh and was influenced by his theories of colour, in particular his view that true painters do not render local colour, but use complementary colours in combination, such as blue and orange, yellow and violet. In 1886 Russell visited Belle Ile, a small island in the Bay of Biscay off the coast of Brittany, where he encountered Monet; the two artists painted together during that summer. Under Monet’s influence, Russell began to paint more freely with a visual rhythm and using a heightened palette. Both In the morning, Alpes Maritimes from Antibes and Landscape, Antibes are of the same scene in the south of France. In both, Russell captured the rippling, sparkling surface of the intense blue-green sea, the sun on the dappled golden-green grass and the mellow pulse of the distant mauve-blue mountains. He immersed himself in nature. In Landscape, Antibes ,he moved towards the edge of the cliff in order to portray more of the water and the boats sailing on it and less of the foreground foliage.’-Anne Gray for the National Gallery of Australia #johnrussell #impressionism #impressionismart

Wheatfield with Cornflowers, 1890. #vangogh #art #arthistory

Joan Miró at the Tate Modern ⭐️

Pablo Picasso https://t.co/yLUbYhC07x

Marc Chagall https://t.co/upfKQjei3F

Lilac Bush, 1889. #vangogh #art #arthistory