Dan Segar

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<b>Pierre Soulages</b> - Untitled, 1973<p>Gouache sur papier marouflé sur toile (65 x 50 cm)


North Shore, Lake Superior, c.1921 Lawren S. Harris.


鉄道のある風景 Railway Landscape <br>by 関野準一郎, 山高 登, 森村玲 - Jun-ichiro Sekino, Noboru Yamataka and Rei Morimura


Maurice Green (Latvia, 1908 - 1993) Abstract in Green 1970


Richard Diebenkorn.


“Mythic Chemist” oil on canvas 60 x48" #hospitalitydesign #modernart #artadvisory #curatedspace #pioneerdrivenmad #oilpainting (at Cleveland, Ohio)


Jan Toorop (Dutch, 1858-1928)<p>Broek in Waterland 1889


Arthur Segal

Johnny Mansell (George Baker) and Calico (Diana Dors), Tread Softly Stranger, 1958

Allo allo bonjour

1957 illustration by RG Harris

1964 illustration by Renato Fratini

1964 illustration by Renato Fratini

The Yearling

The Yearling. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. Illustrations by Edward Shenton. New York: Scribner’s, 1938. First trade edition of Rawlings’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Original dust jacket.<p>“You’ve seed how things goes in the world o’ men. You’ve knowed men to be low-down and mean. You’ve seed ol’ Death at his tricks…Ever’ man wants life to be a fine thing, and a easy. ‘Tis fine, boy, powerful fine, but 'tain’t easy.”

Ford Taunus (1960–1964)

George Duffy Chrysler-Plymouth

George Duffy Chrysler-Plymouth


Pontiac Bonneville Vista Hardtop 1959 - Palm Springs Automobilist.


Cadillac Eldorado c.1960 - AmeriCar The Beautiful.


Buick Roadmaster 4 portes Riviera 1956 - Luis Cesar.


Psychedelic fashion advert illustrated by Takeo Takei, 1967. (♥)


Article written by Felicity Green, Daily Mirror, Friday, October 30, 1964, UK


Twiggy wearing Foale and Tuffin’s wrap dress in black-dotted cream georgette, 1967. Photograph by Justin de Villeneuve. Image scanned by Sweet Jane.

Good Girl Art

Robert Sheckley's Untouched by Human Hands (Four Square 1967) Image © Josh Kirby Estate

Orson Welles’ Mercury Theatre made its radio debut on the Mutual Network on this date in 1937 with an ambitous seven-part adaptation of “Les Miserables,” Besides Welles, among the series other stars included his first wife, Virginia Nicolson. Photo of Welles from the L.A. Times files.