By Dan Segar | Pretentiousness, confusion and obscurity for self-proclaimed hipsters.
<b>Ralph Balson</b>: Constructive painting (1948)
<b>Paul Nash</b>: The Two Serpents (1929-1937)
<b>Thomas Moran</b>: Sunset at Sea (1906)
<b>Helen Frankenthaler</b>: Tulip Tint (1975)
terminusantequem:Maurice Estève (French, 1904-2001), Rivanoir, 1969. Lithography on paper, 68 x 83 cm
Maurice Estève (French, 1904-2001), Rivanoir, 1969. Lithography on paper, 68 x 83 cm
<b><br>Ad Reinhardt</b><br>Abstraction #6
Tihamér Gyarmathy - <i>Blue World</i> (oil on canvas, 1968)
Carlos Lança (Portugal, 1937) Ego 1967
Size: 151.7x284.5 cm<br>Medium: Oil on canvas<p>Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Gift, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cantor, 1958 © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
Nadir Afonso (Portugal, 1920 - 2013) Place de la Gare 1968
<b>botanical garden</b><p>Convenevole da Prato, Carmina regia, Tuscany ca. 1335<p>BL, Royal 6 E IX, fol. 15v
Lyonel Feininger’s Street Nocturne, 1929 (via here)
Size: 87.5x72 cm<br>Medium: oil on canvas
<b>Joan Miró</b> – Dutch Interior (III), 1928<br>Oil on canvas, 129.9 x 96.8 cm
Hércules Barsotti, <i>Untitled</i><p>(gouache on paper)
Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) Hatakudari in Shiobara
<b>Óscar Domínguez</b> – Tauromachie, 1951
<b>BRONZINO, Agnolo</b><br>Pygmalion and Galatea<br>1529-32<br>Oil on panel, 81 x 63 cm<br>Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack. Reaching The Stars. 1922.
Robert Motherwell (1915–1991) - Figure with Blots (1943)
Victor Brauner (1903-1966) - Six personnages (1948)
<b>Paul Henry</b>（Irish, 1876-1958）
Girl Stands in a Field Reading Her Book. Harold Knight (English, 1874-1961).<p>After spending time in Paris, studying art under Jean-Paul Laurens and Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, then at Staithes on the North Yorkshire coast, Harold Knight moved in 1907, with Laura, to Newlyn, a fishing port in Cornwall, where they became part of the Newlyn School.
The <b>Codex Laud</b> is a Precolumbian Mexican document dating between the 13th and 15th centuries outlining ritual practices associated with the Nahua calendar. It is one of only a few indigenous American documents which survived the Spanish Conquest, in which an unknown amount of other indigenous codices were destroyed in the name of colonialism.
Franz Gertsch (Swiss, b. 1930), <i>Schwarzwasser I,</i> 1990/91. Woodcut, 234 x 181 cm.