Art Ponce

By Dan Segar | Pretentiousness, confusion and obscurity for self-proclaimed hipsters.

fuckyeahpaganism:

Midsummer’s Eve by Edward Robert Hughes

spoutziki-art:

Abbott Handerson Thayer - <i>A Virgin</i>, 1892-1893

pre-raphaelisms:

Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale, <i>The Ugly Princess</i>, 1902

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

– Erté<p>“The Golden Fleece”

fleurdulys:

<i>Girl in the Garden - Eugene Grasset</i>

Antonio Javier Caparo http://antoniocaparo.com/

mattlyon:

Schema 30

sunjongpyo:

sam francis

whatjanesaw:

Victor Brauner

igormaglica:

Celia Johnson, <i>Maistin</i>, 2016.<p>encaustic painting on wood panel, 16 x 14 inches

sakrogoat:

<b>Gustav Klimt</b> - Hygieia

birdsong217:

<i>Northern Lights, Iceland,</i> 1899.

salvadordali-art:

Carolyn Cole(American)here, here, and here  

Is this alien saying hello? Image © Josh Kirby Estate

darkelf-whitewitch:

Ophelia ♡<p>✨🔮✨

dearheartland:

Apollinary Mikhaylovich Vasnetsov (1856 – 1933)<p><i>Old Moscow: A Street in Kitai Gorod at the Beginning of the 17th Century, 1900</i>

renaissance-art:

Detail from <i>The Unicorn is Found</i>- from the Unicorn Tapestries

imthelizardqueen:

<i>L'Escarpolette (The Swing, El Columpio)</i> painted by Jean Honoré Fragonard (1767).

philamuseum:

“My paintings’ surfaces are expansive and push outward in all directions, or their surfaces contract and rush inward in all directions. Between these two poles, you can find everything I want to say.” —Mark Rothko, born on this day in 1903<p>“Untitled,” 1955, by Mark Rothko © Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

phileas69:

<b>Wyndham Lewis</b><br>Duo rouge / Red duet<br>Craie et gouache sur papier / Chalk and gouache on paper<br>38.5 x 56 cm<br>1914

thatsbutterbaby:

Victor Vasarely, <i>OB II</i>, 1955-1956.

pictorialautobiography:

Kenton Nelson, Mrs. McLaughlin’s Departure, oil on panel

classic-art:

<i>Orquesta Sinfonica</i><p><b>Man Ray, 1916</b>

dailyrothko:

Mark Rothko, Yellow, Cherry, Orange,1947<p>Oil on canvas, 173 x 107 cm

sesiondemadrugada:

Bonifacio Alfonso.

collageoftheweek:

Richard Hamilton, <i>Glorious Techniculture,</i> 1962