By Dan Segar | Pretentiousness, confusion and obscurity for self-proclaimed hipsters.
<b>Kacper Kowalski</b> was born in 1977. With a degree in architecture, he focuses on aerial photography.<p>Both a pilot and a photographer, he has unique control over each shot. As a result, he captures previously unseen natural environments and ordinarily inaccessible cityscapes. In this way, unreal, almost graphic pictures come into being. They show patterns, symmetries, and asymmetries created by humans and nature.<p>For his images, he’s received numerous awards and honorable mentions, including the …
<b>Mark Rothko</b>, <i>Untitled</i>, 1947
<b>John McLaughlin</b><p>Untitled (1950)<p>gouache on board
<b>Gino Severini</b> (1883-1966) Still Life (Centrifugal Expansion of Colors), 1916
Pius Fox, Untitled(PFMM15_050)
Hans Emmenegger (1866-1940), <i>Waldbild / Forest image</i>, 1934.<p>oil on canvas, 44 x 30 cm
André Lanskoy (Russia, 1902 – 1976) Composition
Sonia Delaunay. <i>Rythme</i>, 1956 [source]
Sally Anne Fitter
The Temptation of Saint Hilarion<p>Dominique Papety (1815–1849)<p>The Wallace Collection
20 minutes on June 30th, blindfolded test
<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
“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
Midnight Swimming Hole - Jan Schmuckal<p>American, b.1960s<p>Oil on Linen, 30" x 30" x ¾"
<b>Bradley Walker Tomlin,</b> <i>Vessel in a drift of diamond light in the sky of the mind,</i> 1944