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Artist : Tom French © Posted by Humam

Bryan Hible - Impossible Bottle Posted by Franco

Artist: Barbara Bezina Posted by Lara

Giovanni Boldini Posted by Lara

12" Vinyl painting of Sioxsie Sioux by John Wentz Posted by Franco

Optical Illusions with Naked Bodies

French photographer Olivier Valsecchi presents a series of photographs called Klecksography absolutely beautiful. Using the human body as a material, …

Artist: Loui Jover Posted by Lara

Artist: Jamshid Rasti Going nowhere Posted by Lara


Artist: Elena Lishanskaya Posted by Lara

Artist: Loui Jover Posted by Lara

“I am fifty years old and I have always lived in freedom; let me end my life free; when I am dead let this be said of me: 'He belonged to no school, to no church, to no institution, to no academy, least of all to any régime except the régime of liberty." (Gustave Courbet) Posted by Lara

The Raven Artist : James Carling © Posted by Humam

Artist : Franz Hein © Posted by Humam

Artist : Farouk Kondakji © Posted by Humam

Artist: Kees van Dongen Title: La Gitane (La Curieuse) Completion Date: 1911 Style: Fauvism Posted by Lara

Happy Birthday to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who was born on this day in 1864

Happy Birthday to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who was born on this day in 1864. Often described as an aristocratic, alcoholic dwarf who was known for his louche lifestyle, Toulouse-Lautrec was loosely associated with the Post-Impressionist movement, and best known for his extensive work in lithography and poster art.

Artist: Paul Klee Title: Pierrot Lunaire Completion Date: 1924 Style: Expressionism Period: Bauhaus Genre: portrait Technique: watercolor Posted by Lara

Artist: Kees van Dongen Title: l'Ecuyère Completion Date: 1920 Style: Post-Impressionism Posted by Lara

Artist: Franz Marc Title: Small Horse Picture Completion Date: 1909 Style: Impressionism Genre: animal painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 16 x 25 cm Gallery: Franz Marc Museum, Kochel am See, Germany Posted by Lara

Turkey's 'Rockin' Imam' Inspires Youth, Tests Boundaries

At 42, Ahmet Muhsin Tuzer has a modest post as imam in a small mosque in the village of Pinarbasi, near Turkey's Mediterranean coast, where he serves about 15 Sunni Muslim families. It's not the kind of place where you'd expect to find an imam attracting attention across Turkey and beyond.<p>But Tuzer …

Lucian Freud

Lucian Freud is undeniably one of the greatest figurative painters of his time. The sitter for this classic Freud etching was the artist’s favorite model - Leigh Bowery. Bowery (1961-1994) was an Australian performance artist based in London who posed for the artist over a period of four years. Freud’s attraction to Bowery is obvious, for the sheer size and unique look of the sitter, his physical presence a wonderful exotic body to interpret.<p>This work has been in a private collection for 21 …

Artist: Loui Jover her rain Posted by Lara

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Artist: Ben Tour Posted by Lara

Artist : Nanda Corrêa © Posted by Humam

Autumn Landscape at Ammersee Christian Rohlfs - 1920 Owner/Location: Museum Folkwang - Essen (Germany) posted by Lee


Carving of Men Carrying Goats Before the Ruler<p>3000 BC<p>Sumerian<p>This fragmentary tablet depicts a seated man, probably a ruler or high official, holding a beaker in his right hand and a bundle of plants in his left. A nude priest brings a jug, and a small goat is jumping onto the ruler’s knees. Two officials in the characteristic tufted skirts approach; the first clasps his hands in a gesture of respect, and the second brings a goat as a gift or offering.

The Cleveland Museum of Art rarely publishes catalogs that try to stir broad public debate on politics, law, cultural identity and global…

The Cleveland Museum of Art rarely publishes catalogs that try to stir broad public debate on politics, law, cultural identity and global diplomacy.<p>With the release of a new catalog today, however, the museum is wading directly into the international controversy over collecting ancient works of art whose ownership histories, or provenances, remain partially or entirely unknown.<p>The book, “Praxiteles: The Cleveland Apollo,” authored by the museum’s curator of Greek and Roman art, Michael Bennett, …