Caroline Wooden

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Jean Shrimpton the Style Icon

In honor of The Shrimp's birthday, we rounded up the model's most iconic photos from the era which she helped define.<p>The '60s and '70s fashion scene was dominated by Jean Shrimpton for her ultra mod and glam look. In honor of The Shrimp's birthday, we rounded up the model's most iconic photos from …

Browse our #NewThisWeek collection: http://saatol.us/1cJh9Sd "Le ciel peut (bien) attendre I" ($1,000) is a mixed media work by French artist Virginie Gallois.

The travel season is upon us! Whether or not you're packing your bags, a virtual escape into art requires no passport (or taxi queue). Check out "Mach's gut!" ($790) by Berlin's Laura Nieto, featured in our collection of Originals for $1,000 & Under: http://saatol.us/12k9uVi

Discovered and released back into the wilds of the Web. #typehunter

packing up a small bag with supplies for some art journaling on the road #artjournal

Prompt: Washi Tape

Happy Monday! (or is that an oxymoron?)<p>This week I'm bringing you a supply-based prompt. One of my favorite supplies to play with at my art table is …

Inspired by mark making

Some weeks are just harder than others to create. Last week was one of those weeks.<p>Some weeks I just get brain overload ~ I want to draw and create …

A sacred act, a rite of passage, or simply a fabulous way to spend a Saturday night, dance has inspired artists for thousands of years. Depictions of this art form can be found on our Pinterest board, Let’s Dance. http://met.org/M9R3kg Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) | The Rehearsal of the Ballet Onstage | probably 1874

Editor's Pick: 22 March 2013 | Tate

Thanks everyone who left us a comment and came to visit us, online and in the gallery, this week!<p>On Thursday we celebrated World Poetry Day. Emma in …

Schwitters in Britain: a mystery collaged figure revealed | Tate

Of these William Keith Kellogg, as suggested by Rick Mumma, seems to be the closest facial match, but the signature, although not really legible, …

Art

Don’t miss “Late Klee,” closing Sunday. This selection of watercolors, drawings and paintings focuses on the last fifteen years of Paul Klee's life, from 1925 to 1940. http://met.org/14MzCw2 Paul Klee (German (born Switzerland), 1879–1940) | May Picture | 1925

‘Studies of Rabbits’, Sir Francis Seymour Haden, 1883 | Tate

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