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[heyo. I hope you see art that you like. I hope you see inspiration.]

When in doubt, dress like a museum

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have some art history garb

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Heinrich Kühn, Landscape; an autochrome from 1910

Heinrich Kühn, Landscape; an autochrome from 1910

(Source: metmuseum.org)

shamefullyinspired:

every time

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Jackson Pollock, Number 7; 1952

Jackson Pollock, Number 7; 1952

(Source: metmuseum.org)

some haunting art nouveau murals by Lucien Levy-Dhurmer, 1910-1914

Franz Kline, Black Reflections; 1959

Franz Kline, Black Reflections; 1959

(Source: metmuseum.org)

arthubblog:

Her Mother’s Kiss, 1899Eugène Anatole Carrière (1849 – 1906), FrenchA great part of Carrière’s work was devoted to portraying members of his family. This canvas was painted not long before the artist’s death. The figure on the left can be identified as the artist’s wife Sophie, and the model in the middle – his daughter Marguerite. — at Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

arthubblog:

Her Mother’s Kiss, 1899
Eugène Anatole Carrière (1849 – 1906), French

A great part of Carrière’s work was devoted to portraying members of his family. This canvas was painted not long before the artist’s death. The figure on the left can be identified as the artist’s wife Sophie, and the model in the middle – his daughter Marguerite.
— at Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

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#Carrière   #art   #painting   #modern art   #?   
arthubblog:

Prisoners Exercising, 1890 Vincent Willem van Gogh (1853 – 1890), Dutch "Prisoners Exercising" (also known as "Prisoners’ Round") was painted during Vincent van Gogh’s stay at the asylum in Saint-Rémy. During the month of February, 1890 Van Gogh produced a number of paintings that were copies of works by other artists. This painting is one of the most striking copies of Van Gogh’s career. The original of this work, Newgate: The Exercise Yard, was drawn by Gustave Doré. — at Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

arthubblog:

Prisoners Exercising, 1890 
Vincent Willem van Gogh (1853 – 1890), Dutch 

"Prisoners Exercising" (also known as "Prisoners’ Round") was painted during Vincent van Gogh’s stay at the asylum in Saint-Rémy. During the month of February, 1890 Van Gogh produced a number of paintings that were copies of works by other artists. This painting is one of the most striking copies of Van Gogh’s career. The original of this work, Newgate: The Exercise Yard, was drawn by Gustave Doré.
— at Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

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art-yeti
Joseph Kosuth, Five words in green neon; 1965

    therockomaba:

Neon is always redish orange. Different colors of tube lighting like that is different types Noble Gasses being ionized in the same way as neon. They all glow at different colors, and many colors are just krypton with a colored gel over the tube. So this is not five words in green neon, because green neon doesn’t exist.

I wrote this drunk so forgive spelling.

art-yeti

// It is neon in that it refers to the type of sign/lighting it is— A neon sign. 
Joseph Kosuth’s work often has a self-referencing theme.
Perhaps you could have worked this insight into the ideas of textuality, tautology, culture semiotics, other post-structuralist interests that intrigued/influenced many early conceptual artists, and cultural relevance of neon signs— then we’d be squawkin’

but thanks for the science lesson..
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oh, and while we’re on this subject…. let’s clear up a few other gray areas

  1. Lava lamps are NOT LAVA. (try to breathe). For one, lava is what spews from a volcano— immediately an impossibility. “But can it be magma?” I presume you ask. NO.  Magma is mostly molten rock, and underground. Lava lamps are in conclusion an enigma; scientist say they may even be a figment, some mass delusion we all share

  2. and Track lighting does not run track & field. But if it did that would be TOtallly UNfair, i mean have you even seen light???? i swear it’s like the fastest like omg woaA slow down homephoton

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i wrote this sober. i seek no forgiveness.

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Jean Pucelle, The Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux, Queen of France; 1324-1328

Jean Pucelle, The Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux, Queen of France; 1324-1328

(Source: the-athenaeum.org)

Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with Couple Walking and Crescent Moon; 1890

Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with Couple Walking and Crescent Moon; 1890

(Source: the-athenaeum.org)

well damn.
My 666 follower bliss was short lived……due to hashtagswaglol
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there ain’t no pokecenter that can revive yo punk ass moon fluff  from this double slap storm

// I’ve reached the most important milestone of any blogger- 666 followers


and that 666th follower who rained down flame and brimstone is bellle-epoque 
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now.


Arshile Gorky, Study for “Year After Year” ;1947

Arshile Gorky, Study for “Year After Year” ;1947

(Source: metmuseum.org)