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20aliens:

Philip Guston

gravellyrun:

Philip Guston Painter’s Table (1973)

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thearksakura:

Takuro Kuwata ceramics

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ancientpeoples:

Stone Bowl

Roman, A.D. 1 - 200 

The Romans had a taste for luxury tableware, especially vessels made from semi-precious stones, gold, and silver. Vessels carved from various forms of chalcedony, especially agate, were very popular. Artisans carved large pieces of the stone into perfume bottles, cups, and bowls of various forms. The marbled brown and white coloring of this bowl, the translucent quality of its thin walls, and the subtle grooved decoration of the exterior are all typical features of these vessels, which were widely copied by Roman glassmakers. 

This bowl was part of a large group of agate vessels discovered near Koptos in southern Egypt. Koptos, located on the Nile, was a stop on the trade route that connected the Arabian Sea and the Mediterranean. Agate travelled along this route from India, its main source in the ancient world, to Egypt, where the vessels were manufactured and shipped all over the Roman Empire

(Source: The Getty Museum)

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vuls:

Pablo Picasso

Bacchanale, 1956

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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Jacob Lawrence (USA 1917-2000)
Virginia Interior (1942)
gouache on ivory wove paper 560x 58.4 cm
Art Institute of Chicago,  USA

top five favorite artists of all time =]

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whenyouwereapostcard:

Henri Matisse
Interior with Etruscan Vase
1940

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johnmartinbell:

Philliip Guston | Residue | 1971

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benbrahemb:

Gregg Chadwick

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lawrenceleemagnuson:

Joan Miro (1893-1983)
Peinture (Femme, Journal, Chien) 1925
oil on canvas 92 x 73 cm

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fuckyeahdirectors:

Spike Lee with Edward Norton and Philip Seymour Hoffman on the set of 25th Hour (2002).

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labellefilleart:

Russian ballet, Konstantin Somov

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vjeranski:

FRED SANDBACK

Untitled (Jahn #73), 1979

lithograph

vjeranski:

Saul Steinberg

untitled

this Steinberg drawing was published on page 44 of the October 12, 1957 issue of the New Yorker magazine

pen & ink line drawing created for New Yorker Magazine.