this time tomorrow

'14 Buff, NY -- '13 Seattle, WA -- '12 Dakar, Senegal

kateoplis:

Serious gorgeousness: Rijksmuseum Revisited

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labellefilleart:

On the Sofa, Berthe Morisot

labellefilleart:

On the Sofa, Berthe Morisot

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greatartinuglyrooms:

Mark Rothko (redo)
varnishisapowerfulliquid:

Tate Gallery frame conservation technician, Adrian Moore, inspects John William Waterhouse's Lady of the Shalott prior to the September 8, 2012 opening of Love and Death: Victorian Paintings from Tate. He is using a flashlight to create a raking light effect on the surface and wearing an Optivisor to magnify the area of inspection.
Watch here. 

varnishisapowerfulliquid:

Tate Gallery frame conservation technician, Adrian Moore, inspects John William Waterhouse's Lady of the Shalott prior to the September 8, 2012 opening of Love and Death: Victorian Paintings from Tate. He is using a flashlight to create a raking light effect on the surface and wearing an Optivisor to magnify the area of inspection.

Watch here

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blue-voids:

Egon Schiele - Gerti Schiele, 1909

blue-voids:

Egon Schiele - Gerti Schiele, 1909

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installator:

“‘De kindermoord’ van Cornelis van Haarlem uit het Rijksmuseum werd vandaag gebracht. Het was passen en meten!” (Frans Hals Museum) [2012]

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Audio guide stop for Robert Henri, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, 1916

I love this! Spending the day sifting through the Whitney website today!

greeneyes55:

Picasso giving a drawing lesson Cannes France 1957
Photo: Rene Burri 

greeneyes55:

Picasso giving a drawing lesson Cannes France 1957

Photo: Rene Burri 

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kafkasapartment:

Le Bal élégant, La Danse à la campagne, 1913. Marie Laurencin.

Marie Laurencin has always been a favorite of mine. 

kafkasapartment:

Le Bal élégant, La Danse à la campagne, 1913. Marie Laurencin.

Marie Laurencin has always been a favorite of mine. 

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