magnificentlifeofplants:

A Higher Conscious Conversation

art-mirrors-art:

Fernando Botero - Mujer frente al espejo (2006)

art-mirrors-art:

Fernando Botero - Mujer frente al espejo (2006)

bofransson:

Edouard Vuillard, French, 1868-1940 
The Hessel’s Apartment, rue de Rivoli, Paris, 1903

bofransson:

Edouard Vuillard, French, 1868-1940 

The Hessel’s Apartment, rue de Rivoli, Paris, 1903

katiejonesbarlow:

From my project ‘A Useless Manual’

- How to wave goodbye

portraits-souvenirs:

Raoul Dufy by jakeaabel on Flickr.
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berndwuersching:

Franz MarcLiegender Hirsch, 1913

berndwuersching:

Franz Marc
Liegender Hirsch, 1913

workman:

katiejonesbarlow:

Selected sketchbook pages

dappledwithshadow:

Pink Nude (The Maiden and the Vase), Henri Matisse
c. 1923

dappledwithshadow:

Pink Nude (The Maiden and the Vase), Henri Matisse

c. 1923

workman:

grigiabot:
Robert Rauschenberg / Self-Portrait for Dwan Galler
132: Robert Rauschenberg, Self-Portrait for Dwan Galler : Lot 132

workman:

grigiabot:

Robert Rauschenberg / Self-Portrait for Dwan Galler

132: Robert Rauschenberg, Self-Portrait for Dwan Galler : Lot 132

theparisreview:

David Ignatow, The Art of Poetry No. 23

theparisreview:

David Ignatow, The Art of Poetry No. 23

oz-react:

“To disobey in order to take action is the byword of all creative spirits. The history of human progress amounts to a series of Promethean acts. But autonomy is also attained in the daily workings of individual lives by means of many small Promethean disobediences, at once clever, well thought out, and patiently pursued, so subtle at times as to avoid punishment entirely. All that remains in such a case is an equivocal, diluted form of guilt. I would say that there is good reason to study the dynamics of disobedience, the spark behind all knowledge.”
                                   —Gaston Bachelard, Fragments of a Poetics of Fire
Photo: Paris, May 1968 at The New York Times

oz-react:

“To disobey in order to take action is the byword of all creative spirits. The history of human progress amounts to a series of Promethean acts. But autonomy is also attained in the daily workings of individual lives by means of many small Promethean disobediences, at once clever, well thought out, and patiently pursued, so subtle at times as to avoid punishment entirely. All that remains in such a case is an equivocal, diluted form of guilt. I would say that there is good reason to study the dynamics of disobedience, the spark behind all knowledge.”

                                   —Gaston Bachelard, Fragments of a Poetics of Fire

Photo: Paris, May 1968 at The New York Times

(Source: ethel-baraona)

amare-habeo:

Moïse KISLING (1891-1953)
Red-haired Young Girl (Jeune fille rousse), N/D
Galerie David Pluskwa, France

amare-habeo:

Moïse KISLING (1891-1953)

Red-haired Young Girl (Jeune fille rousse), N/D

Galerie David Pluskwa, France

margadirube:

workman: gazophylacium: James Castle, Book, soot & spit.

margadirube:

workman: gazophylacium: James Castle, Book, soot & spit.

(Source: mmg16.blogspot.com)

paperimages:

Jan Sluijters (Dutch, 1881-1957), Landscape with Full Moon, 1910

paperimages:

Jan Sluijters (Dutch, 1881-1957), Landscape with Full Moon, 1910