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biologicallyangry · a day ago
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women in art: eleanor fortescue-brickdale (1872-1945)
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eleanor fortescue-brickdale was a british painter born to an upper-class family who enrolled at the royal academy of london in 1897. her subject matter of choice was replications of stories from myths and popular plays such as those by shakespeare. she became less productive in her later years as her sight started to fail her. (more on her life from aware women artists)
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the deceitfulness of riches (1901)
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the little foot page (1905)
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the uninvited guest (1906)
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if one could have that little head of hers (1910)
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idylls of the king (1913)
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elaine (1913)
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maud is only seventeen (1919)
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st clare (1919)
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random-brushstrokes · 2 days ago
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Thomas Theodor Heine - Siegfried (1921)
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mysteriousartcentury · 8 months ago
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Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914), The Princess Out of School, 1901, gouache and watercolour with some scratching out, 52 x 95.3 cm. National Gallery of Victoria
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jareckiworld · a month ago
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Joan Semmel — Erotic Yellow  (oil on canvas, 1973)
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untiloblivions · 8 months ago
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Jannes De Vries
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peaceinthestorm · 9 months ago
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Theo Meier (1908-1982, Swiss) ~ Jettli with a Vase of Orchids, n/d
[Source: Christie’s]
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klassizismus · 11 months ago
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Dead Mother, Egon Schiele, 1910
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biologicallyangry · a month ago
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women in art: zinaida serebriakova (1884-1967)
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russian painter zinaida serebriakova was born into a family of artists and became one of the first woman painters to achieve widespread acclaim in russia, though she lived most of her life in france. she was known for her ability to capture people from all walks of life, from portraits of herself and her children, to ballerinas, to peasant women, to those engaged in everyday life. more on her life from daily art magazine
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self portrait at the dressing table (1909)
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at breakfast (1914)
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harvesting (1915)
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the canvas bleaching (1917)
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on the terrace in kharkov (1919)
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self portrait with daughters (1921)
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portrait of v. ivanova in spanish costume (1924)
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moroccan woman wearing a pink dress (1932)
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sleeping katya (1945)
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random-brushstrokes · a day ago
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Marian Wawrzeniecki - The old truth lies in books (1910)
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mysteriousartcentury · 8 months ago
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Frank Cadogan Cowper (1877-1958), Venetian Ladies Listening to "The Serenade" on the Grand Canal, 1908-1909, oil on canvas, 88.9 x 128.9 cm. In a private collection.
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ec-phrasis · 3 months ago
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Käthe Kollwitz, Lamentation in Memory of Ernst Barlach, 1938
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jareckiworld · 11 days ago
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⁣Sándor Bortnyik (1893-1976) — 20th Century Mona Lisa  (tempera on cardboard, 1963)
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petalpetal · 2 months ago
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Artist I Like Series
Charlotte Salomon 1917-1943 a German-Jewish artist born in Berlin. She is primarily remembered as the creator of an autobiographical series of paintings Leben? oder Theater?: Ein Singspiel (Life? or Theater?: A Song-play) consisting of 769 individual works painted between 1941 and 1943 in the south of France, while Salomon was in hiding from the Nazis. She was unfortunately captured and deported to Auschwitz where she was later killed.
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