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jareckiworld · a month ago
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Vance Kirkland (1904-1981) — Red on Blue  (oil paint and water technique with dots overlaid on canvas, 1965)
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philamuseum · 9 days ago
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This post is for the plant parents. Happy Houseplant Appreciation Day!
"Cactus," 1931, by Charles Sheeler 
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Rockwell Kent ‘The Trapper’ 1921.
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oncanvas · 10 days ago
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Portrait of Newtown House, Charles Sheeler, 1932
Oil on gesso board 4 x 5 in. (10.16 x 12.7 cm)
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southwestart · 12 days ago
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Raymond Jonson
Cloud Forms & Mesas No.1
1926
oil on canvas
27.75 x 39.75 inches
Lucile and Donald Graham Collection of the Denver Art Museum
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thejewellerybox · 7 months ago
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Sunburst brooch by Henry Steig, mid-20th Century
American modernism, 14kt yellow gold ($2,950, 1stdibs)
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downrushing · 9 months ago
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georgia o’keeffe to anita pollitzer, august 25, 1915.
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my-kelde · 4 months ago
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William Zorach. Male Cat (Alternative Titles: Cat, Tooky, Maine Cat, Seated Cat,
                           Tooky-Standing Cat), 5/6, 1924-1927.
bronze
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pittipedia · 6 months ago
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'Night Firing of Tobacco' by Thomas Hart Benton (1943)
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dailyhistoryposts · 5 months ago
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Blue Flower (1918) by Georgia O'Keeffe. Pastel on paper.
Currently displayed at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.
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4eternal-life · 2 months ago
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Charles Demuth  (American, 1883–1935)
Bermuda No. 2, The Schooner,  1917
watercolor and graphite on paper
Metropolitan Museum of Art
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jareckiworld · 10 months ago
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Agnes Pelton (1881–1961) — Mother of Silence  (oil on canvas, 1933)
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Abraham Walkowitz Pen & Ink Drawings ‘Isadora Duncan I & II’ 1918. 
(Walkowitz (1878-1965), studied at the Cooper Union, the Educational Alliance in New York City, the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League. He was closely affiliated with the Stieglitz circle and the internationally renowned 291 Gallery. His work is represented in virtually every major American museum.  Walkowitz met Isadora Duncan in the sculptor Auguste Rodin’s studio during a trip to France in 1906. After their introduction, Walkowitz watched her dance, bare-footed and free-flowing, at a private salon the following day. The experience inspired Walkowitz to such an extent that he went on to create numerous gestural renderings of her dancing, principally from memory, throughout his lifetime. About Duncan, Walkowitz recalled, “She was a Muse. She had no laws. She didn’t dance according to rules. She created. She was like music. When she moved, it was like the sound of violins; she was the Walt Whitman of women.”)   
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oncanvas · 5 months ago
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Shell and Old Shingle V, Georgia O'Keeffe, 1926
Oil on canvas 76.2 x 46 cm (30 x 18.11 in.) Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain
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southwestart · a month ago
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Ed Mell, Night Storm, 1987, oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches
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nistley · 2 months ago
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Paintings by Georgia ‘o Keeffe
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peaceinthestorm · a year ago
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Alfred Maurer (1868-1932, American) ~ Nude Reading, 1927   
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oliviaalexandraamores · a year ago
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"Blue Morning Glory" (1938) by Georgia O’Keeffe 💙
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durruti23 · 3 months ago
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Georgia O'Keeffe | Exposition | Centre Pompidou
Du 8 septembre au 6 décembre 2021
Tickets here / Centre Pompidou
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izimbracreenshots · 8 months ago
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American Gothic by Grant Wood, 1930 / The Simpsons, 1989 - ...
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