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peaceinthestorm · 3 months ago
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Belgian School ~ 19th Century, The Blue Gown
[Source: Christie’s]
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lilacsinthedooryard · a year ago
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Uemura Shōen (Japan, 1875-1949)
Woman Waiting for the Moon to Rise.  1944
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vizuart · a year ago
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Manjit Bawa, "Woman in Blue"
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elizabethanism · 9 months ago
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“Woman in Blue,” Pablo Picasso ,1901
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid
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jacksondaintyart · a year ago
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“Woman in Blue”  24”x 30"
"I followed my shadow, moving lazily over the sidewalk, passing people taking in the day… Out of the corner of my eye I was taken by surprise, a beautiful, brown-skinned mannequin posing in Macy’s window. 
Her eyes fixed on me from beneath her stylish, brimmed hat, like the rich ladies wear at horse track. She was stunning the longer she held my attention… her infectious persona, penetrated my consciousness, almost believing she was real. The sun flashed off the glass, while the sounds of the city faded… her slender blue figure transposed before me into an organic environment I became lost in the moment soaring in space no sense of reality in a mannequin dream." — Jackson Dainty
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inspire-in-cobalt · a year ago
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g--i--f--m--a--n--i--a · a year ago
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sirgarrison-lordgary · 2 years ago
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Woman in Blue by Daniele Serra
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cherryfizzle83 · 2 years ago
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Woman In Blue
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dreamingistheonlysolution · 2 years ago
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1- La femme en bleu - Albert Marquet, (France 1875-1947) 2- Long Travel and the Lady in Blue - Chin h Shin
3- La Lectrice soumise - René Magritte, (Belgique 1898-1967)
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peaceinthestorm · 14 days ago
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George Dunlop Leslie (1835-1921, British) ~ Clarissa, 1865
[Source: Christie’s]
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gardendraws · 3 years ago
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a wolf can live on rocks alone, but it takes love to feed a man. 
I finally finished these illustrations literally over a year after starting them! Cheers!!!
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fawnvelveteen · 4 years ago
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Helen Messinger Murdoch. Woman in blue 1912. Autochrome. Via europeanautochrome
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garrandia · 2 months ago
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the merch made me do this
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luciasatalina · 2 months ago
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polished her a bit
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inspire-in-cobalt · a year ago
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itsmysol · 8 months ago
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I know Black Fae day was yesterday, but I love this look 💓
Instagram/Twitter: Seunhere
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catchy-butterfly · 3 months ago
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kalbi-duam · 3 months ago
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.. Cemre Misalidir ''SEVGİ''
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Papatyaya Düştüğünde "AŞK" Olur. ...
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@kalbi-duam ⏰09:28 #kalbiduam
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silmaspens · 5 months ago
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Tolkien OC Week- Day Six, Forgotten Characters
The Blue Wizards
When Sauron’s presence in the eastern lands of Middle Earth grew too dangerous to ignore, Oromë placed his finest hunter, Alatar, to the task of silencing the Enemy. Alatar agreed to foil Sauron’s influence in Arda, on the condition that Pallando, a great tracker and beloved friend, come with. The Vala agreed and the two Maia were sent to Middle Earth. Alatar was then called Morinehtar, the Darkness- Slayer and Pallando became known as Rómestámo, the East-Helper.
They went on many adventures together and tirelessly campaigned against Sauron and his many infectious lies. The Blue Wizards, as they came to be called, were beloved by all they met, and were embraced as great philosophers and teachers. Many came from great distances to ask for their wisdom and advice in all matters.
Despite their warm reception in the numerous kingdoms of men, they continued to work tirelessly in order to snuff out the insidious philosophies and ideas that Sauron had inflicted through his cunning tongue.
The Blue Wizards never rested and constantly campaigned against the Enemy. If not for their great labor, the east would have fallen to the Enemy, and the rest of middle earth would have soon followed.
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