Posts tagged art

Currently Reading

Currently Reading

thomerama:

Fairfield Porter

thomerama:

Fairfield Porter

laflaneusedesdeuxrives:

Camille Pissarro, Boulevard de Montmartre (day & night)

thepolishstufflove:

Jerzy Potrzebowski (Polish,1921 - 1974)

thepolishstufflove:

Jerzy Potrzebowski (Polish,1921 - 1974)

Reading passion

Reading passion

huariqueje:

Olive Trees, Florence - William Merritt Chase 1911
Impressionism
Oil on panel

huariqueje:

Olive Trees, Florence - William Merritt Chase 1911

Impressionism

Oil on panel

wasbella102:

A.W. Faber, illustrated price list of lead and colored pencils, 1897. USA. Via Melissa Easton. The complete list online: University of Houston

design-is-fine:

Frank Frazetta Book One (Prints)

papertownbooks:

We just acquired these from the Frazetta Girls and they are on sale at our book store’s website. We intentionally priced them at the lowest price we have seen them anywhere on the internet. If you do not have a copy of this book yet, here’s a great opportunity to get it at an awesome price!

If you are a Frank Frazetta fan this collection of frame-able prints is a must have!

By Liu Maochan

themirame:

Alice Bailly - Self-Portrait, 1917. Oil on canvas, 81 cm (31.89 in.) x 60 cm (23.62 in.). Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland

themirame:

Alice Bailly - Self-Portrait, 1917. Oil on canvas, 81 cm (31.89 in.) x 60 cm (23.62 in.). Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland

dappledwithshadow:

Childe Hassam

Sailing Vessel at Sea, 1904

Evening, 1907

books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).
Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).

Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

De Boekenwurm by Anton Pieck

De Boekenwurm by Anton Pieck