Lost Found

Lost Found

mauregatos:

Bodegón .
gandalf1202:

Arthur von Ferraris - Captive Audience, Cairo [1891] on Flickr.
[Sold for £469,250 at Sotheby’s, London - Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 61 cm]

gandalf1202:

Arthur von Ferraris - Captive Audience, Cairo [1891] on Flickr.

[Sold for £469,250 at Sotheby’s, London - Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 61 cm]

(via art-and-things-of-beauty)

antbaena:

Edward Carvalho-Monaghan

antbaena:

Edward Carvalho-Monaghan

ilaurens:

埔里 風雨欲來 - By: (Georg Chen)
femme-de-lettres:

Large (Wikimedia)
Martinus Rørbye’s View from the Artist’s Window, circa 1825, might initially look like a pretty—but narrativeless—painting of exactly what the title describes.
However, The Statens Museum for Kunst describes a number of the symbolic aspects of View from the Artist’s Window, including this one: “The familiar closeness of the drawing room is contrasted with the sailing ships in the harbour, bound for faraway destinations.” (Rørbye, as the Museum adds, was soon to leave his childhood home.)

femme-de-lettres:

Large (Wikimedia)

Martinus Rørbye’s View from the Artist’s Window, circa 1825, might initially look like a pretty—but narrativeless—painting of exactly what the title describes.

However, The Statens Museum for Kunst describes a number of the symbolic aspects of View from the Artist’s Window, including this one: “The familiar closeness of the drawing room is contrasted with the sailing ships in the harbour, bound for faraway destinations.” (Rørbye, as the Museum adds, was soon to leave his childhood home.)

(via ohdarlingdankeschoen)

solar-aestheticss:

Franz Matsch

solar-aestheticss:

Franz Matsch

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lionofchaeronea:

Dido, Henry Fuseli, 1781

lionofchaeronea:

Dido, Henry Fuseli, 1781

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odelysinterests:

The Beginning
by Christian Schloe