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wcwilliams:

wc williams - easter card from years back

wcwilliams:

wc williams - easter card from years back

timothyduong:

Timothy DuongKing Solomon, 2014Oil on linen mounted on panel, 12” x12”

timothyduong:

Timothy Duong
King Solomon, 2014
Oil on linen mounted on panel, 12” x12”

wc williams - old money

wc williams - old money

alysonprovax:

Diagram 1, 15x22” Silkscreen monotype and graphite on Arches 88.
Prints available today on Tappan Collective

alysonprovax:

Diagram 1, 15x22” Silkscreen monotype and graphite on Arches 88.

Prints available today on Tappan Collective

Flomize - Les assistés

FlomizeLes assistés

missbirdsong:

Kerry James Marshall
FRANKENSTEIN, 2010, Hard-ground etching, 22.5 x 19 inches, edition of 50. Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA.

missbirdsong:

Kerry James Marshall

FRANKENSTEIN, 2010, Hard-ground etching, 22.5 x 19 inches, edition of 50. Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA.

sammy harkham

sammy harkham

corvidae:

Angelika J. Trojnarski - Rot
 Oil, papertape on canvas, 2011

corvidae:

Angelika J. Trojnarski - Rot

 Oil, papertape on canvas, 2011

arsvitaest:

“Tidying up” 
Author: Isabel Bishop (American, 1902–1988)Date: 1941Medium: Oil on MasoniteLocation: Indianapolis Museum of ArtIsabel Bishop was a painter and graphic artist. During the 1920s and 1930s she developed a realist style of painting, primarily depicting women in their daily routine on the streets of Manhattan. Her work was greatly influenced by Peter Paul Rubens and other Dutch and Flemish painters that she had discovered during trips to Europe. She was widely exhibited in her lifetime, and was recognized with a number of awards including one for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts. (adapted from Wikipedia)In Tidying up, a woman, perhaps a secretary or sales person, uses a pocket mirror to check her teeth for lipstick smudges.Bishop saw working women as participants in an American tradition of upward mobility and used active brushwork and the figure’s physical movement to express this social advancement. (source)

arsvitaest:

Tidying up”

Author: Isabel Bishop (American, 1902–1988)
Date: 1941
Medium: Oil on Masonite
Location: Indianapolis Museum of Art

Isabel Bishop was a painter and graphic artist. During the 1920s and 1930s she developed a realist style of painting, primarily depicting women in their daily routine on the streets of Manhattan. Her work was greatly influenced by Peter Paul Rubens and other Dutch and Flemish painters that she had discovered during trips to Europe. She was widely exhibited in her lifetime, and was recognized with a number of awards including one for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts. (adapted from Wikipedia)

In Tidying up, a woman, perhaps a secretary or sales person, uses a pocket mirror to check her teeth for lipstick smudges.

Bishop saw working women as participants in an American tradition of upward mobility and used active brushwork and the figure’s physical movement to express this social advancement. (source)

hijaktaffairs:

tom prochaska
oregon, 2013
oil on canvas, 54 x 72”
froelick gallery, portland 
april 30 - june 1, 2013
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hijaktaffairs:

tom prochaska

oregon, 2013

oil on canvas, 54 x 72”

froelick gallery, portland

april 30 - june 1, 2013

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