Regular

havekat:

Bachelor Buttons

Watercolor On Hot Press Cotton Paper

2015, 9"x 12"

Bachelor Buttons, Cornflowers

Regular

malnedott:

francesco hayez (1791-1882, italian)

“portrait of countess antonietta negroni prati morosini as a child” details ca. 1858

books0977: Portrait of Florence Shannon, the a…

books0977:

Portrait of Florence Shannon, the artist’s wife (c.1915). Sir James Jebusa Shannon (Anglo-American, 1862-1923). Oil on canvas.

Here Florence Shannon appears to be in her forties, a woman whose beauty has finely mellowed with time. Far from being a mere prop, the guitar she plays was very much a part of the Shannon family life. Their daughter Kitty remembered summer nights at their Holland Park home: “…How lovely it was – and my father’s friends with their enthralling conversation. After dinner they would sit and smoke and listen to my mother sing to the guitar. She had a lovely voice and she would sing little old Spanish songs …”

acrylicalchemy: Michael Carini | LEARN MORE “K…

acrylicalchemy:

Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

“Knowhere To Go (Tale Of The Lost Shepherd)” references an older series I did titled “The Lost Shepherd,” which depicts hyper-realistic German Shepherds on abstract color grids. This story reflects upon how even the shepherd, the leader of the flock, can lose his or her way. Sometimes we don’t know where to go. Sometimes it may even feel like we have nowhere to go. Where are you going? I’m presently trying to figure out my path as I create it and I truly hope I know where to go soon…and I wish the same for you.

Safe Travels-

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didoofcarthage: Two panels with striding lions…

didoofcarthage:

Two panels with striding lions from the Processional Way in Babylon 

Neo-Babylonian, c. 604-562 B.C.

Ceramic with glaze

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

didoofcarthage: Head of a roaring lion Neo-Ass…

didoofcarthage:

Head of a roaring lion

Neo-Assyrian (from Nimrud), c. 9th-8th centuries B.C.

ivory

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Lucy Grossmith

Lucy Grossmith

heart-to-art.com

acrylicalchemy: Michael Carini | LEARN MORE I…

acrylicalchemy:

Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

I did this little energetic piece titled “Remains” while listening to Ivan B and his album titled the same earlier this week as I tested the amazing STAGE speaker from Cleer Audio. Painting will never be the same again and I’m excited to see what is to come! What do you see in this painting?

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Two Women. Gwen John

Two Women. Gwen John

luz-natural: @denholm_berry

luz-natural:

@denholm_berry