art is not what you see, but what you make others see. -Edgar Degas


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sam Haskins
Magritte Inspired apple series, 1972

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sam Haskins

Magritte Inspired apple series, 1972

gacougnol:

Harmony KorineBlue Checker 2014 Oil on canvas

gacougnol:

Harmony Korine
Blue Checker
2014
Oil on canvas

eyeburfi2:

Siyah mashq (lit. ‘black practice’ in Persian) originally referred to calligraphic practice sheets where words and letters were written facing in several directions and over each other, in order to conserve paper. However, when calligraphers realized how stunning some of these pieces were, siyah mashq evolved into a style of its own, where words and letters were repeated, regardless of meaning, in rhythmical compositions.
via islambook.net

eyeburfi2:

Siyah mashq (lit. ‘black practice’ in Persian) originally referred to calligraphic practice sheets where words and letters were written facing in several directions and over each other, in order to conserve paper. However, when calligraphers realized how stunning some of these pieces were, siyah mashq evolved into a style of its own, where words and letters were repeated, regardless of meaning, in rhythmical compositions.

via islambook.net

inspiriarts:

Paul Cezanne

inspiriarts:

Paul Cezanne

(Source: )


Charlie Baird, Still at Sea

Charlie Baird, Still at Sea

(Source: last-picture-show)

thedesignwalker:

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catmota:

Concentrics
John Petersen

catmota:

Concentrics

John Petersen

laclefdescoeurs:

Cloudy Day, 1871, Alfred Thompson Bricher

laclefdescoeurs:

Cloudy Day, 1871, Alfred Thompson Bricher

animals-in-art:

Gustave Moreau (French, 1826–1898) - The Sacred Elephant (Péri)  (1882)

animals-in-art:

Gustave Moreau (French, 1826–1898) - The Sacred Elephant (Péri)  (1882)

likeafieldmouse:

Saul Leiter