Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)

Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)

(via gthegentleman)


lovers-suicide:

U.S. soldiers take a look in 1945, at a painting by the French impressionist Édouard Manet.

lovers-suicide:

U.S. soldiers take a look in 1945, at a painting by the French impressionist Édouard Manet.

(via post-impressionisms)


pankurios-templeovarts:

Surreal works with some occult motifs by Leonora Carrington (1917-2011): surrealist painter, sculptor and novelist. She was aquainted with many  important artists and founders of the surrealist movement like Paul Éluard, Max Ernst and André Breton.


Chagall in his own words.

Chagall in his own words.


Q
I love your blog! I just started a really bad art blog, and I stumbled upon yours... Gosh, you post great stuff, and your playlist is perfect. :)
A

Thank you!It’s not much and haven’t put a lof of effort into it actually, it’s just random stuff I like.It’s not popular or anything, but still, very glad you liked it )


galacsin:

Tihanyi Lajos (1885-1938)

He was one of the founding member of the influential Hungarian avant garde movement and group the Nyolcak (The eights). Later he participated in other groups and events after Nyolcak broke up. His art was influenced by cubism , futurism expressionism and Cezane. 

the pictures:

Tájkép toronyból (Landscape from the tower) 1908

Tristan Tzara arcképe (Portrait of Tristan Tzara) 1927

Fülep Lajos arcképe (Portrait of Fülep Lajos) 1915

Önarckép (Self-portrait) 1912


lucienballard:

The Werewolf or the Cannibal.
Lucas Cranach the Elder.
1510-1515 (c.)
Wood cut on paper.
16.2 cm x 12.6 cm
Inscription Content:  Cranach’s monogram of winged serpent above window on the house.
Curator’s comments: The meaning of this print and the reason for its being produced are not known but it depicts a werewolf - shown here as a wild man stealing a baby after he has wrought death and destruction on its household. Dismembered bodies lie scattered and a woman in the background throws up her hands in horror. 
source   The British Museum.

lucienballard:

The Werewolf or the Cannibal.

Lucas Cranach the Elder.

1510-1515 (c.)

Wood cut on paper.

16.2 cm x 12.6 cm

  • Inscription Content:  Cranach’s monogram of winged serpent above window on the house.
  • Curator’s comments: The meaning of this print and the reason for its being produced are not known but it depicts a werewolf - shown here as a wild man stealing a baby after he has wrought death and destruction on its household. Dismembered bodies lie scattered and a woman in the background throws up her hands in horror. 

source   The British Museum.


artmastered:

Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of Chaim Soutine, 1916

artmastered:

Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of Chaim Soutine, 1916


magictransistor:

James Ensor. Self-Portrait with Masks, Masks Mocking Death, Skeletons Trying to Warm Themselves, Skeletons Fighting Over a Pickled Herring (top to bottom). 1800s.


cavetocanvas:

Georges Rouault, Young Jesus with the Doctor, 1893

cavetocanvas:

Georges Rouault, Young Jesus with the Doctor, 1893