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Salvador Dali Museum in St Petersburg, Florida [Jan. 13th, 2017|05:35 pm]
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Claude Monet 1919. Water Lilies [Jan. 12th, 2017|09:15 pm]
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El Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, built 1900s [Jan. 11th, 2017|11:44 am]
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The ceiling is a dome Art Nouveau stained glass that covers the central courtyard of the hotel

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Natl Gallery of Art [Jan. 4th, 2017|09:55 pm]
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Joan Miró's "The Farm," 1921-1922, represents an amalgamation of intense realism with the formal vocabulary of cubism.

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Wassily Kandinsky [Jan. 1st, 2017|04:21 pm]
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Heri Matisse Purple Robe and Anemones 1937 [Jan. 1st, 2017|04:14 pm]
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This made me smile.
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Damien Kempf ‏Twitter Post [Dec. 31st, 2016|01:10 pm]
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New Year's Resolution: Spend Quality Time with Family [BL, Harley 4425]

hahaha enjoy your family.
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Peter Williams: Sandra Bland, 2016, oil on linen, 38 by 36 inches. [Dec. 31st, 2016|12:46 pm]
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Trees in the Garden in Front of the Entrance to Saint-Paul Hospital 1889 - Van Gogh [Dec. 29th, 2016|08:32 pm]
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"Van Gogh spent the last year of his life in St. Remy-de-Provence.

Plagued by increasing mental instability, he voluntarily admitted himself here to the asylum at the Monastery St. Paul de Mausole on the outskirts of St. Remy-de-Provence."
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Bauhaus Ballet [Dec. 29th, 2016|05:30 pm]
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I am so excited to share this with you!

It's been a century since the Bauhaus Ballet, more commonly known as the Triadic Ballet, was first developed by Oskar Schlemmer. In 1916, the notion of avant-garde was also in its infancy, thus the two came of age together. The ballet toured all during the 1920s, helping to spread the philosophy of the German art school — that is, extreme minimalism and functionality — throughout Europe and the world.

Over 40 years after the Ballet disbanded, The Triadic Ballet was produced as a 30-minute color film by Bavaria Atelier, which offers a window on how it may have looked originally...



Full article - and wonderful photos
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