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Outsider Art - Facebook Page [Dec. 9th, 2016|09:06 am]
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There's a page in facebook dedicated to outsider art here.

Adolph Wolfli


Afia Zacharia

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Another day in Hell [Nov. 16th, 2016|09:45 pm]
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Basket of Deplorables
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Medieval Beasts [Nov. 16th, 2016|09:25 pm]
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A mermaid with a mirror and comb and a traveller being bitten by a dog, MS 42130, f. 70v courtesy of The British Library

Part woman, part fish, mermaids were believed to inhabit the waters of the world. They are commonly portrayed with a comb and mirror, symbolising vanity.  In the Cornish Ordinalia, a collection of fourteenth-century religious plays, the mermaid’s hybrid form is used to explain the dual nature of Christ (part-man, part-god).

A Siren and a Centaur (Thérouanne, France) courtesy of the J. Paul Getty Museum


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Old glory farms ✔️ Charles Wysocki ✔️ (1958-2002) [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:56 pm]
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Didier Lourenco Les deseo una mágica noche, cielos [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:32 pm]
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Christie’s Sells de Kooning’s ‘Untitled XXV’ for Record $66m [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:17 pm]
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Hilda Nicholas 1884-1961 Autumn Bounty [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:12 pm]
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True Friends Pio Ricci Date unknown [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:10 pm]
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La Democrazia è una cosa seria [Nov. 15th, 2016|10:07 pm]
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The western staircase leading to the roof of the Temple of the Goddess Hathor, Egypt. [Nov. 11th, 2016|10:47 pm]
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