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SFMOMA Modern Art Desserts Book

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"Mark Rothko evokes an experience, however, rather than illustrating one, relying on color, form and scale to move viewers to contemplate the elusive and the spiritual.”

Mark Rothko Untitled 1967 Art Print for sale

Untitled 1967 Art Print for sale. Shop your favorite Mark Rothko Untitled 1967 Art Print without breaking your banks.

Rene Magritte "Man in a Bowler Hat, 1964" {not sure why I like this so much, but I do... it makes me chuckle a little.}

The masterpiece or the mysteries of the horizon, 1955 - Rene Magritte -

‘The masterpiece or the mysteries of the horizon’ was created in 1955 by Rene Magritte in Surrealism style. Find more prominent pieces of symbolic painting at – best visual art database.

Edvard Munch Most Famous Paintings - The Scream I was lucky enough to see this on special display at MOMA when the hubby and I took a trip to NYC.

Which Famous Painting Are You?

Out of the some of the most famous world paintings, which one most accurately matches your personality?

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PABLO PICASSO - harlequin  1915. Saw this at MOMA, my most favorite of his paintings, though I really love all of his harlequin period.

Harlequin, 1915 - Pablo Picasso -

‘Harlequin’ was created in 1915 by Pablo Picasso in Synthetic Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at – best visual art database.

Paul Klee. Pastorale (Rhythms). 1927. MoMA, NYC Looks like the original Zentangles!

Paul Klee. Pastorale (Rhythms). 1927. MoMA, NYC

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Artist : Sergej Jensen | K A T H R Y N C L A R K

Artist : Sergej Jensen

I discovered Danish artist Sergej Jensen's work last year. Recently, the gallery owner of Romer Young reminded me of his work. Incredible work. Sergej Jensen, Sail, 2008 Sail and raw silk on linen 114 3/8 x 256 inches, Courtesy Anton Kern Gallery, NY Untitled, 2008 Palette Head, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, 2005 Untitled, 2011 Sewn fabrics. Sergej Jensen, installation view, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, 2005 It's the subtle simplicity and honesty of his work that draws me in. But the witty…

Pensive Woman / Henri Matisse / 1906 / lithograph / MoMa

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Jackson Pollock – saw this today at MoMA! Beautiful...


George Nelson VINTAGE DISNEY SERIES 1950's Mary Blair . Was born in 1911, Oklahoma. She attended San Jose State College and won a scholarship to the renowned Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. She joined Disney in 1940 and worked briefly on art for Dumboand an early version of Lady and the Tramp. However, it wasn't until she traveled with Walt and Lillian Disney to South Africa on an artist's research tour that she really started her career with Disney. Mary did the concept art for…

Carol Bove. Terma. 2013. MOMA
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Carol Bove. Terma. 2013 | MoMA

Carol Bove. Terma. 2013. Brass and painted medium-density fiberboard. 30 x 12 x 12" (38.1 x 30.5 x 30.5 cm). Gift of The Jill and Peter Kraus Endowed Fund for Contemporary Acquisitions, Michael Ovitz, Marlene Hess and James D. Zirin, Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis, and the Speyer Family Foundation. 732.2013. © 2021 Carol Bove. Painting and Sculpture

The Stairs by Tuna Önder on 500px #fotografia #photography #fineart
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The Stairs by Tuna Önder / 500px

The Stairs by Tuna Önder on 500px #fotografia #photography #fineart

Jim Campbell: Portfolio: Public Art & Commissions: Scattered Light

Portfolio: Public Art & Commissions: Scattered Light

Surreal paintings by Rene Magritte (1898-1967)

In the Art Room: The Magritte Project, One

Ya'll might recall that we are experiencing a bit of Magritte-madness in the art room. It started when I settled upon him as our Artist of the Month, got all surreal and wore this Magritte-inspired get-up to school and decided the third grade could/should create a mural as epic as this one by our fourth grade. And, standing at 9' X 12', weighing in at 10 lbs, I'd say this thing went beyond epic and hit Mammoth Magritte-dom. Which is perfect for my third grade as this thing is as big (and…

Claude Monet (MoMA)


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The Lovers, 1928 René Magritte (Belgian, 1898-1967)

The Top 5 Kisses in Art

You can tell so much about a person from a kiss. Here we have five different artists' takes on the subject. These pieces—three paintings, a photograph, and a sculpture—are among the most recognizable kiss-themed works of art from collections around the world.