DALI Salvador - Spanish (Figueres 1904-1989) - PSYCHEDELIC SURREALIST - taking madness serious or not ?

Persistence of Memory, by Salvador Dali tape to shrinky dink page. punch holes two holes in one side for a book. Make a book of famous art - colored by you. -artist use of geometry

Vincent Van Gogh - use for mini quilt sky? The is one of vincent main pieces of work that everyone looks at even today people are still talking about it because its a unique piece of work this is because this is how he really saw the word.

Вопр № 11 Vincent Van Gogh - use for mini quilt sky? The is one of vincent main pieces of work that everyone looks at even today people are still talking about it because its a unique piece of work this is because this is how he really saw the word.

'Nymphèas at Giverny' by Claude Monet (1840-1926), painted in 1908. The artist's signature and date are visible in the lower left of the painting.

'Nymphèas at Giverny' -- 1908 -- Claude Monet - French -- Oil on canvas -- Private Collection.

Claude Monet (1840-1926), Water Lilies, 1907. http://www,artsalonholland.nl/kunst-encyclopedie

Water Lilies 1907 by Claude Monet, is a famous French painter and one of the founders of the Impressionism movement. I fell in love with his work way back in high school.

Vincent Van Gogh - Vento: I love this particular Van Gogh.look at that sky, the swirls, the color in contrast to the golden field below.

This is Salvador Dali's "Elephant's 3," which is my inspiration for a story for a Dali-themed anthology. The melting clocks on the desert are much better known, and offer more obvious story ideas, but this image is strange and wonderful.

"This is Salvador Dali's "Elephant's which is my inspiration for a story for a Dali-themed anthology. The melting clocks on the desert are much better known, and offer more obvious story ideas, but this image is strange and wonderful," a pinner wrote.

Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko - love the artist and his colour combinations. This blue is deeply absorbing

Edward Hopper Inspiration classic is always simplistic at first glance, then you find the amazing with in

Edward Hopper Inspiration classic is always simplistic at first glance, then you find the amazing with in.I think the painting is at The Art Institute in Chicago.

MARK ROTHKO

Page: Artist: Mark Rothko Completion Date: 1950 Style: Color Field Painting Genre: abstract painting

Edward Hopper – Gayle on the F train

urgetocreate: call-me-mogo: Nigel Van Wieck, “Q Train”, from the Working Girl series, pastel on paper, Nigel Van Wieck is an American artist who lives and works in New York. (mistakenly attributed to Edward Hopper)

Impression soleil levant - Monet * Ce tableau est à la base du mouvement impressionniste. Monet avait la volonté de représenter "l'instant, le moment" avec toutes les nuances de lumière qui l'entoure, donnant un coup de pinceau rapide et par petites touches.

The painting from which comes the name 'Impressionnisme' : Impression, Soleil Levant (Claude MONET, musée Marmottan.

Edward Hopper

Looks more like a photo recreation; bedspread does not have the choppy quality of Hopper's style.Compare to Morning Sun 1952 Javier Vallhonrat

Edward Hopper

Looks more like a photo recreation; bedspread does not have the choppy quality of Hopper's style.Compare to Morning Sun 1952 Javier Vallhonrat

Paul Klee, “Equals Infinity” (1932)

psychotic-art: “Paul Klee - Senecio 1922 Paul Klee was born on December in Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland. Also a talented violinist Klee studied drawing and painting in Munich for three years.

Wassily Kandinsky ~ Contrasting sounds, 1924

Contrasting sounds Artist: Wassily Kandinsky Completion Date: 1924 Place of Creation: Germany Style: Abstract Art Genre: abstract painting T.

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