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Timothé Claeys

Timothé Claeys

aboriginal art | ... to study Aboriginal art while in Melbourne.Folk art for the win

Australian Aboriginal, Fire Dreaming, acrylic on Belgian linen by Malcolm Maloney Jagamarra Represents fire, rain and water.

堆糖-美好生活研究所

"Picture in Picture, among the people." From Ukrainian artist Oleg Shuplyak,, an interesting optical illusion paintings.

Χημικός γάμος (1947-48)

Max Ernst - Μαξ Ερνστ

"Glass Heart Paperweight" by Glass Eye Studio

Swirled glass heart--love all the colors spiraling to the center. The Glass Eye Studio.

The Tower of the Sun is a building created by Japanese artist Tarō Okamoto. It was known as the symbol of Expo '70 and currently is preserved and located in the Expo Commemoration Park in Suita, Osaka, Japan. The tower has three faces on its front and back.

The Tower of the Sun is a building created by Japanese artist Tarō Okamoto. It was known as the symbol of Expo and currently is preserved and located in the Expo Commemoration Park in Suita, Osaka, Japan. The tower has three faces on its front and back.

“Many investigators feel uneasy stating in public that the origin of life is a mystery, even though behind closed doors they admit they are baffled.” ~ Paul Davies

Digital Art by Igor Artyomenko

What Dreams May Come [awesome illustration of dandelion puff and fairy tale world and outer space]

Enter, Exit by Max Ernst, 1923. Oil on canvas, 205 x 80 cm. Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan.

Enter, Exit Artist: Max Ernst Completion Date: 1923 Place of Creation: Paris, France Style: Surrealism Period: First French period Genre: symbolic painting Dimensions: 205 x 80 cm Gallery: Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, Tokio, Japan

Georgia O'Keeffe: From the Faraway, Nearby (59.204.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

From the Faraway, Nearby

From the Faraway, Nearby, 1938 Georgia O'Keeffe (American, Oil on canvas

A Marsh Arab kilim, Iraq. Beautiful example of their art. via Sun Bow Trading

Kilim made by the Marsh Arabs of Iraq a fabric that has dressed many. Marvel at the amazing for their extraordinary share today through social media

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