ilovetocollectart:  Raoul Dufy - The Little Palm Tree, 1905  i cant help reblogging this every time i see it :)

Raoul Dufy - The Little Palm Tree, 1905 - Oil on canvas. 91 x 79 cm - Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

awake • 22w x 30h • mixed media on paper • 2011

Hypnotic Fusion of Portraits by Antonio Mora

Kurt Jackson

Kurt Jackson’s sketchbooks: the soul of a place

Kurt Jackson's seas landscape despite being sad, offers a sense of calmness and serenity that the audience are able to immerse themselves in.

mid-century style painting - tim biskup 'summer vacation', 2010

Tim Biskup, art design acrylic painting los angeles, looks so modernist to me

Timothy Pakron - lovey use of selective development in the Darkroom...not often you see artists using methods like this.

photojojo: Here’s a gorgeous blend of...

photojojo: “Here’s a gorgeous blend of photography and painting. Timothy Pakron selectively exposes images of people’s faces by painting developer onto paper in a darkroom. Painting a Portrait with Photo Developer ”

Joan Eardley (1921-63). Scottish painter, whose subjects included the children of the Glasgow slums around her Townhead studio.

JOAN KATHLEEN HARDING EARDLEY I think I am so moved by this artist because her urban paintings of Glasgow life remind me so much of my own childhood, there is a rawness in her paintings that remind me of the rawness of my childhood.


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