Beautiful. Even cooler in black and white than it would have been in color.❤YmM❤

my well loved brushes in my studio are "my pop-pop's" sometimes i use them, sometimes i just look at the paint left on them from his hand, and smile :)

Jim Dine, tools

By Jim Dine, tools. This is my favorite drawing from Jim Dine because of the proportions that are used within the drawing itself. The proportions and shading makes the tools look realistic.

Artist analysis of Jim Dine. Nikau Hindin

A* IGCSE Art Coursework: Trinkets, Treasures and Memories

Isamu Noguchi’s Studio, New York, ca 1947 -by Berenice Abbott

yama-bato: [+] chagalov: Isamu Noguchi’s Studio, New York, ca 1947 -by Berenice Abbott [+] from cartermuseum

Isamu Noguchi’s Studio, New York, ca 1947 -by Berenice Abbott

yama-bato: [+] chagalov: Isamu Noguchi’s Studio, New York, ca 1947 -by Berenice Abbott [+] from cartermuseum

assemblage by Jean Sonnet

This is called assemblage by Jean Sonnet. I like the idea of assembling different objects, photographing them and then drawing/recreating them in some way.

assemblage by Jean Sonnet

This is called assemblage by Jean Sonnet. I like the idea of assembling different objects, photographing them and then drawing/recreating them in some way.

Jim Dine - Cobalt Teal Paint Brushes Lithography and copperplate etching

JIM DINE Cobalt Teal Paint Brushes, 2010 Paper Size: x 32 inches Two-color lithograph with etching and hand-coloring.

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