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Pierre Bonnard: The Late Interiors - oranges and chickens  #Sketchbook

Pierre Bonnard: The Late Interiors

Bonnardish still life...,watercolor, 9" x 11" Yesterday PB reader Jeanne Long sent me this interior watercolor she'd painted...

Central Park | Central Park | Yann Kebbi Américanin | Expositions | Galerie | Michel Lagarde, 13 rue Bouchardon 75010 Paris

Central Park | Central Park | Yann Kebbi Américanin | Expositions | Galerie | Michel Lagarde, 13 rue Bouchardon 75010 Paris

Central Park | Central Park | Yann Kebbi Américanin | Expositions | Galerie | Michel Lagarde, 13 rue Bouchardon 75010 Paris

Rose Wylie - Wear What You Like at Transition Gallery, London | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Rose Wylie - Wear What You Like at Transition Gallery, London

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Comics&Cola: Tintin Thermozéro: everything you need to know about the 'new Tintin'

Tintin Thermozéro: everything you need to know about the 'new Tintin'

There was some very interesting -and exciting- news on the comic vines yesterday- Bleeding Cool published a brief piece stating French publisher Casterman's intention to release a new Tintin book, Tintin Thermozéro, apparently completed by Herge and ready to be published in a similar style to Tintin: Alph Art. The provenance of Rich Johnston's piece was this La Parisien article by Christophe Levent- the link is pay-walled and in French, but here's a translation of the whole thing: "Former…

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Pierre Bonnard's Dachshunds

The Bathroom, 1932 I recently found a fun and informative website written by a British black and tan Dachshund named Archie. It turns out Archie and I have similar tastes in art. We both are obsessed with French painter Pierre...

It is ironic that discourse about Jean Dubuffet, that notorious “rebel” of art-land, is so often script-like, resembling ritualized narrative, as if convention could make it possible to contain the complexities of a titan.

GLORIOUS MADNESS Art, Improbability, and Jean Dubuffet’s Excursions en no man’s space

It is ironic that discourse about Jean Dubuffet, that notorious “rebel” of art-land, is so often script-like, resembling ritualized narrative, as if convention could make it possible to contain the complexities of a titan.

An Illustrated Tour of New York City from a Dog’s Point of View | Brain Pickings

An Illustrated Tour of New York City from a Dog’s Point of View

A vibrant concentration of humanity, seen through earnest eyes full of wonderment and infectious enthusiasm.

the Air Loom, the first known example of an influencing machine, which was detailed in eerily precise technical drawings between 1800 and 1810 by a Welsh tea-merchant named James Tilly Matthews, at that time confined in Bedlam (Bethlem) as an incurable lunatic

The Art of Mind Control: Shadow of the Air Loom

Shadow of the Air Loom Mike Jay pays a visit to a new exhibition at Heidelberg’s Prinzhorn Collection exploring the history of the ‘influencing machine’ and its elaboration in the creations of outsider artists and schizophrenic visionaries. May 2007 The...

27 Cutaway Drawings That Show All the Secrets of Buildings

27 Cutaway Drawings That Show All the Secrets of Buildings

Cutaway or cross-section drawings are mostly just fancy residues of a long-gone era when engineering and architecture visualisation was based on hand-drawn images that were often closer to art than boring illustration.

Spread from Picasso’s Carnet de la Californie. Photo: Kristopher McKay

Picasso’s Bright, Enticing Sketchbook | The Guggenheim Museums and Foundation

Spread from Picasso’s Carnet de la Californie. Photo: Kristopher McKay

Book of a Lifetime: The Anathemata, by David Jones | The Independent | David Jones: Tristan and Isolde

Book of a Lifetime: The Anathemata, byDavid Jones

I first read this extraordinary, book-length poem while conducting a traffic census around Newbury in 1980 (it turned out to be the first step towards the infamous by-pass). The odd car or lorry became an annoying interruption: I was gripped. This is strange, as the poem is mostly, at first glance, incomprehensible. It was described by its author, rather mischievously, as a free-association record of what might pop into his mind during mass, sparked by the words of the liturgy. It is, in…

Plum Cloutman, After Bath, 2018

Plum Cloutman - Works

Plum Cloutman, After Bath, 2018

Derby Cathedral, lighting candles

JULIET GOODDEN

Derby Cathedral, lighting candles