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London / Mental patient about town. Far too much time on my hands, wasted in art galleries and cafes drinking tea. Exhibited here are things I like, obviously
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Christ Healing the Paralytic at the Pool of Bethesda by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, 1667 - 1670 © National Gallery, London

Artwork page for ‘Venus and Adonis’, Duncan Grant, c.1919 Venus, the most beautiful goddess and the goddess of love, herself fell in love with the huntsman Adonis. Grant uses the myth incidentally, to make a decorative painting from the idea of a female nude gazing after her departing lover, and to make a contrast between the way the old masters designed such a subject and his own more modern drawing of the figures.

Tate glossary definition for activist art: Term used to describe art that is grounded in the act of ‘doing’ and addresses political or social issues

Pablo Picasso's controversial "Guernica" is a political statement. This paintings illustrates an immediate reaction to the Nazi's casual bombing  during the Spanish Civil War. This painting is an antiwar symbol, and a reminder of the tragedies. Guernica interpretations vary widely. There are also critics warn against trusting the political message.

Pablo Picasso's controversial "Guernica" is a political statement. This paintings illustrates an immediate reaction to the Nazi's casual bombing during the Spanish Civil War. This painting is an antiwar symbol, and a reminder of the tragedies. Guernica i

A Young Woman standing at a Virginal about 1670-2, Johannes Vermeer

View: Johannes Vermeer, A Young Woman standing at a Virginal. Read about this painting, learn the key facts and zoom in to discover more.

John Constable's  The Haywain set in Flatford Mill.

off Hand made oil painting reproduction of The Hay Wain, one of the most famous paintings by John Constable. John Constable’s seminal Romanticist painting The Hay Wain, painted in 1821 is a figurative reproduction of a landscape .

Vincent's Chair with His Pipe. Van Gogh. December 1888. Arles. Oil on canvas, 92 x 73 cm. National Gallery. London.

A chair with a pipe and a heaping of tobacco in it on a tiled floor with a box in the background that reads "Vincent" and two walls meeting in a corner behind the chair More details Van Gogh's Chair, National Gallery, London