Open Doorway, Morocco / John Singer Sargent / 1879-80 / oil on wood / at the Met

Hand painted reproduction of Open Doorway Morocco painting. This masterpiece was painted originally by John Singer Sargent. Commission your beautiful hand painted reproduction of Open Doorway Morocco.

The history of the tear bottle is captivating and poignant. Legends of tear bottles or lachrymatories abound in stories of Egypt and middle eastern societies. Tear bottles were prevalent in ancient Roman times, when mourners filled small glass vials with tears and placed them in burial tombs as symbols of love and respect.

Legends of tear bottles or lachrymatories - Egypt, middle eastern societies and ancient Roman times - Mourners filled small glass vials with tears and placed them in burial tombs as symbols of love and respect.

Katrien De Blauwer

nicoooooooon: “ From the Without series by Katrien De Blauwer Drawn to the darker spectrum of human emotions Katrien de Blauwer shapes photographs from old magazines and weathered paper to enigmatic collages. Armed with a particular eye for cutting.

ghosts of demolished houses

Photography by Marcus Buck. I love how you can see the cross section of the rooms. A great image to link with Rachel Whiteread's casts of a demolished building.

Anselm Kiefer's corridor

Anselm Kiefer ‘Urd Werdande Skuld (The Norns)’ 1983 Oil, shellac, emulsion and fibre on canvas 4205 x 2805 x 60 mm

Robert Adams :: Photography

Robert Adams :: Photography

Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Photo by Robert Adams. Courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery and Matthew Marks Gallery.

george shaw - depressing england, paintings

Turner Prize 2011: George Shaw

A classic: Ed Ruscha's "Standard Station"

A classic: Ed Ruscha's "Standard Station" from Venturi 1969 learning form las vegas studio in yale

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