Peeled Clementine, J Palmer Daily painting Original Oil still life Art

Peeled Clementine, J Palmer Daily painting Original Oil still life Art

and (Peel fruit, photography, create observational drawings and take forward) J Palmer Daily - Original Oil Still Life

Valery Koshlyakov. High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment

Artist: Valery Koshlyakov - Title: High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment - Materials/Techniques used: Carboard, and Tempera paint - Inspires, Why? The different technqiues used and how it is placed is cool

Lowell Birge Harrison Fifth Avenue at Twilight c.1910 Oil on canvas 76.2 x 58.42 cm Detroit Institute of the Arts (United States)

“ Lowell Birge Harrison, Fifth Avenue at Twilight (c. "Lowell Birge Harrison merged his Beaux-Arts academic training with American Transcendentalist sensibilities. He combined a technical.

JOHN LENNON #26/700" Imagine" beatles art print of original oil painting

John Lennon of Beatles w/ guitar art print of Imagine my portrait John - Shop Art Pins

Lyonel Feininger, Gaberndorf II on ArtStack #lyonel-feininger #art

I’ve always loved German Art, especially their modern art such as Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) and Expressionism. I recently went to a new exhibition at a local gallery on German Expressionism and I came across an.

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Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky ta

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The Mill in Spring / Lyonel Feininger / 1935 / oil on canvas / Currier Museum of Art

John Piper and the Church, Beauvale Priory, Newthorpe, Nottinghamshire, 1964

40 years of John Piper: Paintings, Watercolours, Prints, Ceramics & Textiles on view at Bohun Gallery

Lyonel Feininger The Miller and His Child (Der Müller und sein Kind) 1907, Ink, crayon and opaque watercolor on paper.

Lyonel Feininger The Miller and His Child (Der Müller und sein Kind) Ink, crayon and opaque watercolor on paper.

Lyonel Feininger-When the Nazi Party came to power in 1933, the situation became unbearable for Feininger and his wife. The Nazi Party declared his work to be "degenerate." They moved to America after his work was exhibited in the 'degenerate art' (Entartete Kunst) in 1936, but before the 1937 exhibition in Munich. He taught at Mills College before returning to New York.

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