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Paintings by Dalia Hammar

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Tamara de Lempicka - the first artist to be a glamour star. Known for her Art Deco paintings of chic and elegant women, they epitomised the spirit of the times.

During the roaring twenties in Paris, Lempicka led a bohemian lifestyle mixing with Picasso and Cocteau.

Contemporary collectors of her work include Madonna, Jack Nicholson and Barbara Streisand. Not bad… not bad at all.

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Alphonse Mucha   Flora

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Progression photos of my 78’x24.5’ MVP board oil paintings from earlier this year. This one took 100-120 hours to complete and has a sister painting of the same size! It was so much fun to make and I got buff carrying it around everywhere, haha.

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Today’s Classic: Ophelia

1. By Paul Albert Steck (1895)

2. By John Everett Millais (1852)

3. By Paul Delaroche (1855)

4. By Alexandre Cabanel (1883)

5. By John William Waterhouse (1894)

¡Qué hermosa selección!

La de Delaroche es una de mis pinturas favoritas. Recuerdo haber estado viéndola un largo rato.


André Kertész

The Disappearance

New York, August 29, 1955

[From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

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“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”
Edward Hopper

Happy Birthday!

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Illustrations from Max Ernst’s “Une Semaine de Bonte (A Week of Kindness)” (1934)

More info here

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Today’s Classic: Bad Girls and Bat Wings

1. Albert-Joseph Pénot, Bat Woman (1890)

2. Jószef Arpád Koppay, Lion and Woman with Devil Bat Wings Chained Together (date unknown)

3. Johann Heinrich Füssli, The Mad Kate (1807)

4. Gabriel Ferrier, Moonlit Dreams (1874)

5. Vasily Kotarbinsky, Dark Star (date unkwown)

For an installation piece at the Aichi Triennale, Japanese artist Kohei Nawa used foam to give visitors the sensation of walking through the clouds at night.

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