uvre:

Pierre Soulages
cobrashark:

$50  SOLD
9” x 12” Ink on Bristol

That Wonderful Urge (1948)
daddyfuckedme:

Zoe Buckman
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
filmandimage:

1974 | THE PARALLAX VIEW | Alan J. Pakula
loladelphia:

Oh my sweet lady, Divine.
philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

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philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

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philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

 More Art Monday is brought to you by Art 24/7.
philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

 More Art Monday is brought to you by Art 24/7.
philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

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philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

 More Art Monday is brought to you by Art 24/7.
philamuseum:

More Art Monday: Ghosts in the Museum

 “Ghost,” 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)“Ghost,” c. 1952–1953, by Caroline Durieux“The Albatross,” 1965–1968, by Benton Murdoch Spruance“The Witch of Endor Conjuring up the Ghost of Samuel,” before 1816, by Heinrich Guttenberg“A Ghost Jizō Startles a Near-Sighted Old Man at Asajigahara, from the series Comic Pictures of Famous Places Amid the Civilization of Tōkyō (Tōkyō kaika kyōga meisho),” by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi“‘Louis Ghost’ Armchair,” designed 2002, designed by Philippe Starck, made by Kartell S.p.A“Banquet Scene from the Tale of Nastagio degli Onesti, in Boccaccio’s ‘Decameron,’” late 15th century, by David Ghirlandaio

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