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essentialisinvisible:

Pablo PICASSOThe Three Dancers (1925)
jesus-was-a-hindu:

The king of Surrealism Salvador Dali ( The Elephants )  
capturing-the-light:

Antibes vue de la Salis, Claude Monet, oil on canvas, 1888, 73 x 92 cm
capturing-the-light:

The Bassin d’Arcachon, Edouard Manet, oil on canvas, 1871, 37 x 56 cm.
crazypluralworld:

WILLIAM CROZIEREDINBURGH (1927)
artistswanted:

Today’s Art Takes Times Square Featured Entrant - Peat “EYEZ” Wollaeger! Street art, stenciled eyes and colorful characters. http://bit.ly/Ke62WN
eatsleepdraw:

Turdus migratorius
ink pen, paper, drawing without sketching 

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Japanese Wisteria Tunnel

These photos were taken at the Kawachi Fuji Garden, about a four hour drive from Tokyo, but there are wisteria festivals all over Japan, including at the Kameido-Tenjin Shrine, where tourists in the Edo period often visited the famous wisteria; the Wake Wisteria Park, in Wake-cho, Okayama, and at Ashikaga Flower Park, which has three massive wisteria trellises that extend 3,280 feet squared. (Time Out Tokyo has a list of additional notable wisteria around the city worth visiting.)

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red-lipstick:

Kristine Kvitka - Swamp Devil Is Planting The Pines, 2011     Painting: Oil