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Vincent Van Gogh - Blossoming Almond Tree

his painting style is so unique, i love learning about it

I mean it’s really not unique, he wasn’t the first artist to use the “impasto” technique. But he was a leading pioneer of the craft and definitely made it widely recognized. There were many other artists of the late 19th century in France who revolutionized the art scene away from realism and into other realms


The Lords of the Cemetary, said to represent one of seventy-five forms of Mahakala. According to Buddhist legend, the Citipati were originally a pair of ascetics who became so lost in profound meditation they failed to notice a thief cutting off heir heads.

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Egon Schiele- hands

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Three pieces from Comme des Garçons Spring/Summer 2012 on display in an exhibition titled ‘White Drama’ - part 1

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The Best of / Multi Material / Mai 2012

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Vassily Kandinsky.

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"sunday morning overground" by tristan pigott (2013)

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pink window in the red light district, tokyo, 2009

by Thomas Prior

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Bianca Brunner’s oil-slick-like pictures in the exhibition “BREACH,” 2012, Rod Barton Gallery, London

Christopher Kane at #LFW

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Festoon of Fruit and Flowers (detail).

 Jan Davidsz. de Heem

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