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Bohumil Kubišta. Please, From the Veraikon Album. 1915.

Bohumil Kubišta. Please, From the Veraikon Album. 1915.

thirdorgan:

Mario Carreño (Cuba-Chile, La Habana, 24 de mayo de 1913 - Santiago, 20 de diciembre de 1999)

LA COSA HUMANA, 1970

LA MANZANA EVADIDA, 1970

MUJERES Y CORALES, 1992

LAS COMPUTADORAS DE LA NOCHE, 1972

DE LA SERIE LA CAIDA DE LOS GRANDES MITOS, 1976

TENSIÓN ESPACIAL, 1957

SKETCH FOR THE DRUMBEATER, 1949

SUEÑO GUAJIRO, 1949

LA ARAUCANA, 1982

SIN TITULO (NERUDA Y SUS AMIGOS), 1973

http://www.artistasplasticoschilenos.cl/biografia.aspx?itmid=284#0

catmota:

Maruyama Okyo  (1733-1795)

catmota:

Maruyama Okyo  (1733-1795)

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Leo Gestel - Evening landscape near Montfoort, 1909

arsarteetlabore:

Leo Gestel - Evening landscape near Montfoort, 1909

ymutate:

Tadashige Ono, River in Hiroshima 1966, found at ichiban.narod.ru, posted by ymutate

ymutate:

Tadashige Ono, River in Hiroshima 1966, found at ichiban.narod.ru, posted by ymutate

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Walter Sickert - Jack the Ripper’s Bedroom
Sickert took a keen interest in the crimes of Jack the Ripper and believed he had lodged in a room used by the infamous serial killer. He had been told this by his landlady, who suspected a previous lodger. Sickert did a painting of the room and titled it “Jack the Ripper’s Bedroom.” It shows a dark, melancholy room with most details obscured.
Although for over 70 years there was no mention of Sickert’s being a suspect in the Ripper crimes, in modern times three books have been published whose authors maintain that Sickert was Jack the Ripper or his accomplice.

arsarteetlabore:

Walter Sickert - Jack the Ripper’s Bedroom

Sickert took a keen interest in the crimes of Jack the Ripper and believed he had lodged in a room used by the infamous serial killer. He had been told this by his landlady, who suspected a previous lodger. Sickert did a painting of the room and titled it “Jack the Ripper’s Bedroom.” It shows a dark, melancholy room with most details obscured.

Although for over 70 years there was no mention of Sickert’s being a suspect in the Ripper crimes, in modern times three books have been published whose authors maintain that Sickert was Jack the Ripper or his accomplice.

thirdorgan:

Mario Carreño (Cuba-Chile, La Habana, 24 de mayo de 1913 - Santiago, 20 de diciembre de 1999)
Untitled Composition 1956

thirdorgan:

Mario Carreño (Cuba-Chile, La Habana, 24 de mayo de 1913 - Santiago, 20 de diciembre de 1999)

Untitled Composition 1956