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A Blog where I post inanimate art, landscape art, impressionist paintings, graphic design, quotes, movies stuff, text posts and any other things that I fancy.
slickwhippet:

Andreas Achenbach, Snowy Forest (1835)   via museum kunstpalast

slickwhippet:

Andreas Achenbach, Snowy Forest (1835)   via museum kunstpalast

williamwinger:

The Siesta (after Millet) 1889-1990, by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
The Siesta was painted while Van Gogh was interned in a mental asylum in Saint-Rémy de Provence. The composition is taken from a drawing by Millet for Four Moments in the Day. To justify his act, Vincent told his brother Theo: “I am using another language, that of colours, to translate the impressions of light and dark into black and white”. Van Gogh often copied the works of Millet, whom he considered to be “a more modern painter than Manet”. This highly personal retranscription is achieved primarily by means of a chromatic construction based on contrasting complementary colours: blue-violet, yellow-orange. 

williamwinger:

The Siesta (after Millet) 1889-1990, by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)

The Siesta was painted while Van Gogh was interned in a mental asylum in Saint-Rémy de Provence. The composition is taken from a drawing by Millet for Four Moments in the Day. To justify his act, Vincent told his brother Theo: “I am using another language, that of colours, to translate the impressions of light and dark into black and white”. Van Gogh often copied the works of Millet, whom he considered to be “a more modern painter than Manet”. This highly personal retranscription is achieved primarily by means of a chromatic construction based on contrasting complementary colours: blue-violet, yellow-orange. 

willisninety-six:

Painting by Andreas Achenbach.

willisninety-six:

Painting by Andreas Achenbach.

passivus:

Morning on Danxia Landform 地貌日出 (by Melinda ^..^)

passivus:

Morning on Danxia Landform 地貌日出 (by Melinda ^..^)

betype:

This is a logotype for a fictional company named Thunder Thighs Twinkle Toes — The School of Unconventional Ballet. The logotype references this preconceived notion about ballerinas using the elongated letters and rigid structure.

Michelle Wang
Pratt Institute
behance.net/mwang

betype:

This is a logotype for a fictional company named Thunder Thighs Twinkle Toes — The School of Unconventional Ballet. The logotype references this preconceived notion about ballerinas using the elongated letters and rigid structure.

Michelle Wang

Pratt Institute

behance.net/mwang

vilden-art:

Alfred Sisley - The Seine at Argenteuil, 1870

vilden-art:

Alfred Sisley - The Seine at Argenteuil, 1870