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blastedheath:

Gustave Courbet (French, 1819-1877), Path through the Forest, c.1860. Oil on canvas, 69.9 x 92.7 cm.

blastedheath:

Gustave Courbet (French, 1819-1877), Path through the Forest, c.1860. Oil on canvas, 69.9 x 92.7 cm.

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mentaltimetraveller:

Marisa Merz

mentaltimetraveller:

Marisa Merz

havesexwithghosts:

Sigmar Polke, Konstruktivistisch, 1968

havesexwithghosts:

Sigmar Polke, Konstruktivistisch, 1968

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emportesparlafoule:

Robert Rauschenberg - Pilgrim (1960)
breadquilt:

John Zurier
Icelandic Painting (Watching the Summer), 2011watercolor on linen12 x 8”

breadquilt:

John Zurier

Icelandic Painting (Watching the Summer), 2011
watercolor on linen
12 x 8”

Gene Beery painting

Gene Beery painting

weekendpartyupdate:

Sam McKinniss, the quick and the dead, 2014, oil/canvas, 24 x 30 inches. 

weekendpartyupdate:

Sam McKinniss, the quick and the dead, 2014, oil/canvas, 24 x 30 inches. 

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theideaofsimplicity:

inspiration for www.duefashion.com

melina gesto by david bornscheuer

theideaofsimplicity:

inspiration for www.duefashion.com

melina gesto by david bornscheuer

blastedheath:

Valentin Carron (Swiss, b. 1977), Waterlily, 2012. Polystyrene, fiberglass, acrylic resin, acrylic paint, 187 × 194 × 162 cm.

blastedheath:

Valentin Carron (Swiss, b. 1977), Waterlily, 2012. Polystyrene, fiberglass, acrylic resin, acrylic paint, 187 × 194 × 162 cm.

mentaltimetraveller:

Vincent Fecteau

mentaltimetraveller:

Vincent Fecteau

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1000scientists:

Nick Mauss Seam, 2012 Ink, charcoal, pastel on bookcloth on canvas, 60 x 50 cm

1000scientists:

Nick Mauss
Seam, 2012
Ink, charcoal, pastel on bookcloth on canvas, 60 x 50 cm

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mtrt:

Tracy Thomason

mtrt:

Tracy Thomason

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jmjammy:

Norbert Prangenberg
Kopf, 2012

jmjammy:

Norbert Prangenberg

Kopf, 2012


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Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.
— Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (via liberatingreality)
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