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jawcooper:

Me sitting on a log in the redwoods with my portable gouache painting kit. #jawcooper #jawcooperart #landscape #humboldtredwoods #gouache

jawcooper:

Me sitting on a log in the redwoods with my portable gouache painting kit. #jawcooper #jawcooperart #landscape #humboldtredwoods #gouache

jenmann:

The final painting “not the one” / 60”x90” - for my show “Q&A” at NSC in Toronto. November 20, 2014
an out-take from this same photo-shoot (where i was taking pictures to use as source for the painting) was posted from my instagram onto tumblr and has something like 100,000 re-blogs or something insane.
Something that most people don’t really realize - this is a self portrait. 

jenmann:

The final painting “not the one” / 60”x90” - for my show “Q&A” at NSC in Toronto. November 20, 2014

an out-take from this same photo-shoot (where i was taking pictures to use as source for the painting) was posted from my instagram onto tumblr and has something like 100,000 re-blogs or something insane.

Something that most people don’t really realize - this is a self portrait. 

rfmmsd:

Artist:
Yoann Lossel 
"Bumblebee Cottage"


"Here is a little subject I created a few weeks ago :"Bumblebee Cottage" 
(SOLD) - 7,8” x 7,8” - Graphite, Gold Leaf and Hydrangea’s Petals on Arches Paper.[FR]Voici un petit sujet que j’ai réalisé il y a quelques semaines :"Bumblebee Cottage"  
(VENDU) - 20 cm x 20cm - Graphite, Pétales d’Hortensias et Feuilles D’or sur Papier Arches.”

rfmmsd:

Artist:

Yoann Lossel 

"Bumblebee Cottage"


"Here is a little subject I created a few weeks ago :
"Bumblebee Cottage"

(SOLD) - 7,8” x 7,8” - Graphite, Gold Leaf and Hydrangea’s Petals on Arches Paper.

[FR]
Voici un petit sujet que j’ai réalisé il y a quelques semaines :
"Bumblebee Cottage"  

(VENDU) - 20 cm x 20cm - Graphite, Pétales d’Hortensias et Feuilles D’or sur Papier Arches.”

likeafieldmouse:

Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (1875-6)

Original on top, later version below

"Despite the effort Caillebotte put into the painting, it was rejected by France’s most prestigious art exhibition, The Salon, in 1875. The depiction of working-class people in their trade, not fully clothed, shocked the jurors and was deemed a ‘vulgar subject matter.’ 

The images of the floor scrapers came to be associated with Degas’s paintings of washerwomen, also presented at the same exhibition and similarly scorned as ‘vulgar’”.

(via foryouratelophobia)