1. thirdorgan:

    Arnaldo Coen (Mexico, 1940)

    Onfalia 1973

    (via nikothaemus)

     
  2. yournineleafclover:

    Airborn (1959) by Morris Louis

    (Source: sothebys.com, via workman)

     
  3. kafkasapartment:

    Close to midnight, c.1919. Gösta Adrian-Nilsson. Paper-panel

    (via zencrap)

     
  4. acidadebranca:

    blastedheath:

    Fernand Léger (French, 1881-1955), La Gare [The station], 1918. Gouache on card, 32.2 x 36.5 cm.

    1920 | Le Corbusier meets Fernand Léger.

     
  5. socialclaustrophobia:

    Rudolf Stingel (Italian, b. 1956) / Untitled, 2010
    Oil and enamel on canvas, 131⅞ × 179⅞ inches (335 × 456.9 cm)

     
  6. wehadfacesthen:

    "She had a self-discipline which was not harsh, but of an exquisite order. Indeed I think ‘exquisite’ is the word for her, in every sense and in every way."   -  Olivia de Havilland, speaking about Vivien Leigh

    (Source: avasgal)

     
  7. likeafieldmouse:

    Joan Miró - Blue III (1961)

     
  8. blastedheath:

    Anselm Reyle (German, b. 1970), Untitled, 2006. Acrylic, coloured acrylic glass, foil on canvas, 67.5 × 56.5 cm.

    (via socialclaustrophobia)

     
  9. acidadebranca:

    archiveofaffinities:

    Jacques Lipchitz, Man with a Guitar, 1915

    1918 | Charles-Edouard Jeanneret meets the painter Jacques Lipchitz. 

     
  10. artmastered:

    J. E. H. MacDonald, Autumn Maple, 1915-16, oil on beaverboard, 69.5 x 94.2 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Source

    (via zencrap)