Nocturne in Black and Gold
CREEP TO THE MIC LIKE A PHANTOM
15:40 cavetocanvas:

Jenny Holzer, Selection from Survival Series, 1983-85
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15:32 cavetocanvas:

Thomas Moran, Chicago’s World Fair, 1894
From the Brooklyn Museum of Art:

Watercolor was the ideal medium for the late nineteenth-century landscape painter Thomas Moran, a follower of the British painter J. M. W. Turner who was drawn to dramatic natural features in places such as Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon. In this view of the lagoon and central buildings constructed for the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893—an extravagant, nationalistic salute to the westward advance of “civilization”—Moran bathed the scene in the glowing colors of a vivid sunset and violet shadows that might have seemed extreme if rendered in oils.
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Pantone color of 2013: emerald 
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15:11 philmfotos:

Ghost Town (2008)
Posted by: @Moloknee
15:11 zehipsterblog:

Yoshijiro Urushibara (1888-1953) A woodblock print in sumi and colour on paper depicting a full moon shining through pine
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15:11 varietas:

Franco Cianetti; Alberto Giacometti arbeitet vor dem Modell an einer Büste von Annette, Paris, 1962.
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