arthubblog:

The Nightmare, 1781 Henry Fuseli (1741 – 1825), Swiss This painting created a sensation when it was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1782. The canvas seems to portray simultaneously a dreaming woman and the subject of her nightmare. The work was likely inspired by folkloric Germanic tales about demons and witches that possessed people who slept alone. In these stories, men were visited by horses or hags and women were believed to engage in sexual relationship with the devil. — at Detroit Institute of Arts.
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detourart:


Nice shot of the speaker on this airmax painting, these babies can bump! #music #speakers
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listergallery:

Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.
http://www.adamlistergallery.com/work.html
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detourart:

Getting on my painting on while listening to @cthagod and the rest of the Breakfast Club. #art #arts #acrylic #artwork #paint #painting #portrait #oilpaintings #oilpainting @liquitex_usa
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blackcontemporaryart:

My name is Apanaki Temitayo M and the piece is called The Geisha and this is from the The Egungun Collection done in April 2012
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ufukorada:

The Stone Bench in the Garden at Saint-Paul Hospital - Vincent van Gogh 1889
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flyartproductions:

Before he speak, his suit bespoke
The first coat (1892), Vladimir Makovsky / American Boy, Estelle feat. Kanye West
prsxflight:

Jeff Donaldson (AfriCOBRA) “Two for Cheikh”
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artisticstuffetc:

Paintings vlog sacredfemininegypsyheart:
Hyakka Ryoran - Matsuri via Tumblr
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instramatic:

While cleaning, I found this painting I did in sixth grade of my dog Jax.
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acrylicalchemy:

Paint a path for those that see their own undefined-Michael Carini
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themagicfarawayttree:

Helen Read: Curvature - leaf abstraction
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Conrad Jon Godly's mountain Conrad Jon Godly's mountain Conrad Jon Godly's mountain Conrad Jon Godly's mountain Conrad Jon Godly's mountain Conrad Jon Godly's mountain
Edvard Munch: The Scream
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