all together lovely
huamao:

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Red Door, White Cross by Alice Attie

huamao:

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Red Door, White Cross by Alice Attie

elemenop:

blowing in the wind by barbera* on Flickr.
cavetocanvas:

Helen Frankenthaler, Canyon, 1965
From the Philip’s Collection:

During the 1960s, Frankenthaler moved away from her use of drips and splatters of paint toward larger single stains and blots. In 1963 she began using acrylic paint as opposed to turpentine-thinned oil, resulting in the expansion of form and the production of bolder, more saturated colors. Canyon of 1965, painted in acrylic, exemplifies Frankenthaler’s paintings of the 1960s as it flows out from a boldly colored center, in this case red. The painting takes advantage of the fluid nature of acrylic paint, which floods laterally across the surface of a canvas to create a hard, defined edge rather than a soft, blotted edge as in the thinned oil paint she used in her earlier work. Frankenthaler was attracted to the more saturated and intense effects of acrylic paint and the color relationships she could produce using this medium.

cavetocanvas:

Helen Frankenthaler, Canyon, 1965

From the Philip’s Collection:

During the 1960s, Frankenthaler moved away from her use of drips and splatters of paint toward larger single stains and blots. In 1963 she began using acrylic paint as opposed to turpentine-thinned oil, resulting in the expansion of form and the production of bolder, more saturated colors. Canyon of 1965, painted in acrylic, exemplifies Frankenthaler’s paintings of the 1960s as it flows out from a boldly colored center, in this case red. The painting takes advantage of the fluid nature of acrylic paint, which floods laterally across the surface of a canvas to create a hard, defined edge rather than a soft, blotted edge as in the thinned oil paint she used in her earlier work. Frankenthaler was attracted to the more saturated and intense effects of acrylic paint and the color relationships she could produce using this medium.

justanothermasterpiece:

Anne Saunders, through walls, 2006, acrylic on linen  102 x 102cm.

justanothermasterpiece:

Anne Saunders, through walls, 2006, acrylic on linen 102 x 102cm.

ymutate:
Steven Alexander:   Sage #2, 2010 Painting Acrylic and gold leaf on linen   20 x 16 inches
found at:  david richard contemporary

ymutate:

Steven Alexander: Sage #2, 2010 Painting Acrylic and gold leaf on linen 20 x 16 inches
found at: david richard contemporary
dailyartjournal:

2007 儚組”キリエ” DM by mius on Flickr.
jacobvanloon:



Madison & Kohlhase progress
Jacob van Loon
yama-bato:

John PIPER  Summer Farm

yama-bato:

John PIPER
Summer Farm

mrkiki:

Henri MatisseThe Red Studio. 1911Oil on canvas. 181 x 219,1 cm.
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mrkiki:

Henri Matisse
The Red Studio. 1911
Oil on canvas.
181 x 219,1 cm.

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stilllifequickheart:

Raoul Dufy
Anemones, detail
1938
xea:

RUFINO TAMAYO Sandías, 1968 Óleo s/tela, 130,3 x 196,5 cm. Col. Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo

xea:

RUFINO TAMAYO
Sandías, 1968
Óleo s/tela, 130,3 x 196,5 cm.
Col. Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo

23rd-block:

Josef Albers, from the series ‘Homage to the Square’.

23rd-block:

Josef Albers, from the series ‘Homage to the Square’.

scottbergeyart:

# 911 “Peace and Plenty” on Flickr.
http://www.ugallery.com/scott-bergey