Musée d'Art

A collection of artwork that strikes my fancy. Stuff that's found on Wikipaintings, reblogs, personal art, etc.

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madebytatty:

madebyhand-mezzo:

Some still photography from Gemma’s studio

A few shots from my interview/studio visit with Gemma Flack. Thanks for letting me come and poke around/fangirl over your work, I hope you like the photos! Have a look at my other blog if you are interested in keeping up with my project about handmade artists/the DIY culture in Melbourne.

fox-party:

Forgotten Ohio by Taraneh Azar (don’t remove caption) (this series turned out looking like stills from an old horror movie)

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Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903
chdd:

st on Art Served http://bit.ly/144IJa1
blastedheath:

pricebullington
Pia Dehne, Red Leaf Hunter, 2011. Oil on canvas, 90 x 78 in.
artburgac:

Takahiko Hayashi
septemberism94:

amoying:

hello this is for u

This picture made my heart so happy
fleurdulys:

Boats Returning Home - William Frederick Ritschel

porpentine:

i’m into really low commitment hangouts like lying on the floor near each other or falling asleep together or falling into an endless void together

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temporary-frame-of-mind:

The stationWhere I told youI love you
bofransson:

Winifred Nicholson, Northrigg Hill, c.1926

pirate-cashoo:

Okay, I’ve become rather irked by how much the boobs-n-butt pose is so harped on, as if it’s some hilarious, impossible thing. These were done on a whim, so I apologize for the small/crappy photos and sketchy outlines. Once I find my camera again, I’d like to take some shots that show the whole body and how this pose actually works.

These are all practical positions, and they were all relatively comfortable to do and stay in for a good period of time. Even though the boobs-n-butt pose looks a little funny, it’s entirely plausible and anatomically correct (although it can be taken too far). So, don’t be afraid to draw it. Hopefully these photos help a little with drawing such positions! 

EDIT: (again) Oh my, these notes. Well, I’m glad at least some people find these useful. Figured I’d add some drawings that show BOTH male and females in such positions. 

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polyeucte-melitena:

Raphael Gleitsmann (American, 1910-1995), Winter Evening, c. 1932. Oil on fiberboard, 99.06 x 111.76 cm.
onefastz33:

Mona Lifta