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21 year old girl from Norway, studying art history. Feel free to message me and take a look at my two other blogs!


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urpflanze:

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio - Sette opere di Misericordia (The Seven Works of Mercy), c. 1607

fleurdulys:

Sailing Ships at Dawn - Carl Brandt

uromancy:

Gabriel von Max. St. Julia. 1866.

womenofarthistory:

Self Portrait as an Allegory of Painting Artemisia Gentileschi ca. 1635 Musée Maillol, Paris [x]

baroqueart:

Adoration of the Shepherds by Juan Bautista Maíno
Date: 1613

herminehesse:

Pearls in paintings

lonequixote:

Water Lilies, 1908 ~ Claude Monet

laclefdescoeurs:

Olive Trees in the Moreno Garden, 1884, Claude Monet

jaded-mandarin:

Rubens. L’Échange des deux princesses de France et d’Espagne sur la Bidassoa à Hendaye, le 9 Novembre, 1615.

books0977:

The Garden Wall (1910). John Singer Sargent (American, 1856-1925). Translucent and opaque watercolor, with wax resist, over graphite on paper. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Evan Charteris wrote in 1927: To live with Sargent’s water-colours is to live with sunshine captured and held, with the luster of a bright and legible world, ‘the refluent shade’ and ‘the Ambient ardours of the noon.’

laclefdescoeurs:

House of Père Lacroix, 1873, Paul Cézanne

sollertias:

Salomé by Henri Regnault, 1870 (detail)

blastedheath:

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi
Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918), Dame im Fauteuil [Lady in an Armchair], 1897. Oil on canvas

necspenecmetu:

Bartolomeo Cavarozzi, The Virgin and Child with Angels, 1620

svrrealist:

LILLIA FRANTIN(b. New York City, NY 1944)
"Pink geraniums with lemons"30 x 40in, oil

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