Lívia Torres

Lívia Torres

friolenta:

Gustav Klimt, Judith (I), 1901. Oil on canvas. The Vienna Secession. 

friolenta:

Gustav Klimt, Judith (I), 1901. Oil on canvas. The Vienna Secession. 

(vía caravaggista)

fleurdulys:

Reflection - Odilon Redon
1900

fleurdulys:

Reflection - Odilon Redon

1900

(vía impressionsonmymind)

dailyart-i-facts:

Artworks with the Same Name(4/?) 

The Kiss
Auguste Rodin vs. Gustave Klimt
"As she fled fast thro’ sun and shade,The happy winds upon her play’d,Blowing the ringlet from the braid.She look’d so lovely, as she sway’dThe rein with dainty finger-tips,A man had given all other bliss,And all his worldly worth for this,To waste his whole heart in one kissUpon her perfect lips.” 


Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere, Lord Alfred Tennyson (x)
dailyart-i-facts:

Artworks with the Same Name(4/?) 

The Kiss
Auguste Rodin vs. Gustave Klimt
"As she fled fast thro’ sun and shade,The happy winds upon her play’d,Blowing the ringlet from the braid.She look’d so lovely, as she sway’dThe rein with dainty finger-tips,A man had given all other bliss,And all his worldly worth for this,To waste his whole heart in one kissUpon her perfect lips.” 


Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere, Lord Alfred Tennyson (x)
dailyart-i-facts:

Artworks with the Same Name(4/?) 

The Kiss
Auguste Rodin vs. Gustave Klimt
"As she fled fast thro’ sun and shade,The happy winds upon her play’d,Blowing the ringlet from the braid.She look’d so lovely, as she sway’dThe rein with dainty finger-tips,A man had given all other bliss,And all his worldly worth for this,To waste his whole heart in one kissUpon her perfect lips.” 


Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere, Lord Alfred Tennyson (x)
dailyart-i-facts:

Artworks with the Same Name(4/?) 

The Kiss
Auguste Rodin vs. Gustave Klimt
"As she fled fast thro’ sun and shade,The happy winds upon her play’d,Blowing the ringlet from the braid.She look’d so lovely, as she sway’dThe rein with dainty finger-tips,A man had given all other bliss,And all his worldly worth for this,To waste his whole heart in one kissUpon her perfect lips.” 


Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere, Lord Alfred Tennyson (x)

dailyart-i-facts:

Artworks with the Same Name(4/?) 

The Kiss

Auguste Rodin vs. Gustave Klimt

"As she fled fast thro’ sun and shade,
The happy winds upon her play’d,
Blowing the ringlet from the braid.
She look’d so lovely, as she sway’d
The rein with dainty finger-tips,
A man had given all other bliss,
And all his worldly worth for this,
To waste his whole heart in one kiss
Upon her perfect lips.” 
Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere, Lord Alfred Tennyson (x)

(vía impressionsonmymind)


by Chirag Bangdel

by Chirag Bangdel

(vía felixinclusis)

Silence is so accurate.

Mark Rothko (1903-1970, Russia/USA)

(vía fuckyeahexistentialism)

Si no hay consuelo, el dolor es mi maestro.

Alejandro Jodorowsky
artnet:

Born in present-day Belarus in 1887, Jewish artist Marc Chagall became known for his dream-like imagery and his vivid use of color. Four Tales from the Arabian Nights, currently being offered by Galerie Lareuse, pulls the viewer into a timeless realm inhabited by two lovers locked in an amorous embrace. The rich hues of blue evoke a heavenly space through which a horse, one of Chagall’s most prevalent subjects, carries the lovers away. 
Located in Washington DC, Galerie Lareuse specializes in 19th and 20th century works on paper by both European and American masters. 

artnet:

Born in present-day Belarus in 1887, Jewish artist Marc Chagall became known for his dream-like imagery and his vivid use of color. Four Tales from the Arabian Nights, currently being offered by Galerie Lareuse, pulls the viewer into a timeless realm inhabited by two lovers locked in an amorous embrace. The rich hues of blue evoke a heavenly space through which a horse, one of Chagall’s most prevalent subjects, carries the lovers away.

Located in Washington DC, Galerie Lareuse specializes in 19th and 20th century works on paper by both European and American masters. 

If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.

Marc Chagall 
artemisdreaming:

The Buddha, 1905
Odilon Redon

artemisdreaming:

The Buddha, 1905

Odilon Redon

Our eyes are full of terrible confessions.