Beatrice Meoni

Beatrice Meoni

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Varda Caivano | Victoria Miro

Varda Caivano | Victoria Miro

Artist, illustrator, designer and prop stylist Ashley Mary.   Reminds me of Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs.

Artist, illustrator, designer and prop stylist Ashley Mary. Reminds me of Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs.

Henri Matisse: Little Blue Interior, 1947 ᘡℓvᘠ□☆□ ❉ღϠ□☆□ ₡ღ✻↞❁✦彡●⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎· ❀‿ ❀ ·✳︎· FR DEC 02, 2016 ✨ gυяυ ✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻✨♥♫ ~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰●彡✦❁↠ ஜℓvஜ

Henri Matisse: Little Blue Interior, 1947 ᘡℓvᘠ□☆□ ❉ღϠ□☆□ ₡ღ✻↞❁✦彡●⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎· ❀‿ ❀ ·✳︎· FR DEC 02, 2016 ✨ gυяυ ✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻✨♥♫ ~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰●彡✦❁↠ ஜℓvஜ

Landscape at Collioure  Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954)  Collioure, summer 1905. Oil on canvas, 15 1/4 x 18 3/8" (38.8 x 46.6 cm). Gift and bequest of Louise Reinhardt Smith. © 2012 Succession H. Matisse, Paris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Landscape at Collioure Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) Collioure, summer 1905. Oil on canvas, 15 1/4 x 18 3/8" (38.8 x 46.6 cm). Gift and bequest of Louise Reinhardt Smith. © 2012 Succession H. Matisse, Paris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Total Inspiration: jellies family for kartell by patricia urquiola

Total Inspiration: jellies family for kartell by patricia urquiola

Galleri Riis | Olav Christopher Jenssen

Galleri Riis | Olav Christopher Jenssen

Master Weaver’s Thesis Book, Systeme de la Mecanique a la Jacquard, 1848. Pen and ink with gouache on paper. France. Via Cooper Hewitt Joseph Marie Jacquard developed his mechanical loom in 1801, the first machine to use punched cards to control a sequence of operations. It is considered an important step in the history of computing hardware…

Master Weaver’s Thesis Book, Systeme de la Mecanique a la Jacquard, 1848. Pen and ink with gouache on paper. France. Via Cooper Hewitt Joseph Marie Jacquard developed his mechanical loom in 1801, the first machine to use punched cards to control a sequence of operations. It is considered an important step in the history of computing hardware…

This weaving loom, designed by Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801, was the first machine to use punched cards to control a series of sequences — a key step in the development of computer programming.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

This weaving loom, designed by Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801, was the first machine to use punched cards to control a series of sequences — a key step in the development of computer programming. More

Japanese Oribe Ware Pottery Bowl 織部焼 of Hakkaku-zara Shape with Curved Handle Lid

Japanese Oribe Ware Pottery Bowl 織部焼 of Hakkaku-zara Shape with Curved Handle Lid

《織部切落手鉢》 桃山時代 17世紀 個人蔵

《織部切落手鉢》 桃山時代 17世紀 個人蔵