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Federico Zandomeneghi (1841-1917, Italy; impressionism) | Femme au Miroir, 1898 (private collection)

Federico Zandomeneghi (1841-1917, Italy; impressionism) | Femme au Miroir, 1898 (private collection)

life-imitates-art-far-more: “Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931) “A Romance” (1894) Rusiñol was a Spanish painter, poet, and playwright, and one of the leaders of the Catalan modernisme movement. He influenced Pablo Picasso as a modern artist, and also left...

life-imitates-art-far-more: “Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931) “A Romance” (1894) Rusiñol was a Spanish painter, poet, and playwright, and one of the leaders of the Catalan modernisme movement. He influenced Pablo Picasso as a modern artist, and also left...

Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761-1845) The Dead Mouse 40 x 31.2 cm Oil on canvas Wallace Collection, London

Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761-1845) The Dead Mouse 40 x 31.2 cm Oil on canvas Wallace Collection, London

New York - MoMA -   The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was founded in 1929 and is often recognized as the most influential museum of modern art in the world.

New York - MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was founded in 1929 and is often recognized as the most influential museum of modern art in the world.

"La persistenza della memoria", Salvador Dalì, 1931, conservato al Museum of Modern Art, New York.

"La persistenza della memoria", Salvador Dalì, 1931, conservato al Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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MoMa

In this post I show you step-by-step how to create gorgeous DIY designer inspired abstract art and a custom frame once your piece is complete!

In this post I show you step-by-step how to create gorgeous DIY designer inspired abstract art and a custom frame once your piece is complete!

ABSTRACT ART Abstract print Giclee print Modern Art by Artzaro

ABSTRACT ART Abstract print Giclee print Modern Art by Artzaro

Parete in legno scultura minimalista moderna di arte astratta

Parete in legno scultura minimalista moderna di arte astratta

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)  I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind.  Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind. Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

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