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Face Made of Food by Alex J Jefferies

Face made of vegetables by: Alex J. Jefferies Face made of vegetables by: Alex J. Jefferies Face made of vegetables by: Alex J.

fun! fabric wrapped tree limbs.... by malaysia

August I love these fabric wrapped branches. They are used as Christmas tree, but I think they would make a lovely teepee or play tent.

Klimt, árbol de peras

Pear Tree: 1903 (later reworked) by Gustav Klimt (Harvard Art Museums/ Busch-Reisinger Museum) - Art Nouveau

These 12 Brilliant Public Art Pieces In Pennsylvania Will Make You Stop To Stare

These 12 Brilliant Public Art Pieces In Pennsylvania Will Make You Stop To Stare

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kiss the moon - I really want this for Lane - If anyone knows where I can get a print - let me know. Danceable Tragedy: Rue des Roses by Movezerb - Whimsical art

self portrait c1884 wassily kandinsky

Self Portrait : Wassily Kandinsky : Museum Art Images : Museuma

Giuseppe Arcimboldo: L'Imperatore Rodolfo II in veste di Vertumno, 1591

Rudolf painted as Vertumnus, Roman God of the seasons, by Giuseppe Arcimboldo Rudolf greatly appreciated the work.

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For a time, Arcimboldo painted portraits in Prague in the court of the Holy Roman Empire. Here is a portrait of Rudolf II, the Holy Roman Emperor at the time, painted as Vertumnus, Roman god of the seasons.

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The Snug Is Now a Part of

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This is misidentified many places on PInterest as being "After Antea" by the painter Parmigianino (1503-1540), PAINTED in 1503.  Obviously, this is not possible - the artist was a newborn that year, and the original "Antea" was not painted until 1535.  I cannot find an artist listed anywhere here or on google for this piece, but it does appear modern - a homage to Parmigianino.

Art Lovers - Favorite Artist/Work Why? Parmigianino 1503 Parma - 1540 Casalmaggiore (showing of

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Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutritamanu artificiosa doctaque pinxit Georgius Dionysius Ehret .

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo took "you are what you eat" maybe a bit too literally.

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