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I’m searching III, Carnet de travail Pigments  Élisabeth Couloigner

I’m searching III, Carnet de travail Pigments Élisabeth Couloigner

peter doig 2/18 I like how some colors are more muted than others and there are colors that stand out more than other like the pink and yellow

peter doig 2/18 I like how some colors are more muted than others and there are colors that stand out more than other like the pink and yellow

PETER DOIG "PINK BRIEY" 1997

PETER DOIG "PINK BRIEY" 1997

Unite d'Habitation de Le Corbusier. Peter Doig.

Unite d'Habitation de Le Corbusier. Peter Doig.

bofransson: “ Grapes Pierre Bonnard - circa 1942-1945 ”

bofransson: “ Grapes Pierre Bonnard - circa 1942-1945 ”

Wassily Kandinsky - "View from the Window of the Griesbrau", 1908

Wassily Kandinsky - "View from the Window of the Griesbrau", 1908

Wassily Kandinsky, Johannisstrasse, Murnau, 1908

Wassily Kandinsky, Johannisstrasse, Murnau, 1908

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Bal du moulin de la Galette (Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette) 1876. Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Bal du moulin de la Galette (Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette) 1876. Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863-1944) - Girl by the Window, 1896-98

Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863-1944) - Girl by the Window, 1896-98

Edvard Munch "Vampire". - "The Frieze of Life" themes recur throughout Munch's work but he especially focused on them in the mid-1890s. In sketches, paintings, pastels and prints, he tapped the depths of his feelings to examine his major motifs: the stages of life, the femme fatale, the hopelessness of love, anxiety, infidelity, jealousy, sexual humiliation, and separation in life and death.[52] These themes are expressed in paintings such as The Sick Child (1885), Love and Pain (retitled…

Edvard Munch "Vampire". - "The Frieze of Life" themes recur throughout Munch's work but he especially focused on them in the mid-1890s. In sketches, paintings, pastels and prints, he tapped the depths of his feelings to examine his major motifs: the stages of life, the femme fatale, the hopelessness of love, anxiety, infidelity, jealousy, sexual humiliation, and separation in life and death.[52] These themes are expressed in paintings such as The Sick Child (1885), Love and Pain (retitled…