manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast leads off with Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Timothy O. Benson.

Benson is the curator of "Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky." The show reveals how expressionism, typically considered a German movement, had its roots in late 19th-century French art and then presents how central European artists discovered, learned from and expanded upon developments in France. 

It’s on view through September 14. The exhibition’s catalogue, published by Prestel, is terrific. Amazon offers it for $50.

This is Vincent van Gogh’s Pollard Willows at Sunset (1888). A small canvas installed in the first space in Benson’s exhibition, much of “Expressionism in Germany and France” seems to radiate out from van Gogh’s approach to this painting.

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new-aesthetic:

Facebook Billboard, Yemen.
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new-aesthetic:

Facebook Billboard, Yemen.

mapsontheweb:

The Balkans, 1796 - 2008

mapsontheweb:

The Balkans, 1796 - 2008

manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Édouard Manet

manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Édouard Manet

scavengedluxury:

Alter Friedhof (old cemetery). Freiburg, May 2014.
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scavengedluxury:

Alter Friedhof (old cemetery). Freiburg, May 2014.

allthingseurope:

St. Pancras railway station, London (by Maciek Lulko)

allthingseurope:

St. Pancras railway station, London (by Maciek Lulko)

photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean

The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.

discardingimages:

snailstag 'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506.
BL, Add 18852, fol. 305v

discardingimages:

snailstag 

'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506.

BL, Add 18852, fol. 305v

artstarosta:

Fyodor Reshetnikov. For peace! 1950
The State Tretyakov Gallery

Reshetnikov is just soviet realism’s Normal Rockwell.

artstarosta:

Fyodor Reshetnikov. For peace! 1950

The State Tretyakov Gallery

Reshetnikov is just soviet realism’s Normal Rockwell.

23silence:

Marie Bracquemond - Iris in the Vase, 1886

23silence:

Marie Bracquemond - Iris in the Vase, 1886