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Raffi Kalenderian

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…david…

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berndwuersching:

Dominique Goblet

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Dominique Goblet

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Greg Rivera 

Low Brow Jant

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Pawel Uniatowicz
fogg, 2011

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nicolaslamoureux:

'Timber Timbre - Run From Me'. What an album.

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ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Roger Bezombes - Vase with Flowers (Strelitzia)

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Clint Griffin

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artblackafrica:

Amadou Sanogo (b. 1977, Mali)Les petits courant d’air d’un couple, 2010

artblackafrica:

Amadou Sanogo (b. 1977, Mali)
Les petits courant d’air d’un couple, 2010

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Gabriele Münter (German, 1877–1962), Rosa Stilleben, 1908-09. Oil on cardboard.  (Galerie Salis & Vertes - http://bit.ly/12j2sT2 ).

Along with Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, Gabriele Münter was a founding member of the German Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider).

At first I experienced great difficulty with my brushwork- I mean with what the French call la touche de pinceau. So Kandinsky taught me how to achieve the effects that I wanted with a palette knife… My main difficulty was I could not paint fast enough. My pictures are all moments of life- I mean instantaneous visual experiences, generally noted very rapidly and spontaneously. When I begin to paint, it’s like leaping suddenly into deep waters, and I never know beforehand whether I will be able to swim. Well, it was Kandinsky who taught me the technique of swimming. I mean that he has taught me to work fast enough, and with enough self- assurance, to be able to achieve this kind of rapid and spontaneous recording of moments of life.”

—Gabriele Münter

(Reinhold Heller (1997), Gabriele Münter: The Years of Expressionism 1903-1920. New York: Presteverlag)

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