Brassaï in his Berlin Studio (Atelier), 1921. (photo by unknown author)
Gelatin silver print
Brassaï (Halasz Gyula) ~ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassa%C3%AF
By Koi by morgantj
Esteban March (1610 – 1668)
Portrait of his son Miguel March (detail)
Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain
Miguel March (1633 – 1670) became a painter and even surpassed his own father with his great talent.
Alvin Langdon Coburn
Vortograph of Ezra Pound, 1917
Marie-Louise Von Motesiczky: View from the Window, Vienna (1925)
This painting depicts a view of roofs and facades seen from the artist’s fourth-floor flat in Vienna, where she lived during the first half of the 1920s. The cupola in the upper centre of the painting is part of the Johann Strauss Theatre, famous for its performances of light opera. Technically this painting makes a shift in the artist’s work. Previously she had applied paint in dabs which created a mottled effect. This work is painted with rather freer brush strokes. The elongated vertical format is characteristic of von Motesiczky’s canvases of the period and reflects the influence of Max Beckmann’s paintings of the 1920s.
Among flowers, 1911, Faragó Géza. Hungarian (1877 - 1928)
Lars Beller Fjetland is a Norwegian designer who creates these “Re-Turned” birds by hand from leftover wood, such as table legs or arm rests.
The birds can be bought from DISCIPLINE.
Paris Window by claude lazar
Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky (Polish, 1873-1944), Foxgloves in a Summer Garden, 1941. Oil on canvas, 75 x 63 cm.