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Konstantin Korovin, At Senezhskom Lake, 1898

urgetocreate:

Konstantin Korovin, At Senezhskom Lake, 1898

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Dirk Filarski (Dutch, 1885-1964), Le Puy en Velay, Auvergne. Oil on canvas, 81 x 65 cm.

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Dirk Filarski (Dutch, 1885-1964), Le Puy en Velay, Auvergne. Oil on canvas, 81 x 65 cm.

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Jan De Vliegher, Gardens 5, 2011

urgetocreate:

Jan De Vliegher, Gardens 5, 2011

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tomer aluf
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tomer aluf
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Arthur Boyd (Australian, 1920-1999), The Old Hulk , 1959. Oil on canvas laid on board, 32 x 41 in.

blastedheath:

Arthur Boyd (Australian, 1920-1999), The Old Hulk , 1959. Oil on canvas laid on board, 32 x 41 in.

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Arne Kavli (Norwegian, 1878-1970), Two Men in a Garden, 1919. Oil on canvas, 65 x 76 cm.

blastedheath:

Arne Kavli (Norwegian, 1878-1970), Two Men in a Garden, 1919. Oil on canvas, 65 x 76 cm.

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Jan De Vliegher, Pantheon Rome, 2001

urgetocreate:

Jan De Vliegher, Pantheon Rome, 2001

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burchfieldpenneyartcenter:

"Summer attains its greatest dignity & power in August. In this dignity & power exist simultaneously a sinister quality, and a deeply mystical one. On one hand in point of time, is the luxuriant beauty of full-growing things, on the other, the lucid romanticism of Autumn. An August might be mysterious, and has something terrifying about it – the black night following the hot misty white day, is broken by nervous flashes of heat lightning, dancing in the dark northern sky. Trees become huge black abstract masses.” Charles E. Burchfield, August 23, 1926 http://bpac.co/n:1426

Image: Charles E. Burchfield (1893-1967), Landscape with Grey Clouds (Heat Lightning), ca. 1962; watercolor, charcoal, and white chalk on joined paper, 58 x 45 inches; DC Moore Gallery, New York

burchfieldpenneyartcenter:

"Summer attains its greatest dignity & power in August. In this dignity & power exist simultaneously a sinister quality, and a deeply mystical one. On one hand in point of time, is the luxuriant beauty of full-growing things, on the other, the lucid romanticism of Autumn. An August might be mysterious, and has something terrifying about it – the black night following the hot misty white day, is broken by nervous flashes of heat lightning, dancing in the dark northern sky. Trees become huge black abstract masses.” Charles E. Burchfield, August 23, 1926 http://bpac.co/n:1426

Image: Charles E. Burchfield (1893-1967), Landscape with Grey Clouds (Heat Lightning), ca. 1962; watercolor, charcoal, and white chalk on joined paper, 58 x 45 inches; DC Moore Gallery, New York

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