vanilla in the dawn
fukuoka , 21
vanilla in the dawn
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earthlynation:

Red-Eyed Glassfrog (Cochranella litoralis) (by Lucas M. Bustamante-Enríquez)
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jacobvanloon:

Jacob van LoonPeony (First Flower IV)INSTAGRAM GIVEAWAY This original illustration is part of my instagram giveaway contest. I will be running the contest over the next 7-10 days, and the winner (picked at random) will receive this piece in the mail at the end of the contest. This contest is exclusive to instagram. Entry Rules (all steps required):1. Follow @ jacobvanloon on instagram.2. Share Peony (First Flower IV) on your feed, along with the giveaway information.3. List my instagram handle in the text, and tag me (jacobvanloon) in the repost so I can tally your entry. Winner will be announced on instagram. Thank you and good luck.
jacobvanloon:

Jacob van LoonPeony (First Flower IV)INSTAGRAM GIVEAWAY This original illustration is part of my instagram giveaway contest. I will be running the contest over the next 7-10 days, and the winner (picked at random) will receive this piece in the mail at the end of the contest. This contest is exclusive to instagram. Entry Rules (all steps required):1. Follow @ jacobvanloon on instagram.2. Share Peony (First Flower IV) on your feed, along with the giveaway information.3. List my instagram handle in the text, and tag me (jacobvanloon) in the repost so I can tally your entry. Winner will be announced on instagram. Thank you and good luck.
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likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
likeafieldmouse:

Rooms with a View 
“This exhibition focuses on a subject treasured by the Romantics: the view through an open window. German, French, Danish, and Russian artists first took up the theme in the second decade of the nineteenth century. 
Juxtaposing near and far, the window is a metaphor for unfulfilled longing. Painters distilled this feeling in pictures of hushed, spare rooms with contemplative figures; studios with artists at work; and open windows as the sole motif. As the exhibition reveals, these pictures may shift markedly in tone, yet they share a distinct absence of the anecdote and narrative that characterized earlier genre painting.”
1. Peter Ilsted
2. Carl Holsøe
3. Léon Cogniet
4. Wilhelm Bendz
5. Alfred Broge
6. Caspar David Friedrich
7. Georg Friedrich Kersting
8. Jacobus Vrel
9. Johann Erdmann Hummel
10. Vilhelm Hammershøi
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travelingcolors:

Sunset in Chipiona | Spain (by Nacho Coca)
travelingcolors:

Sunset in Chipiona | Spain (by Nacho Coca)
travelingcolors:

Sunset in Chipiona | Spain (by Nacho Coca)
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likeafieldmouse:

Jim Hodges - Give More Than You Take (2014)
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likeafieldmouse:

Lukasz Wierzbowski
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likeafieldmouse:

Lukasz Wierzbowski
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likeafieldmouse:

Do-Ho Suh - High School Uni-Form (1997)
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likeafieldmouse:

Do-Ho Suh - Myselves (2013)
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likeafieldmouse:

Portrait - Untitled
Isaim Lozano
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likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
likeafieldmouse:

Alexis Vasilikos - There Are No Things Here (1995 -2013)
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nprfreshair:

By Emily Blincoe
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likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
likeafieldmouse:

Leo Berne
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Vasya Kolotusha
Tumblr: http://yes-make-mo.tumblr.com/
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earthlynation:

Partially translucent (by Alejandro Arteaga)