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Luigi Lucioni - Rose Hobart, 1934.

Luigi Lucioni - Rose Hobart, 1934.

American Gothic   by KitsuneYamizuka

American Gothic by KitsuneYamizuka

George Spencer Watson (1869-1934) | The Orange Dress, 1926 | Oil on canvas, 25" x 30"

George Spencer Watson (1869-1934) | The Orange Dress, 1926 | Oil on canvas, 25" x 30"

Tetyana Yablonska (1945 – Self-portrait) was a Ukrainian painter. Her early vital pictures are devoted to work and a life of Ukrainian people ("Bread", 1949). She has passed to generalizing images of the nature, differing a subtlety of plastic and color rhythms.

Tetyana Yablonska (1945 – Self-portrait) was a Ukrainian painter. Her early vital pictures are devoted to work and a life of Ukrainian people ("Bread", 1949). She has passed to generalizing images of the nature, differing a subtlety of plastic and color rhythms.

Workshop Board - Updated 01.12.14

Workshop Board - Updated 01.12.14

/\ /\ . Portrait of Countess Eliso Dadiani Savelij Abramovich Sorin

/\ /\ . Portrait of Countess Eliso Dadiani Savelij Abramovich Sorin

"La Donna’, Philip Leslie Hale (1865-1931) via:jeannepompadour

"La Donna’, Philip Leslie Hale (1865-1931) via:jeannepompadour

LONG HAIRED BEAUTY OF OLD JAPAN -- The Transformation of a Geisha from East to West | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

LONG HAIRED BEAUTY OF OLD JAPAN -- The Transformation of a Geisha from East to West | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

tennis court in rain http://www.centroreservas.com/

tennis court in rain http://www.centroreservas.com/

Sir George Clausen (1853-1944) had become increasingly dedicated to the theme of the farm worker as his principal subject since his earliest days in France, where he greatly admired the work of both Bastien-Lepage and Millet. The modernism of Clausen's approach as seen in these works is thrown into stark relief by the farm scenes produced by other members of the late high Victorian school in England.

Sir George Clausen (1853-1944) had become increasingly dedicated to the theme of the farm worker as his principal subject since his earliest days in France, where he greatly admired the work of both Bastien-Lepage and Millet. The modernism of Clausen's approach as seen in these works is thrown into stark relief by the farm scenes produced by other members of the late high Victorian school in England.

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