Portrait of Gertha Felsovanyi (1902) – Gustav Klimt
Women’s Half-portrait with Straw Hat (1898) – Lovis Corinth
i’ve decided to start doing a daily painting post. i don’t think it warrants an explanation, it’s just that i like paintings a lot.
beautifully illustrated valentines cards by canadian design company vanguard works, under their paperie label pigeon post. based on the theme of undying love. inspired by myths, folklores & ancient stories from around the world.
another fantastic flickr discovery, anja mulder lives in the netherlands and is a freelance photographer & illustrator.
i discovered this rad little gem hidden in the depths of a bookcase at my parent’s house (as you do). it was printed in paarl in 1959. the entire thing is illustrated by roman waher, who i unfortunately can’t find any more information on (sometimes the internet doesn’t have all the answers, who knew?). after a bit of digging around all i could i could find out was that he contributed to a number of other africana books.
milenko stevanovic is an art student from belgrade, whose main interests are landscape & figurative painting – he enjoys working directly from life. i love the bright colours and thick brush strokes.
i don’t want to be a party pooper but i’ve always been kind of *shrugs soulders* about valentines day. that being said, if i was planning on sending something to someone, it would be one of these cute cards from rifle paper co and perhaps a bunch of hydrangeas. oh wait, that’s what i would want someone to send to me (hint).
a series of works painted outside on site at the lowe’s parking lot by shane neufeld
via art hound