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southparkdigital:

“No it’s MY damn garden and I’m sick of you kids dressin’ up and having talks of betrayal in it!”

southparkdigital:

“No it’s MY damn garden and I’m sick of you kids dressin’ up and having talks of betrayal in it!”

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fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi
Ink on diary page, entry dated March 1981

fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi

Ink on diary page, entry dated March 1981

nybg:

tangledwing:

"Studies of Peonies", about 1472 - 1473. Martin Schongauer.  According to the folks who keep track of such things, this picture is one of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life

I love when you see a piece of art that is over 500 years old, and you don’t even need to hesitate before saying, “What a lovely peony!” This botanical study is making the Tumblr rounds again (it’s a perennial favorite, heh). It is a beautiful work held by the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, and the Getty does call it one of the earliest botanical prints known. This little work was originally done as a study for a larger work, called the The Madonna of the Rose Garden. Apparently during the Middle Ages it was common to paint the Virgin Mary within or near an enclosed garden as a metaphor for the Immaculate Conception. Amazing what you can learn just in researching a pretty little painting! ~AR

nybg:

tangledwing:

"Studies of Peonies", about 1472 - 1473. Martin Schongauer.  According to the folks who keep track of such things, this picture is one of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life

I love when you see a piece of art that is over 500 years old, and you don’t even need to hesitate before saying, “What a lovely peony!” This botanical study is making the Tumblr rounds again (it’s a perennial favorite, heh). It is a beautiful work held by the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, and the Getty does call it one of the earliest botanical prints known. This little work was originally done as a study for a larger work, called the The Madonna of the Rose Garden. Apparently during the Middle Ages it was common to paint the Virgin Mary within or near an enclosed garden as a metaphor for the Immaculate Conception. Amazing what you can learn just in researching a pretty little painting! ~AR

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fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi
Untitled (1980s)
Black & White Photograph

fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi

Untitled (1980s)

Black & White Photograph

southparkdigital:

“No it’s MY damn garden and I’m sick of you kids dressin’ up and having talks of betrayal in it!”

southparkdigital:

“No it’s MY damn garden and I’m sick of you kids dressin’ up and having talks of betrayal in it!”

(via comedycentral)

fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi
Ink on diary page, entry dated March 1981

fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi

Ink on diary page, entry dated March 1981

nybg:

tangledwing:

"Studies of Peonies", about 1472 - 1473. Martin Schongauer.  According to the folks who keep track of such things, this picture is one of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life

I love when you see a piece of art that is over 500 years old, and you don’t even need to hesitate before saying, “What a lovely peony!” This botanical study is making the Tumblr rounds again (it’s a perennial favorite, heh). It is a beautiful work held by the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, and the Getty does call it one of the earliest botanical prints known. This little work was originally done as a study for a larger work, called the The Madonna of the Rose Garden. Apparently during the Middle Ages it was common to paint the Virgin Mary within or near an enclosed garden as a metaphor for the Immaculate Conception. Amazing what you can learn just in researching a pretty little painting! ~AR

nybg:

tangledwing:

"Studies of Peonies", about 1472 - 1473. Martin Schongauer.  According to the folks who keep track of such things, this picture is one of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life

I love when you see a piece of art that is over 500 years old, and you don’t even need to hesitate before saying, “What a lovely peony!” This botanical study is making the Tumblr rounds again (it’s a perennial favorite, heh). It is a beautiful work held by the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, and the Getty does call it one of the earliest botanical prints known. This little work was originally done as a study for a larger work, called the The Madonna of the Rose Garden. Apparently during the Middle Ages it was common to paint the Virgin Mary within or near an enclosed garden as a metaphor for the Immaculate Conception. Amazing what you can learn just in researching a pretty little painting! ~AR

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Brad Carlile

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Brad Carlile

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fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi
Untitled (1980s)
Black & White Photograph

fyeahwomenartists:

Nasreen Mohamedi

Untitled (1980s)

Black & White Photograph

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