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  • 🌺 Frida Kahlo 🌺

1) 55 of her 143 paintings are self-portraits.

2) As a child, Kahlo dreamed of being a doctor.

3) In the October 1937 issue of American Vogue, Kahlo was featured in an article called Senoras of Mexico.

4)Once she arrived at her solo exhibition in an ambulance. 
#fridakahlo#oart
  • 🌺 Frida Kahlo 🌺 1) 55 of her 143 paintings are self-portraits. 2) As a child, Kahlo dreamed of being a doctor. 3) In the October 1937 issue of American Vogue, Kahlo was featured in an article called Senoras of Mexico. 4)Once she arrived at her solo exhibition in an ambulance. #fridakahlo#oart
  • 16 1 1 hour ago
  • Day of the God
painting 🖼 by #paulgauguin

After returning from Tahiti to France in 1893, Gauguin’s poor mental state and physical well-being coupled with his desperate financial problems, significantly obstructed his painting in the coming years.

Gauguin only painted 16 pieces during 1984. Day of the God was one of these.The contrasting hues, flat surfaces and abstract shapes were typical of Gauguin’s style.

Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Paul Gauguin
Dimensions🖼: 68 cm x 92 cm
Period🎨: Post-Impressionism
Created: 1894
Medium: Oil paint

Day of the God is currently on display at the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois.

#masterpiece#postimpressionism#artist#oart
  • Day of the God painting 🖼 by #paulgauguin After returning from Tahiti to France in 1893, Gauguin’s poor mental state and physical well-being coupled with his desperate financial problems, significantly obstructed his painting in the coming years. Gauguin only painted 16 pieces during 1984. Day of the God was one of these.The contrasting hues, flat surfaces and abstract shapes were typical of Gauguin’s style. Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Paul Gauguin Dimensions🖼: 68 cm x 92 cm Period🎨: Post-Impressionism Created: 1894 Medium: Oil paint Day of the God is currently on display at the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois. #masterpiece#postimpressionism#artist#oart
  • 36 3 11 hours ago
  • Nude, Green Leaves and Bust  by Pablo Picasso

The painting was sold at auction for $106.5 million in 2010, making it one of the most expensive works ever sold at auction.
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Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Pablo Picasso
Dimensions🖼: 1.63 m x 1.3 m
Created: March 8, 1932
Medium🎨: Oil paint
Location: Private collection (Currently on long-term loan to Tate Modern)

#pablopicasso#oart
  • Nude, Green Leaves and Bust by Pablo Picasso The painting was sold at auction for $106.5 million in 2010, making it one of the most expensive works ever sold at auction. ————————————————————— Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Pablo Picasso Dimensions🖼: 1.63 m x 1.3 m Created: March 8, 1932 Medium🎨: Oil paint Location: Private collection (Currently on long-term loan to Tate Modern) #pablopicasso#oart
  • 16 1 1 day ago
  • Water Lilies 1906
by Claude Monet 
Location📍: Art Institute of Chicago 
Dimensions 🖼: 89.9 × 94.1 cm ————————————————————————
Twentieth-century art is inconceivable without Claude Monet's paintings of water lilies. They are, in many ways, as important in the history of artistic invention as the Analytic Cubism of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque or the decorative abstraction of Henri Matisse. 
Painted between 1899 and the painter's death in 1926, they are among the greatest "late" works in the history of art. 
Monet moved to his long, rustic farmhouse in Giverny in 1883. In 1890, he acquired more property and devoted himself to creating out of it an ideal garden, as distinct from the real, rural subjects he had painted and continued to paint until 1900. 
The garden was divided into two major parts: the flower garden near the house and, in a swampy field, the water garden created by diverting a tributary of the Epte River. 
The flower garden was arranged in a rectilinear pattern of paths, while the water garden was completely curvilinear, encircling a peanut-shaped pond with a Japanese footbridge at the narrow focal point. 
Monet became less and less concerned with conventional pictorial space in his transcription of the water garden. By 1904, the horizon line of the water landscapes had crept to the very top of the canvas, and, by 1906, there was no horizon line at all. 
For Monet, the subject of the paintings increasingly became the surface of the water. 
At once a mirror of the world above and a window into the world within the pool, Monet's illusionistic surface was in every sense the ultimate pictorial surface.

By 1910, he had transcended the conventional boundaries of easel painting and had begun to create immense decorations that culminated in the series of water lilies commissioned by the French government for two oval galleries in the Orangerie.

Text by DMA

#claudemonet#impressionism#oart
  • Water Lilies 1906 by Claude Monet Location📍: Art Institute of Chicago Dimensions 🖼: 89.9 × 94.1 cm ———————————————————————— Twentieth-century art is inconceivable without Claude Monet's paintings of water lilies. They are, in many ways, as important in the history of artistic invention as the Analytic Cubism of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque or the decorative abstraction of Henri Matisse. Painted between 1899 and the painter's death in 1926, they are among the greatest "late" works in the history of art. Monet moved to his long, rustic farmhouse in Giverny in 1883. In 1890, he acquired more property and devoted himself to creating out of it an ideal garden, as distinct from the real, rural subjects he had painted and continued to paint until 1900. The garden was divided into two major parts: the flower garden near the house and, in a swampy field, the water garden created by diverting a tributary of the Epte River. The flower garden was arranged in a rectilinear pattern of paths, while the water garden was completely curvilinear, encircling a peanut-shaped pond with a Japanese footbridge at the narrow focal point. Monet became less and less concerned with conventional pictorial space in his transcription of the water garden. By 1904, the horizon line of the water landscapes had crept to the very top of the canvas, and, by 1906, there was no horizon line at all. For Monet, the subject of the paintings increasingly became the surface of the water. At once a mirror of the world above and a window into the world within the pool, Monet's illusionistic surface was in every sense the ultimate pictorial surface. By 1910, he had transcended the conventional boundaries of easel painting and had begun to create immense decorations that culminated in the series of water lilies commissioned by the French government for two oval galleries in the Orangerie. Text by DMA #claudemonet#impressionism#oart
  • 22 1 2 days ago
  • The Garden of Love
painted  by Peter Paul Rubens

In the Garden of Love Rubens celebrated his marriage to Helena Fourment, his second wife. Helena, the woman deemed 'the most beautiful in Antwerp', is seen in the painting. 
Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Peter Paul Rubens
Dimensions: 199 cm x 286 cm.
Location📍: Prado Museum in Madrid
Created: between 1630 and 1635
Periods🎨: Baroque

#thegardenoflove#rubens#baroque#oart
  • The Garden of Love painted by Peter Paul Rubens In the Garden of Love Rubens celebrated his marriage to Helena Fourment, his second wife. Helena, the woman deemed 'the most beautiful in Antwerp', is seen in the painting. Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Peter Paul Rubens Dimensions: 199 cm x 286 cm. Location📍: Prado Museum in Madrid Created: between 1630 and 1635 Periods🎨: Baroque #thegardenoflove#rubens#baroque#oart
  • 7 0 2 days ago
  • The Night Watch
painting by Rembrandt

Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Rembrandt
Dimensions: 3.63 m x 4.37 m
Location📍: Rijksmuseum
Created: 1642
Periods🎨: Baroque, Dutch Golden Age

#rembrandt#masterpice#oart
  • The Night Watch painting by Rembrandt Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Rembrandt Dimensions: 3.63 m x 4.37 m Location📍: Rijksmuseum Created: 1642 Periods🎨: Baroque, Dutch Golden Age #rembrandt#masterpice#oart
  • 20 1 2 days ago
  • I’m dedicating this post for all people, who are struggling to love themselves.

script from the movie “Angel- A” .
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- Look in the mirror... What do you see?
- I see...I don't know.
- Good. You're improving.
- You think so?
- Yes. All you used to see was a pile of crap. Now, you don't see anything anymore. It means you've cleaned up the place. Now, we need to fill that empty shell with something. So, take a good look. In front of you... Isn't there anything you like, in this beautiful face?
- Not much, no...
- Look carefully. In your eyes. What do you see?
- Some... some kindness?
- Yes, there is. A lot... What else? Maybe... love?
- Yeah. Lots of love, yes. Too much, maybe.
- If there's too much, you need to get it out. - It's hard to say.
- Do you know why?
- No.
- Because nobody ever told it to you. Right? It's difficult to love yourself, when nobody shows you how.
- Yes.
- I love you, Andre. Here you go. You have received love. Now you can give some away. Go for it.
- I love you, Angela. - Say it again...without my name.
- I love you.
- Good.
- Now, look at yourself in the eyes and say it.
- I can't.
- Of course, you can. Look at your body. Bruised by the lack of love... of trust. Don't you see? It deserves your attention? So, don't reject this wounded body. It has put up with you for so long... and never complained.
Tell him that he's important. That he belongs here. Give him what he deserves.
- I love you... Andre...I love you.
  • I’m dedicating this post for all people, who are struggling to love themselves. script from the movie “Angel- A” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - Look in the mirror... What do you see? - I see...I don't know. - Good. You're improving. - You think so? - Yes. All you used to see was a pile of crap. Now, you don't see anything anymore. It means you've cleaned up the place. Now, we need to fill that empty shell with something. So, take a good look. In front of you... Isn't there anything you like, in this beautiful face? - Not much, no... - Look carefully. In your eyes. What do you see? - Some... some kindness? - Yes, there is. A lot... What else? Maybe... love? - Yeah. Lots of love, yes. Too much, maybe. - If there's too much, you need to get it out. - It's hard to say. - Do you know why? - No. - Because nobody ever told it to you. Right? It's difficult to love yourself, when nobody shows you how. - Yes. - I love you, Andre. Here you go. You have received love. Now you can give some away. Go for it. - I love you, Angela. - Say it again...without my name. - I love you. - Good. - Now, look at yourself in the eyes and say it. - I can't. - Of course, you can. Look at your body. Bruised by the lack of love... of trust. Don't you see? It deserves your attention? So, don't reject this wounded body. It has put up with you for so long... and never complained. Tell him that he's important. That he belongs here. Give him what he deserves. - I love you... Andre...I love you.
  • 18 1 4 days ago
  • Incredible Maggie Smith 
playing Violet Crawley
in British drama series “Downton Abbey”

#tvshow#downtonabbey#oart
  • Incredible Maggie Smith playing Violet Crawley in British drama series “Downton Abbey” #tvshow#downtonabbey#oart
  • 33 2 4 days ago
  • Blue Nude II
by #henrimatisse
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Blue Nude II is the second artwork of the Blue Nudes series of cut-outs by Henri Matisse, completed in 1952.

Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Henri Matisse
Dimensions: 1.16 m x 89 cm
Location📍: The Centre Pompidou
Part of series: Blue Nudes Series🖼
Created: 1952

#masterpiece#frenchartist#oart
  • Blue Nude II by #henrimatisse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Nude II is the second artwork of the Blue Nudes series of cut-outs by Henri Matisse, completed in 1952. Artist👨🏼‍🎨: Henri Matisse Dimensions: 1.16 m x 89 cm Location📍: The Centre Pompidou Part of series: Blue Nudes Series🖼 Created: 1952 #masterpiece#frenchartist#oart
  • 20 1 5 days ago
  • Almond Blossoms
painting by Vincent Van Gogh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Almond Blossoms is from a group of several paintings made in 1888 and 1890 by Vincent van Gogh in Arles and Saint-Rémy, southern France of blossoming almond trees. 
Flowering trees were special to van Gogh. They represented awakening and hope.

Artist 👨🏼‍🎨: Vincent van Gogh
Dimensions🖼: 74 cm x 92 cm
Location📍: Van Gogh Museum
Created: 1890
Medium🎨: Oil paint
Periods: Modern art, Post-Impressionism

#art#masterpiece#vincentvangogh#oart
  • Almond Blossoms painting by Vincent Van Gogh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Almond Blossoms is from a group of several paintings made in 1888 and 1890 by Vincent van Gogh in Arles and Saint-Rémy, southern France of blossoming almond trees. Flowering trees were special to van Gogh. They represented awakening and hope. Artist 👨🏼‍🎨: Vincent van Gogh Dimensions🖼: 74 cm x 92 cm Location📍: Van Gogh Museum Created: 1890 Medium🎨: Oil paint Periods: Modern art, Post-Impressionism #art#masterpiece#vincentvangogh#oart
  • 32 1 5 days ago
  • No matter how fast you run it would still destroy you. And you will feel it. You will feel it inside your bones. And your mind will no longer exist. It will be still happening to you all over and over again. Until you decide to cure yourself. 
I have no idea where is it all coming from, but I don't want it to stop. I don't want to be numb again. I will no longer remain in silence, created by me a long time ago. I finally have a voice and I will not hide it. Not from myself, not from anybody else in this stupid universe. 
Movie🎬: Whiplash
2014 ‧ Drama/Drama ‧ 1h 47m
Director🎥: Damien Chazelle
#oart
  • No matter how fast you run it would still destroy you. And you will feel it. You will feel it inside your bones. And your mind will no longer exist. It will be still happening to you all over and over again. Until you decide to cure yourself. I have no idea where is it all coming from, but I don't want it to stop. I don't want to be numb again. I will no longer remain in silence, created by me a long time ago. I finally have a voice and I will not hide it. Not from myself, not from anybody else in this stupid universe. Movie🎬: Whiplash 2014 ‧ Drama/Drama ‧ 1h 47m Director🎥: Damien Chazelle #oart
  • 18 1 6 days ago
  • The only person standing in your way is you.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “Black Swan”

2010 ‧ Drama/Mystery ‧1h 48m
8/10 IMDb
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Director🎥: Darren Aronofsky
Box office💸: 329.4 million USD
Awards🎗: Academy Award for Best Actress
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A committed dancer wins the lead role in a production of Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" only to find herself struggling to maintain her sanity.
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Cast:
Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel, and others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
#natalieportman#vincentcassel#movie#cinema#darrenaronofsky #academyawards#oart
  • The only person standing in your way is you. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “Black Swan” 2010 ‧ Drama/Mystery ‧1h 48m 8/10 IMDb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director🎥: Darren Aronofsky Box office💸: 329.4 million USD Awards🎗: Academy Award for Best Actress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A committed dancer wins the lead role in a production of Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" only to find herself struggling to maintain her sanity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cast: Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel, and others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #natalieportman#vincentcassel#movie#cinema#darrenaronofsky #academyawards#oart
  • 32 1 6 days ago
  • “The Lovers”
by René Magritte
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Artist:👨🏼‍🎨 René Magritte
Dimensions:🖼 54 cm x 73 cm
Created: 1928
Period:🎨 Surrealism
Medium: Oil paint

René Magritte was a Belgian artist known for his surrealist paintings. He challenged his viewers’ perception of reality by placing everyday objects in unusual contexts
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#renemagritte#surealism#masterpiece#oart
  • “The Lovers” by René Magritte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Artist:👨🏼‍🎨 René Magritte Dimensions:🖼 54 cm x 73 cm Created: 1928 Period:🎨 Surrealism Medium: Oil paint René Magritte was a Belgian artist known for his surrealist paintings. He challenged his viewers’ perception of reality by placing everyday objects in unusual contexts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #renemagritte#surealism#masterpiece#oart
  • 28 3 6 days ago
  • Painted 🎨 by @andreysamarin
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#oart
  • Painted 🎨 by @andreysamarin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❤️❤️❤️ #oart
  • 20 2 1 week ago