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  • o.art_ - Oart @o.art_ 2 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
  • 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
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  • o.art_ - Oart @o.art_ 4 days ago
  • Sometimes we all feel broken
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#fridakahlo “The Broken Column”

Artist: 👩🏽‍🎨Frida Kahlo
Location:📍 Museo Dolores Olmedo, Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico
Dimensions: 🖼39.8 cm × 30.6 cm
Created: 1944
Medium: Masonite
Periods:🎨 Surrealism, Magical Realism, Modern art, Naïve art
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Mexican artist Frida Kahlo painted “The Broken Column” in 1944 shortly after she had had spinal surgery to correct on-going problems which had resulted from a serious traffic accident when the painter was eighteen years old
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#frida#art#masterpiece#mexicanart#oart Sometimes we all feel broken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #fridakahlo “The Broken Column” Artist: 👩🏽‍🎨Frida Kahlo Location:📍 Museo Dolores Olmedo, Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico Dimensions: 🖼39.8 cm × 30.6 cm Created: 1944 Medium: Masonite Periods:🎨 Surrealism, Magical Realism, Modern art, Naïve art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mexican artist Frida Kahlo painted “The Broken Column” in 1944 shortly after she had had spinal surgery to correct on-going problems which had resulted from a serious traffic accident when the painter was eighteen years old . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #frida#art#masterpiece#mexicanart#oart
  • Sometimes we all feel broken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #fridakahlo “The Broken Column” Artist: 👩🏽‍🎨Frida Kahlo Location:📍 Museo Dolores Olmedo, Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico Dimensions: 🖼39.8 cm × 30.6 cm Created: 1944 Medium: Masonite Periods:🎨 Surrealism, Magical Realism, Modern art, Naïve art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mexican artist Frida Kahlo painted “The Broken Column” in 1944 shortly after she had had spinal surgery to correct on-going problems which had resulted from a serious traffic accident when the painter was eighteen years old . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #frida#art#masterpiece#mexicanart#oart
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  • o.art_ - Oart @o.art_ 2 weeks ago
  • Cloud Study by @michelefarrier 💙
“I SEEK TO CELEBRATE OBSERVATION - STRIVING TO PORTRAY THAT TIME DOES NOT ELUDE US, BUT CAN EMBRACE US.  I AM DRAWN TO THE TENSION OF STRONG SHAPES OF LIGHT AND SHADOW TO EMPHASIZE A MOMENT IN TIME THAT IS ALWAYS WORTH RECOGNIZING AND SAVORING.  SOMETIMES WE ALL NEED A REMINDER.”
- Michele Farrier 
#art#painting#oart Cloud Study by @michelefarrier 💙 “I SEEK TO CELEBRATE OBSERVATION - STRIVING TO PORTRAY THAT TIME DOES NOT ELUDE US, BUT CAN EMBRACE US. I AM DRAWN TO THE TENSION OF STRONG SHAPES OF LIGHT AND SHADOW TO EMPHASIZE A MOMENT IN TIME THAT IS ALWAYS WORTH RECOGNIZING AND SAVORING. SOMETIMES WE ALL NEED A REMINDER.” - Michele Farrier #art#painting#oart
  • Cloud Study by @michelefarrier 💙 “I SEEK TO CELEBRATE OBSERVATION - STRIVING TO PORTRAY THAT TIME DOES NOT ELUDE US, BUT CAN EMBRACE US. I AM DRAWN TO THE TENSION OF STRONG SHAPES OF LIGHT AND SHADOW TO EMPHASIZE A MOMENT IN TIME THAT IS ALWAYS WORTH RECOGNIZING AND SAVORING. SOMETIMES WE ALL NEED A REMINDER.” - Michele Farrier #art#painting#oart
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  • o.art_ - Oart @o.art_ 1 month ago
  • #oart
What is art?
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Maybe this is a picture, or maybe this is a sculpture, or it’s the literature? How to stop guessing and finally try to understand what it is? After all, there are too many things that we call and consider to be as a part of art and it’s really hard nowadays not to get confused in all of it.
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Someone finds art in history. Another in reading books. The third is in viewing exhibition paintings, in music, in films, in traveling, in religion, so it can be continued endlessly.
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In fact, art is such a. a broad concept that it simply does not have a specific definition, but this is where its charm lies. Art is first and foremost a method of expression that literally has no boundaries. This is a huge space for ideas and their implementation. And how nice it is to realize that there is still something in the world without restrictions, without prejudice, without convictions, where you can feel the freedom of thought and the power of its implementation. Because of all this, we can know ourselves. And … is it not true that people always try to understand themselves, to understand what they like, what they don’t like, what they love, and what they hate? Everything, in any way, led to human emotions. And sooner or later they will ask outside.
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Throughout history, we can track then analyze, then try to understand the emotions and experiences of other people. We can find ourselves or, on the contrary, lose in the whirlwind of events that have occurred, we can forget and fall into the abyss of thoughts or run away from reality, we can find peace and harmony, we can inspire ourselves and discover something new. All this we can do just because of art. Do not understand it or look for a definition. You just need to discover that art is an opportunity, an endless opportunity for everyone, to do what you always wanted. #oart What is art? * Maybe this is a picture, or maybe this is a sculpture, or it’s the literature? How to stop guessing and finally try to understand what it is? After all, there are too many things that we call and consider to be as a part of art and it’s really hard nowadays not to get confused in all of it. * Someone finds art in history. Another in reading books. The third is in viewing exhibition paintings, in music, in films, in traveling, in religion, so it can be continued endlessly. * In fact, art is such a. a broad concept that it simply does not have a specific definition, but this is where its charm lies. Art is first and foremost a method of expression that literally has no boundaries. This is a huge space for ideas and their implementation. And how nice it is to realize that there is still something in the world without restrictions, without prejudice, without convictions, where you can feel the freedom of thought and the power of its implementation. Because of all this, we can know ourselves. And … is it not true that people always try to understand themselves, to understand what they like, what they don’t like, what they love, and what they hate? Everything, in any way, led to human emotions. And sooner or later they will ask outside. * Throughout history, we can track then analyze, then try to understand the emotions and experiences of other people. We can find ourselves or, on the contrary, lose in the whirlwind of events that have occurred, we can forget and fall into the abyss of thoughts or run away from reality, we can find peace and harmony, we can inspire ourselves and discover something new. All this we can do just because of art. Do not understand it or look for a definition. You just need to discover that art is an opportunity, an endless opportunity for everyone, to do what you always wanted.
  • #oart What is art? * Maybe this is a picture, or maybe this is a sculpture, or it’s the literature? How to stop guessing and finally try to understand what it is? After all, there are too many things that we call and consider to be as a part of art and it’s really hard nowadays not to get confused in all of it. * Someone finds art in history. Another in reading books. The third is in viewing exhibition paintings, in music, in films, in traveling, in religion, so it can be continued endlessly. * In fact, art is such a. a broad concept that it simply does not have a specific definition, but this is where its charm lies. Art is first and foremost a method of expression that literally has no boundaries. This is a huge space for ideas and their implementation. And how nice it is to realize that there is still something in the world without restrictions, without prejudice, without convictions, where you can feel the freedom of thought and the power of its implementation. Because of all this, we can know ourselves. And … is it not true that people always try to understand themselves, to understand what they like, what they don’t like, what they love, and what they hate? Everything, in any way, led to human emotions. And sooner or later they will ask outside. * Throughout history, we can track then analyze, then try to understand the emotions and experiences of other people. We can find ourselves or, on the contrary, lose in the whirlwind of events that have occurred, we can forget and fall into the abyss of thoughts or run away from reality, we can find peace and harmony, we can inspire ourselves and discover something new. All this we can do just because of art. Do not understand it or look for a definition. You just need to discover that art is an opportunity, an endless opportunity for everyone, to do what you always wanted.
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