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  • No filters or other foolishness. Just natural light, a solid skincare routine, pescatarianism, a dash of hot yoga, and a whole lot of peace. (PS - I have dropped my first 7 lbs. ... now we just got 50-11 more to go). 💋
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  • Have you seen my latest making of KEITH on YouTube yet?
  • Have you seen my latest making of KEITH on YouTube yet?
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  • Work in progress🎨🎨🎨 Is the abstract a means to an end, or the end itself?  Tell me your philosophy.  This is the question I always ask myself.  Is the reality the abstraction or the realism?  Is being caught in the middle of the two symbolic of our existence?  Thinking deeply today🤔
  • Work in progress🎨🎨🎨 Is the abstract a means to an end, or the end itself? Tell me your philosophy. This is the question I always ask myself. Is the reality the abstraction or the realism? Is being caught in the middle of the two symbolic of our existence? Thinking deeply today🤔
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  • [ (Happy) Easter 2019 ] ⁣⠀
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Galerie Ron Mandos wishes you all a very happy Easter. May these days brings you and your families joy and happiness in abundance.⁣⠀
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⁣Featured Artwork: ⁣⠀
Sebastiaan Bremer⁣⠀
Narcissus Poetaz Scarlet Gem, 2015⁣⠀
Hand painted on antique book page⁣⠀
12,8 x 17,8 cm⁣⠀
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#Easter#2019⁣#SebastiaanBremer#Instagram#Gallery#Amsterdam#Festive#Art#Igers#NewYork⁣⠀
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  • [ (Happy) Easter 2019 ] ⁣⠀
    •⁣⠀
    Galerie Ron Mandos wishes you all a very happy Easter. May these days brings you and your families joy and happiness in abundance.⁣⠀
    •⁣⠀
    ⁣Featured Artwork: ⁣⠀
    Sebastiaan Bremer⁣⠀
    Narcissus Poetaz Scarlet Gem, 2015⁣⠀
    Hand painted on antique book page⁣⠀
    12,8 x 17,8 cm⁣⠀
    ⁣⠀
    #Easter #2019#SebastiaanBremer #Instagram #Gallery #Amsterdam #Festive #Art #Igers #NewYork ⁣⠀
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  • Endless by Maria Biederbeck, Oil on Canvas 40 x 40
  • Endless by Maria Biederbeck, Oil on Canvas 40 x 40
  • 1 1 1 minute ago
  • PART 3/8__ANNA MAGNANI (40×40 cm)
Painting: stones & recycled materials on wood. 
#artcall #artcurator #artgallery #artstag #portrait #instagram #artstagram #artdesires #arts #figurativeart #artlovers #artecontemporanea #gallery #famousart #instart #artword #artpiece #callforart #artshow #contemporarycurator #contemporarypainter #contemporarypainting #caricature #artcollector #collectionist #artmoderne #galleries #gallerie #instagood 
Anna Magnani (7 March 1908 – 26 September 1973) was an Italian stage and film actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress, along with four other international awards, for her portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo.
Born in Rome,she worked her way through Rome's Academy of Dramatic Art by singing at night clubs. During her career, her only child was stricken by polio when he was 18 months old and remained crippled.
She was referred to as "La Lupa," the "perennial toast of Rome" and a "living she-wolf symbol" of the cinema. Time magazine described her personality as "fiery", and drama critic Harold Clurman said her acting was "volcanic". In the realm of Italian cinema she was "passionate, fearless, and exciting," an actress that film historian Barry Monush calls "the volcanic earth mother of all Italian cinema."
Director Roberto Rossellini called her "the greatest acting genius since Eleonora Duse".
Playwright Tennessee Williamsbecame an admirer of her acting and wrote The Rose Tattoo specifically for her to star in, a role for which she received an Oscar in 1955.
After meeting director Goffredo Alessandrinishe received her first screen role in La cieca di Sorrento (The Blind Woman of Sorrento) (1934) and later achieved international fame in Rossellini's Rome, Open City (1945), considered the first significant movie to launch the Italian neorealism movement in cinema.
As an actress she became recognized for her dynamic and forceful portrayals of "earthy lower-class women"in such films as L'Amore (1948), Bellissima(1951), The Rose Tattoo (1955), The Fugitive Kind (1960) and Mamma Roma (1962). As early as 1950 Life magazine had already stated that Magnani was "one of the most impressive actresses since Garbo".
  • PART 3/8__ANNA MAGNANI (40×40 cm)
    Painting: stones & recycled materials on wood.
    #artcall #artcurator #artgallery #artstag #portrait #instagram #artstagram #artdesires #arts #figurativeart #artlovers #artecontemporanea #gallery #famousart #instart #artword #artpiece #callforart #artshow #contemporarycurator #contemporarypainter #contemporarypainting #caricature #artcollector #collectionist #artmoderne #galleries #gallerie #instagood
    Anna Magnani (7 March 1908 – 26 September 1973) was an Italian stage and film actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress, along with four other international awards, for her portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo.
    Born in Rome,she worked her way through Rome's Academy of Dramatic Art by singing at night clubs. During her career, her only child was stricken by polio when he was 18 months old and remained crippled.
    She was referred to as "La Lupa," the "perennial toast of Rome" and a "living she-wolf symbol" of the cinema. Time magazine described her personality as "fiery", and drama critic Harold Clurman said her acting was "volcanic". In the realm of Italian cinema she was "passionate, fearless, and exciting," an actress that film historian Barry Monush calls "the volcanic earth mother of all Italian cinema."
    Director Roberto Rossellini called her "the greatest acting genius since Eleonora Duse".
    Playwright Tennessee Williamsbecame an admirer of her acting and wrote The Rose Tattoo specifically for her to star in, a role for which she received an Oscar in 1955.
    After meeting director Goffredo Alessandrinishe received her first screen role in La cieca di Sorrento (The Blind Woman of Sorrento) (1934) and later achieved international fame in Rossellini's Rome, Open City (1945), considered the first significant movie to launch the Italian neorealism movement in cinema.
    As an actress she became recognized for her dynamic and forceful portrayals of "earthy lower-class women"in such films as L'Amore (1948), Bellissima(1951), The Rose Tattoo (1955), The Fugitive Kind (1960) and Mamma Roma (1962). As early as 1950 Life magazine had already stated that Magnani was "one of the most impressive actresses since Garbo".
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  • 내가 진짜 좋아하는 팔.. ✨ 발색마저 완벽행
  • 내가 진짜 좋아하는 팔.. ✨ 발색마저 완벽행
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  • "Raffaello Sanzio"
Scuola di Atene ( carboncino )
Disegnato a carboncino e biacca, il cartone preparatorio per La Scuola di Atene affrescata da Raffaello nelle Stanze Vaticane nel 1510 su commissione di papa Giulio II. È lungo 804 centimetri ed è alto 285 centimetri. L’opera rappresenta il consesso di antichi filosofi (Platone, Aristotele, Pitagora, Socrate, Epicureo) intenti a dialogare tra loro e rappresenta la facoltà dell’anima di conoscere il vero attraverso la scienza e la filosofia. Rispetto al dipinto, nel cartone mancano l’architettura di fondo e la figura di Eraclito, aggiunta a lavori quasi conclusi usando le sembianze di Michelangelo (seduto in primo piano col gomito appoggiato a un blocco di marmo). Un omaggio al grande rivale del quale aveva ammirato la Cappella Sistina. Quattro anni sono stati necessari per restituire al suo aspetto originario il più ampio cartone preparatorio del mondo. 
Creata da Raffaello per il capolavoro della Stanza della Segnatura nei Palazzi Apostolici (oggi incluso nel percorso di visita ai Musei Vaticani) l’opera è l’unico esempio di cartone rinascimentale che ci sia giunto nella sua interezza e contiene preziose informazioni sul metodo di lavoro di uno dei più grandi maestri dell’arte di sempre. Carboncino e olio furono le materie prime impiegate dall’Urbinate per realizzare l’immenso pannello della Scuola di Atene, che misura 285x804 centimetri e mostra i filosofi dell’antichità intenti a discutere all’interno di un maestoso edificio classico. Se al centro troneggiano le figure di Platone e Aristotele, nei pensatori disposti intorno a loro gli studiosi hanno rintracciato le sembianze degli artisti contemporanei di Raffaello: da Donato Bramante (Euclide o Archimede) all’autoritratto dell’autore, in un’orgogliosa affermazione della dignità intellettuale dell’artista moderno. Manca ancora, invece, il rivale Michelangelo, che nella versione finale appare nei panni di un ombroso Eraclito.
#pinacotecaambrosiana #artmuseum #artist #photographyart #artwork #gallery #milan #photographie #photographs #culture #photography #photographe #photograph  #photographers #photographer #musei #photo #photos #fotografia #foto #instaart
  • "Raffaello Sanzio"
    Scuola di Atene ( carboncino )
    Disegnato a carboncino e biacca, il cartone preparatorio per La Scuola di Atene affrescata da Raffaello nelle Stanze Vaticane nel 1510 su commissione di papa Giulio II. È lungo 804 centimetri ed è alto 285 centimetri. L’opera rappresenta il consesso di antichi filosofi (Platone, Aristotele, Pitagora, Socrate, Epicureo) intenti a dialogare tra loro e rappresenta la facoltà dell’anima di conoscere il vero attraverso la scienza e la filosofia. Rispetto al dipinto, nel cartone mancano l’architettura di fondo e la figura di Eraclito, aggiunta a lavori quasi conclusi usando le sembianze di Michelangelo (seduto in primo piano col gomito appoggiato a un blocco di marmo). Un omaggio al grande rivale del quale aveva ammirato la Cappella Sistina. Quattro anni sono stati necessari per restituire al suo aspetto originario il più ampio cartone preparatorio del mondo. 
    Creata da Raffaello per il capolavoro della Stanza della Segnatura nei Palazzi Apostolici (oggi incluso nel percorso di visita ai Musei Vaticani) l’opera è l’unico esempio di cartone rinascimentale che ci sia giunto nella sua interezza e contiene preziose informazioni sul metodo di lavoro di uno dei più grandi maestri dell’arte di sempre. Carboncino e olio furono le materie prime impiegate dall’Urbinate per realizzare l’immenso pannello della Scuola di Atene, che misura 285x804 centimetri e mostra i filosofi dell’antichità intenti a discutere all’interno di un maestoso edificio classico. Se al centro troneggiano le figure di Platone e Aristotele, nei pensatori disposti intorno a loro gli studiosi hanno rintracciato le sembianze degli artisti contemporanei di Raffaello: da Donato Bramante (Euclide o Archimede) all’autoritratto dell’autore, in un’orgogliosa affermazione della dignità intellettuale dell’artista moderno. Manca ancora, invece, il rivale Michelangelo, che nella versione finale appare nei panni di un ombroso Eraclito.
    #pinacotecaambrosiana #artmuseum #artist #photographyart #artwork #gallery #milan #photographie #photographs #culture #photography #photographe #photograph #photographers #photographer #musei #photo #photos #fotografia #foto #instaart
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  • Eureka! by Pichiavo. Centre Cultural del Carme.
  • Eureka! by Pichiavo. Centre Cultural del Carme.
  • 2 1 7 minutes ago
  • "Happy Eastern Animating"
  • "Happy Eastern Animating"
  • 10 2 26 minutes ago
  • ...Contemporary art in Frankfurt, Germany.
  • ...Contemporary art in Frankfurt, Germany.
  • 40 2 19 April, 2019
  • "Good Times"
  • "Good Times"
  • 336 16 6 April, 2019
  • "Yes"

20cm X 20cm (19.7" X 19.7")
Ink, Acrylic Paint & Marker On Paper,
Germany 2019, 
Hu Sh. N.
  • "Yes"

    20cm X 20cm (19.7" X 19.7")
    Ink, Acrylic Paint & Marker On Paper,
    Germany 2019,
    Hu Sh. N.
  • 561 26 31 March, 2019