landscapefocused:

French garden by Vicki Archer. Via French Essence

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis, in snow

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis, in snow

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis (in snow)

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis (in snow)

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis (in snow)

butisitartphoto:

Freedom by Zenos Frudakis (in snow)

dancejunkyrr:

Sunset & statue of Mike Schmidt, by Zenos Frudakis, outside the Third Base gate Citizens Bank Park 

dancejunkyrr:

Sunset & statue of Mike Schmidt, by Zenos Frudakis, outside the Third Base gate Citizens Bank Park 

diegodelavega:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sweetgoddess/3668053318/
Bronze sculpture “Freedom” by Zenos Frudakis. Close up of detail.

diegodelavega:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sweetgoddess/3668053318/

Bronze sculpture “Freedom” by Zenos Frudakis. Close up of detail.

annadoll2001:

‘The Creation of the World Monkey’ (Drawing of costume) - Fernand Leger

annadoll2001:

‘The Creation of the World Monkey’ (Drawing of costume) - Fernand Leger

(via bakelite-clatter)

loftcultural:

Fernand Leger - Reading (1948)

loftcultural:

Fernand Leger - Reading (1948)

fyeshistoryofart:

Woman with a CatFernand Léger1921Oil on canvas 

fyeshistoryofart:

Woman with a Cat
Fernand Léger
1921
Oil on canvas 

bruvu:

La ville - The City
Fernand Léger, 1919
 Oil on canvas. 7 feet 7 inches x 9 feet (231.1 x 298.4 cm)
via A-r-t-history





The clash, overlap, and rapid jumps among the shapes and colors borrow from the cinematic techniques of quickly cutting between scenes, and the inclusiveness of the composition resembles the panoramic sweep of a movie camera. This is not so much a particular city represented as the essence of the urban center as a site of overwhelming simultaneous impressions. John B. Ravenal - Philadelphia Museum of Art





Image: About.com Art History
#city

bruvu:

La ville - The City

Fernand Léger, 1919

 Oil on canvas. 7 feet 7 inches x 9 feet (231.1 x 298.4 cm)

via A-r-t-history

The clash, overlap, and rapid jumps among the shapes and colors borrow from the cinematic techniques of quickly cutting between scenes, and the inclusiveness of the composition resembles the panoramic sweep of a movie camera. This is not so much a particular city represented as the essence of the urban center as a site of overwhelming simultaneous impressions. John B. Ravenal - Philadelphia Museum of Art

Image: About.com Art History

#city