artspotting:

der Mengenlehre-Kasten aus meiner Kindheit - was für eine Verheißung - immer noch - auf was?  * the set theory-box of my childhood

kyanderson:

Josh Jefferson

See more of his work here…http://duskeditions.com/josh-jefferson

(via cryrabbitcry)

Eric Watier

(Source: ericwatiercetaitmieuxavant)

maihudson:

Lars Englund, Volume, 1964-67

 ” Lars Englund creates intricate meetings between the actual work and the surrounding space in which the relation between work and the space is as important as the work itself. A subtle interplay between the inner and outer spatiality arises. The sculptures have such an inherent power that, despite their delicate appearance they fill every void. With no clear beginning or definite end Englund’s sculptures defines and shapes the surrounding room. “

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blastedheath:

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887-1986), Alligator Pears, 1923. Oil on board, 9 7/8 x 13 3⁄4 in. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

(via alongtimealone)

ancientpeoples:

Silver plate with a ram 

On this silver plate there is a ram shown, standing on top of a mountain. He is eating a plant and is wearing a necklace or jewellery of some kind. The details are mecury-gilded. 21.2cm in diameter (8 3/8 inch). 

Iranian, Persian

400 AD 

Source: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 

verylargebuildings:

Mimbres pottery, 1200 AD

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paintedout:

Mark Rothko

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loverofbeauty:

Constantin Brâncuși:  Sculpture for the Blind (Beginning of the World), 1916.

(Source: maihudson)

larrymarotta:

Jiro Yoshihara, Untitled

Jiro Yoshihara

(Source: theyvcreation)

Jiro Yoshihara

(Source: boiteauxtresors)

loverofbeauty:

Jiro Yoshihara,   Work (1965)

(Source: gutaigroup)

loverofbeauty:

Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) Tête et nu debout

(Source: colin-vian)

vjeranski:

Donald Sultan