Robert Ganzo, Lespugue: poème, illustrated by Ossip Zadkine. Paris; Sautier, 1966. First edition of 200 copies, 25 of which on Japanese paper. This is number 92, one of the 125 copies on handcrafted Grand Papier d’Auvergne from the paper mill of Richard de Bas, signed by the author and the artist. The typeface is Ile-de-France. More at the Koopman Collection.
Thinking of getting this as a tattoo!
From Rouffignac Cave (cave of the hundred mammoths) with 13,000 year old cave paintings.
This is the copper etching of the original.
Rembrandt Bugatti (Italian, 1884-1916), Panthère marchant, c.1904. Bronze, 21 x 53 x 12 cm.
Rembrandt Bugatti, 2014
Pergamon Museum, Berlin
Alexander de Moscoso, ADC/RB, 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x11in.
Who’s a good boy? You’re a good boy!
Who devours the flesh of mortals? You devour the flesh of mortals!
Poseable “Cerberus in a Can” now available in our Etsy shop.
good product, good design and packaging, great photos, A+++
Tempera on canvas, 349 x 305 cm
Museo del Duomo, Ferrara
Mikhail Vrubel, Six Winged Seraph (after Pushkin’s poem, Prophet) 1905
As a giant, standing tall
In a shadow close the blackness
As your breed, we are bound to fall
But our light will scare the darkness
Trois crayons, or three-colored chalk, was a technique Watteau may have learned by studying drawings by Peter Paul Rubens.
Made to study the movement of this woman’s costume, Watteau kept hundreds of drawings together as a reference for any composition. The central figure appears in Embarkation for Cythera at the Louvre.
Fashion Fridays explores art, history, and costume inspired by the exhibition Rococo to Revolution #NowOnView
Studies of Three Women, about 1716-1717, Jean-Antoine Watteau. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder - The Fall of the Rebel Angels, detail. 1562