Posted: July 13, 2014 Filed under: Art, Painting/Drawing | Tags: 1937, 30s, Bengal School of Art, India, Nandalal Bose, New Clouds, Santiniketan, trees, women
New Clouds. Nandalal Bose. 1937.
Posted: June 25, 2014 Filed under: Art, Photography | Tags: 1966, 60's, Bihar, India, Monsoon, Raghubir Singh, rain, women
Monsoon Women, Bihar, India. Raghubir Singh. 1966.
Posted: April 18, 2014 Filed under: Art, Painting/Drawing | Tags: 1892, 19th century, Arearea, colours, dog, expressionism, French, Gauguin, joyousness, Paul Gauguin, red dog, Tahiti, tree, warm, women
Arearea (Joyousness). Paul Gauguin. 1892.
Posted: April 10, 2014 Filed under: Art, Painting/Drawing | Tags: 19th century, April, bright, fauvism, flowers, girls, light, Maurice Denis, picking, Symbolist, white, women, yellow
April. Maurice Denis. 1892.
Posted: March 10, 2014 Filed under: Art, Painting/Drawing, Photography | Tags: 20th century, art history, Beguiling of Merlin, Burne-Jones, Chris Marker, classic, French, ingres, La Gioconda, Leonardo da Vinci, metro, Mona Lisa, Paris, passengers, people, subway, travel, women
Passengers: A Subway Quartet. Chris Marker. 2008-2010.
In this series of photographs Chris Marker captures the passengers of Paris Metro at their most banal, illuminating the beauty and poetry of our everyday lives. In this sub-series, A Subway Quartet, Marker insets a famous classical painting which mirrors the expression and/or pose of his character.
Posted: February 21, 2014 Filed under: Art, Fashion, Photography, Sculpture | Tags: Africa, anthropoligical, b&w, black and white, hair, hairstyle, J.D. Okhai Ojeikere, Nigeria, ojeikere, sculptural, shapes, style, Venice Biennale, women
These stunning photographs are from the Hairstyle Series by the late Nigerian phototagrapher J.D. Okhai Ojeikere :
Posted: February 5, 2014 Filed under: Art, Photography | Tags: 1937, 30s, anniversary, Barbara Morgan, blog, celebrate, dancers, girls, hands, jump, Martha Graham, one year, toes, women
Celebrating one year of Imponderabilia!
Martha Graham, Celebration. Barbara Morgan. 1937