arsvitaest:

Robert Spencer, Lime Kiln, 1910, oil on canvas

arsvitaest:

Robert Spencer, Lime Kiln, 1910, oil on canvas

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blastedheath:

Edward Bruce (American, 1879-1943), A Walnut Tree. Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 in.

blastedheath:

Edward Bruce (American, 1879-1943), A Walnut Tree. Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 in.

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lapetitecole:

Siberia. Town of Chelekov. 1972. The main square.
Martine Franck

lapetitecole:

Siberia. Town of Chelekov. 1972. The main square.

Martine Franck

(Source: fuckingfreud)

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blastedheath:

Billy Chidish (English, b. 1959), Man and Woman Leaning on Boom (Oyster Catchers, Thames Estuary 1932), 2012. Oil and charcoal on linen, 183 x 274.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Billy Chidish (English, b. 1959), Man and Woman Leaning on Boom (Oyster Catchers, Thames Estuary 1932), 2012. Oil and charcoal on linen, 183 x 274.5 cm.

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arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Early Spring, 1992, oil on linen

arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Early Spring, 1992, oil on linen

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arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, A Touch of Spring, 2006, oil on linen

arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, A Touch of Spring, 2006, oil on linen

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arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Berkshire Spring, 2005, oil on linen

arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Berkshire Spring, 2005, oil on linen

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arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Pennsylvania New Jersey Border, 1993, oil on linen

arsvitaest:

Scott Kahn, Pennsylvania New Jersey Border, 1993, oil on linen

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themagicfarawayttree:

georgia o’keeffe, 1926

themagicfarawayttree:

georgia o’keeffe, 1926

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shihlun:

Kimiko Suzuki, foreground, and her older brother Hideaki watch their cat play in front of a fan in Hiroshima in 1941.
(Provided by Tsuneaki Suzuki)

shihlun:

Kimiko Suzuki, foreground, and her older brother Hideaki watch their cat play in front of a fan in Hiroshima in 1941.

(Provided by Tsuneaki Suzuki)

(Source: ajw.asahi.com)

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