Annabel Lee

collection of things that I find interesting or pleasing for reasons of my own. enjoy love.



Backward
blastedheath:

Anton Storch (Austrian, 1892-1979), Weite Meereslandschaft [Open sea], 1934. Oil on canvas, 61.5 x 81 cm.
pussylesqueer:

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magictransistor:

Hannah Höch, Hungarian Rhapsody, 1940.
artmastered:

Isabella Watling, Gina and Cristiano, 2014, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
This was my personal favourite from this year’s BP Portrait Awards. I love everything about it: the figure’s tall, dark form; his outstretched hand; that gorgeous white dog; the glint from the gentleman’s earring; and his slightly tense, yet accepting, expression. Anything that alludes to the work of the Old Masters is going to be good in my eyes! You can’t look at this painting and not think of Van Dyck or Gainsborough or Reynolds.
red-lipstick:

Tim Schreder
untrustyou:

3cm 
art-centric:

Jean Metzinger - Woman with Bun, Seated
70years:

1:2 by maykel lima on Flickr.
untrustyou:

Simona Paleari
catonhottinroof:

Stepan Fedorovich Kolesnikov (1879-1955)   Plowing