Muse-ing
The inspiration board for Sargent and Queen. Art by McKenzie Eckels. Please visit the Etsy, and Facebook page to see what comes from the board.
Muse-ing
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asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
asylum-art:

Max Gasparini 
Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | Saatchi 
Max Gasparini was born in Rovato (Brescia), Italy, in 1970. He currently lives in Bergamo Province. Self-taught, he has been paining since he was really young without the urge to show his work. 
Max Gasparini’s artworks
His studies of Classic Painting are reflected in his intimate subjects: portraits, still lives, landscapes realized with oil colours and egg based watercolours on wood. In 2007 he “meets” the packing cardboard which frees him from the use of the easel and from the orthodox techniques. Max discovers the big brushes, the action freedom, the colour smearing and several other techniques, sometimes by chance, getting to the paradox of realizing his paintings with the paint remover. The female face as a whole, representation of the Universe (from Plato) and intended as a figuration of the Mother Earth is the subject of his work of the last 2 years. White paintins disappear, replaced by old rusty metal, yute, used sacks. No more word unknow, but a backward glance, using materials inspired by those who have already benefited.
 
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themagicfarawayttree:

moth
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asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
asylum-art:

The work of Chelsey Curtin
on Behance
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asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
asylum-art:

Marie-Josée Roy 
Mixed media on aluminum
Engraving Electric: Jérôme Prieur Artist
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deadlyart:

Hussein Chalayan
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chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
chadwys:

Assorted work by Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb)
Opus 2 (Arrangement In Skintones), digital chromogenic print, 2012
Castrophia, paint on laser print, 2012
The Girl With Stars In Her Eyes, paint on found ceramic bust, 2014
Garage Sale Painting Of Peasants With Color Bars, paint on found painting and frame, 2011
Portrait Of A Woman With Deletions, paint on found print, 2010
Nocturne 109, digital chromogenic print, 2011
Thrift Store Landscape With A Color Test, paint on found canvas and frame, 2009
A Grecian Bust With Color Tests, paint on found stone sculpture, 2013
Brutalized Gainsborough 2, paint on laser print, 2009
Hymn 32, digital chromogenic print, 2013
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asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
asylum-art:

"Nimbus" by Florian Mueller
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owls-love-tea:

calliopebridge
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detailsofpaintings:

Jean-Bernard Duvivier, Portrait of Madame Tallien (detail)
1806
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history-of-fashion:

1824 Eduard Friedrich Leybold - Potrait of a young elegant lady, three-quarter length, in a red dress with an embroidered shawl, standing in a landscape
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elizabitchtaylor:

Isabella Rossellini at the Cannes Film Festival, 1990.
elizabitchtaylor:

Isabella Rossellini at the Cannes Film Festival, 1990.