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Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890), Still Life, 1888. Barnes Foundation Philadelphia, PA.

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890), Still Life, 1888. Barnes Foundation Philadelphia, PA.

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blastedheath:

Gabriele Münter (German, 1877-1962), Blumenbild vor blauschwarzem Grund [Flowers on a blue-black background], c.1935-40. Oil on cardboard, 45 x 33 cm.

blastedheath:

Gabriele Münter (German, 1877-1962), Blumenbild vor blauschwarzem Grund [Flowers on a blue-black background], c.1935-40. Oil on cardboard, 45 x 33 cm.

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endlessquestion:

Naum Gabo - Red Kinetic Painting, 1943
“Color affects the bounds of the shape in which it is enclosed and changes the form of surrounding space; it modulates distances, retards or accelerates the rhythm of our visual perception… Color is the flesh of our visual perception of the world, not its skin” 

endlessquestion:

Naum Gabo - Red Kinetic Painting, 1943

“Color affects the bounds of the shape in which it is enclosed and changes the form of surrounding space; it modulates distances, retards or accelerates the rhythm of our visual perception… Color is the flesh of our visual perception of the world, not its skin” 

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blastedheath:

Gustave Van de Woestyne (Belgian, 1881-1947), Eternel reflet, 1911. Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

blastedheath:

Gustave Van de Woestyne (Belgian, 1881-1947), Eternel reflet, 1911. Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

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