To release the truth within us, to hold back the night, to transcend… - but does it float
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Grace Hartigan, The Massacre, 1952
From the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art:
Hartigan was part of New York’s Abstract Expressionist movement during the 1950s. Hartigan’s gestural paint strokes are an excellent example of the physical nature of the Abstract Expressionists’ painting style. By the late 1950s she had become well known and was the only woman included in the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition The New American Painting, which traveled to eight European countries.
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A touch of light, a photo from Yazd, East | TrekEarth
nan sheng | 南笙
photo by Max Yavno, 1947
Urbex: Maison Romaine 12
Abandoned house somewhere in Belgium.
More on my deviantart account.
“Rain at Maekawa in Sagami Province”, from the series Selected Views of the Tōkaidō Road
Author: Kawase Hasui (Japanese, 1883-1957)
Medium: Color woodblock print
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Acrylic on Canvas
59 5/8 x 54 1/2 inches
フレームワークという用語を定義する枠組みが必要ですし、メソッドを理解する手法も求められています。またアーキテクチャの構造も大事です。 — 某所より。ネタです。 (via tsukamoto)
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St. Luke Protestant Parish Center, Mannheim-Neckarau, Germany, 1965-66