1. Don Quixote. Illustration by Gustave Doré

    (Source: the-master-pieces, via yungjesuschrist666)

     
  2. installator:

    "Selecting works for an exhibition of Morris Louis’s paintings at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, from left to right: Marcella Louis Brenner, Abner Brenner, Kenworth Moffett, Lewis Cabot, Reno Molignoni, and James Lebron." (morrislouis.org)

     
  3. artbma-pdp:

    This little ditty goes out to our sister institution the Maryland Institute College of Art. The campus has grown a bit since this image.

    Unknown Artist (American)

    After Julius Kohn (American, active 1850s)

    Published by John Marsh

    Printed by L.N. Rosenthal Lithography

    Maryland Institute Schottisch, 1854

    Color crayon lithograph with hand coloring

    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Arthur J. Gutman, Baltimore, BMA 2000.119

     
  4. studiomuseum:

    We are thrilled to announce an exciting new collaboration with the New York-based handbag designer MZ Wallace! MZ Wallace has partnered with artist Glenn Ligon on a limited run of the brand’s iconic Metro Tote. Each tote is printed with Ligons’s Untitled (I Am Somebody), and all proceeds from the sale of the tote will benefit The Studio Museum in Harlem’s art education programs. Learn more here.

    The tote is priced at $225 and will be available in the Museum Store in November 2014, but a limited number are available, so pre-order yours now!

     
  5. biblipeacay:

    APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME—DUFY, RAOUL — LE BOEUF. BOIS ORIGINAL GRAVÉ POUR LE BESTIAIRE OU CORTÈGE D’ORPHÉE DE GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE. (30 X 21 CM). PARIS, DEPLANCHE, 1911, SOUS CHEMISE DEMI-MAROQUIN NOIR MODERNE. LOT SOLD. 4,000 EUR 

     
  6. warmerabend:

    Melih Dönmezer, check him out!

     
  7. dellpesce:

    Yoonmi Nam

    Japanese waterbased woodcut, mokuhanga. Pretty amazing stuff.

    (via dellpesce)

     
  8. printclubboston:

    Uta Barth.

    No Title, 1997

    Lithograph on paper.

    (Source: tate.org.uk)

     
  9. magictransistor:

    Gaspar Schott. Physica Curiosa, Mirabilia Naturæ et Artis. 1662.

    (via yungjesuschrist666)

     
  10. artbma-pdp:

    I have a feeling this plate was in and out of the acid as many times as the boat was in and out of the water!

    Adolphe Hervier (French, 1817‑1879)

    Fishing Boats, c. 1870

    Etching

    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.2183

     
  11. northmagneticpole:

    Blue and white, 1951-Ellsworth Kelly

    (Source: exercicesdestyles, via dellpesce)

     
  12. deathandmysticism:

    Hans Burgkmair the Elder, Detail from the Triumphal March of 1517, commissioned by Emperor Maximilian I

    (via yungjesuschrist666)

     
  13. moma:

    Four sisters. 40 portraits over 40 years. Read the New York Times story and see Nicholas Nixon’s photo series of the Brown sisters at MoMA this fall.

    [Nicholas Nixon. The Brown Sisters, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1989. Gelatin silver print. 7 11/16 x 9 5/8” (19.6 x 24.5 cm) The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Family of Man Fund © 2014 Nicholas Nixon]

     
  14. “I believe life is nothing if you’re not obsessed. I only think terrible thoughts, I do not live them. Thank God I am not my films. If audiences can laugh at my twisted ideas, what’s the great harm? I had a goal in life — I wanted to make the trashiest motion pictures in cinema history. Thanks so much for allowing me to get away with it.” - John Waters

    (Source: mrsalabamaworley, via grimzah)

     
  15. transistoradio:

    Arcadia Olenska-Petryshyn (1934-1996), Grasscape (c.1979), colour lithograph, 44.1 x 61 cm. Via annexgalleries.com.

    (via dellpesce)