1. artbma-pdp:

    The wood chopper gets taken to the woodshed…

    Edmond Hédouin (French, 1820‑1889)

    After Jean‑François Millet (French, 1814‑1875)

    Death and the Wood Chopper, c. 1880


    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.2176

  3. artbma-pdp:

    Rajon is one of many French artists for whom Rembrandt reached cult status in the late 19th century.

    Paul Adolphe Rajon (French, 1842‑1888)

    After Jean‑Léon Gérôme (French, 1824‑1904)

    Rembrandt in His Studio, c. 1869


    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.4212

  4. tatecollectives:

    Colouring Book / Rookie x Tate

    A sartorial homage to Henri Matisse, inspired by The Cut-Outs exhibition at Tate Modern, Rookie created this fashion story. More HERE

    Images Rookie, Dress by Antoni and Alison, Styling by Verity Pemberton

    (via brwnpaperbag)

  6. artbma-pdp:

    You know there is a damsel tied to railroad tracks somewhere.

    Stephen James Ferris (American, 1835‑1915)

    After Mariano Fortuny y Carbó (Spanish, 1838‑1874)

    Portrait of a Spaniard, 19th century


    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.1662

  7. Roy Lichtenstein, Artist’s Studio - The Dance, 1974

    (Source: weepieschagall, via brwnpaperbag)

  8. artbma-pdp:

    This artist remains a bit of a mystery. If you can identify him/her, we’d love to hear from you.

    E.J. Biggs (English, dates unknown)

    Ridge Hill, 19th‑20th century


    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Blanche Adler, BMA 1928.30.87

  9. indubio:


    Dora Maar

    Reportage sur l’évolution de «Guernica» / Reportaje sobre la evolución del «Guernica»

    1937 (mayo-junio, París)

    (Source: suaveeslanoche, via yungjesuschrist666)

  10. dionyssos:

    Egon Schiele. : Gustav Klimt In his blue painting smock 1913 .

    (via grimzah)

  12. artbma-pdp:

    Not quite sure whats transpiring here but I don’t think it’s wholesome. The gentleman at far right either has an unfortunate hairline or there might be something fiendish afoot…

    Edmond Hédouin (French, 1820‑1889)

    After Thomas Couture (French, 1815‑1879)

    The Love of Gold, after 1844


    The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.2172

  13. moma:

    The BBC talks to Sarah Suzuki, curator of “The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec.” 

    [Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Jane Avril. 1893.]

  14. momalibrary:

    "I am going to build an empire," writes the subject of one of Jim Goldberg’s stunning annotated portraits, featured in his 1985 book Rich and Poor. 

    Goldberg was interviewed recently on American Public Media’s Marketplace, observing a wider gap between rich and poor today.

    The Library holds many of Goldberg’s socially-oriented photobooks. -jt

  15. blackheartpress:


    Die Sendung mit der Maus - Siebdruck 1976

    A silk screen video from the 70’s

    Hafenzimmer rocking a cool 70s silkscreen video from Germany. A curtain is printed, copious amounts of table glue, sploshy ink sounds and a proper use of a high rise building for display.

    (Source: youtube.com)