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"PEACE" 
FLOWER POWER✌️🌸🌼🌺
イラスト、デザイン。おとう作。
Dad's illustration and design .

 #サイケデリック 
 #ポップアート #ピース
 #イラストレーション
 #イラスト #デザイン
 #ドローイング #アート 
 #グラフィックデザイン
 #ミックス犬 #パグチワ 
 #チワパグ #パグ #チワワ
 #犬 #犬のいる暮らし
 #psychedelicart #popart
 #mutt #mixedbreeddog 
 #pugchihuahua #pug 
 #chihuahua #doglover
 #ilovemydog #mixdog
 #mixdoglover #60sart
 #peace

2018-11-17 20:08   50 4

 

"PEACE" FLOWER POWER✌️🌸🌼🌺 イラスト、デザイン。おとう作。 Dad's illustration and design . #サイケデリック #ポップアート #ピース #イラストレーション #イラスト #デザイン #ドローイング #アート #グラフィックデザイン #ミックス犬 #パグチワ #チワパグ #パグ #チワワ # #犬のいる暮らし #psychedelicart #popart #mutt #mixedbreeddog #pugchihuahua #pug #chihuahua #doglover #ilovemydog #mixdog #mixdoglover #60sart #peace

Song of the day: 'I Believe In Magic' by Nirvana (album: The Story Of Simon Simopath, 1967).

2018-11-16 19:14   67 1

 

Song of the day: 'I Believe In Magic' by Nirvana (album: The Story Of Simon Simopath, 1967).

Playing with reflection.

2018-11-16 16:58   690 4

 

Playing with reflection.

George Harrison and Eric Idle, the BEST monobrow mates. (Would anyone be interested in me making a pack of George and Eric stickers for my Etsy shop?) -
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{ #georgeharrison #georgeharrisonart #thebeatles #thebeatlesart #thebeatlesfanart #beatles #beatlesfanart #beatlesart #montypython #montypythonsflyingcircus #montypythonart #montypythonfanart #ericidle #thepythons #thepiratesong #60s #70s #70sart #60sart #comedy #britcom #illustration #artistsoninstagram #classicrock #classicrockfandom #rockart }

2018-11-15 20:52   217 6

 

George Harrison and Eric Idle, the BEST monobrow mates. (Would anyone be interested in me making a pack of George and Eric stickers for my Etsy shop) - - { #georgeharrison #georgeharrisonart #thebeatles #thebeatlesart #thebeatlesfanart #beatles #beatlesfanart #beatlesart #montypython #montypythonsflyingcircus #montypythonart #montypythonfanart #ericidle #thepythons #thepiratesong #60s #70s #70sart #60sart #comedy #britcom #illustration #artistsoninstagram #classicrock #classicrockfandom #rockart }

Ronald Bladen - Flying Fortress, 1974-1978

2018-11-15 19:16   97 2

 

Ronald Bladen - Flying Fortress, 1974-1978

Unknown Artist

2018-11-15 14:05   7 1

 

Unknown Artist

Naughty scene in black ink by Maggie Ponce💋💋
Of course, Instagram would cut the feet off the picture.

 #maggieponceart #maggieponce #dolebabies #retroart #pinup #oldschool #wildcherry #mymommielovesme #goodolddays #wewhowait #60sart #60slady #girlpower #silentfilmactress #pinupart #silentfilmart #20s #pinupstyle #pin_up_girl #bowielicious #pinupqueen #generationpinup #vintagedrawing #inkoctober2018 #inknovember2018 #oldfrenchpostcardsdrawings #oldfrenchpostcards #naughtywife #naughtydrawing

2018-11-14 21:00   22 1

 
Revisiting some imagery from Joshua Tree.

2018-11-14 19:11   674 2

 

Revisiting some imagery from Joshua Tree.

Love these finds from today
🤩🤩🤩

2018-11-13 23:19   53 13

 

Love these finds from today 🤩🤩🤩

Road trips in T

2018-11-13 17:04   939 12

 

Road trips in T

The first edition of Perspective “Witness to a Golden Age” launches in one of the historical sites highlighted in Beirut's art scene from 1955-1975.
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Located on Hussein Beyhum Street in the area of Zokak el-Blat, Ecole Palandjian (currently CIS) hosted a cultural center called Association Culturelle Hamaskaine that had programs in art, film, music, dance, publications, while hosting conferences, tours, galas, parties and other activities.
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Curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, Perspective #1 focuses on numerous cultural figures and art spaces while unearthing the historiography of a number of artworks hailing roughly from the 1960’s. An unprecedented amount of archival materials from their research will be featured on a website in the form of a searchable map and interactive timeline.
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Join us for the launch on Tuesday November 20, 2018 at 8pm
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 #GoldenAge #60sBeirut #ZokakElBlat #BeirutArtScene #60sArt #Artspace #EcolePalandjian

2018-11-13 14:50   62 1

 

The first edition of Perspective “Witness to a Golden Age” launches in one of the historical sites highlighted in Beirut's art scene from 1955-1975. . Located on Hussein Beyhum Street in the area of Zokak el-Blat, Ecole Palandjian (currently CIS) hosted a cultural center called Association Culturelle Hamaskaine that had programs in art, film, music, dance, publications, while hosting conferences, tours, galas, parties and other activities. . Curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, Perspective #1 focuses on numerous cultural figures and art spaces while unearthing the historiography of a number of artworks hailing roughly from the 1960’s. An unprecedented amount of archival materials from their research will be featured on a website in the form of a searchable map and interactive timeline. . Join us for the launch on Tuesday November 20, 2018 at 8pm . #GoldenAge #60sBeirut #ZokakElBlat #BeirutArtScene #60sArt #Artspace #EcolePalandjian

2018-11-12 22:40   16 3

 
My copy of The Beatles’ “White Album” and poster, designed by Richard Hamilton, on display at the “This Was Tomorrow: Pop Art in Great Britain” exhibition at @ kunstmuseumwolfsburg back in 2016.
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On a related note I’m absolutely loving delving into the five hours plus of remastered tracks, Esher Demos, different takes, studio jams and otherwise unreleased material making up the 50th anniversary “White Album Super Deluxe” edition.
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 #1960s #1968 #london #beatles #whitealbum #richardhamilton #swingingsixties #thefabfour #paulmccartney #johnlennon #georgeharrison #ringostarr #photography #sixtiesart #60sart #pop #art #backintheussr #dearprudence #glassonion #yerblues #helterskelter #heyjude #whilemyguitargentlyweeps #revolution9 #blackbird #yokoono #kunstmuseumwolfsburg #thiswastomorrow

2018-11-12 18:11   62 5

 

My copy of The Beatles’ “White Album” and poster, designed by Richard Hamilton, on display at the “This Was Tomorrow: Pop Art in Great Britain” exhibition at @ kunstmuseumwolfsburg back in 2016. . On a related note I’m absolutely loving delving into the five hours plus of remastered tracks, Esher Demos, different takes, studio jams and otherwise unreleased material making up the 50th anniversary “White Album Super Deluxe” edition. . #1960s #1968 #london #beatles #whitealbum #richardhamilton #swingingsixties #thefabfour #paulmccartney #johnlennon #georgeharrison #ringostarr #photography #sixtiesart #60sart #pop #art #backintheussr #dearprudence #glassonion #yerblues #helterskelter #heyjude #whilemyguitargentlyweeps #revolution9 #blackbird #yokoono #kunstmuseumwolfsburg #thiswastomorrow

Pretty Amedeo Modigliani block mounted Athena print 💙 According to Wayne Hemingway’s bible, ‘Just Above The Mantlepiece: mass-market masterpieces’, block mounted art was an Athena innovation. Athena was the first dedicated retailer of mass produced art prints. They opened their doors on 4th July, 1964

2018-11-11 11:17   71 7

 

Pretty Amedeo Modigliani block mounted Athena print 💙 According to Wayne Hemingway’s bible, ‘Just Above The Mantlepiece: mass-market masterpieces’, block mounted art was an Athena innovation. Athena was the first dedicated retailer of mass produced art prints. They opened their doors on 4th July, 1964

This beauty is hanging at @mizegallery for the next few weeks. It’s for sale if you want to bring this baby home 🌸 🌵

2018-11-10 18:48   280 2

 

This beauty is hanging at @mizegallery for the next few weeks. It’s for sale if you want to bring this baby home 🌸 🌵

“I thought that with the stones, the light would flow better – that it would create more the effect of movement”- Lucio Fontana
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This image is one of Ugo Mulas’s iconic portraits of Lucio Fontana taken in the mid 1960s and published in Mulas’s book “La Fotografia” in 1973. The subject of the series is Fontana at work in his studio. There are portraits of Fontana stabbing the canvas to produce buchi, slicing with a penknife to make tagli, and as in this photograph, Fontana scattering “pietre” (fragments of coloured glass) onto canvas. Fontana used in his “La Pietre - Stones” series (1951-1956) and later returned to in a group of Concetto Spaziale works where he was inspired by the light and theatricality of Venice (1961). Mulas’s portraits of Fontana are powerful and intense. He uses dramatic chiaroscuro to enhance the theatre of Fontna’s slash, stab or throw. Shrouded in darkness, the spectator becomes a voyeur watching Fontana undertake an intimate, private action.
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The portraits however are deceptive. In spite of the appearance of authenticity we are not being shown Fontana in the process of working on a canvas but rather him performing the role of artist. Fontana had refused Mulas’s request to take photographs of him at work.
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”I could not make these large cuts with someone moving around me. […] I need to focus a lot. I mean, I don’t just walk in, take my jacket off, and tac!, make three or four slashes” - Lucio Fontana
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They compromised; Fontana agreed to be pictured with blank canvas or works he had already produced and would hold the knife as if in a moment of live action.
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Pictured: Ugo Mulas, Lucio Fontana Dropping Pietre, (1966, Photograph)
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 #LucioFontana #UgoMulas #LaFotographia #Photograph #Pietre #Light #Venice #Glass #Stones #PortraitsofArtists #ItalianArtists #Spatialism #ConcettoSpaziale #60sArt #PostWarArt #ModernArt #BlackandWhite #Abstract #Canvas #FontanaExhibition #Hand

2018-11-09 17:03   64 2

 

“I thought that with the stones, the light would flow better – that it would create more the effect of movement”- Lucio Fontana . This image is one of Ugo Mulas’s iconic portraits of Lucio Fontana taken in the mid 1960s and published in Mulas’s book “La Fotografia” in 1973. The subject of the series is Fontana at work in his studio. There are portraits of Fontana stabbing the canvas to produce buchi, slicing with a penknife to make tagli, and as in this photograph, Fontana scattering “pietre” (fragments of coloured glass) onto canvas. Fontana used in his “La Pietre - Stones” series (1951-1956) and later returned to in a group of Concetto Spaziale works where he was inspired by the light and theatricality of Venice (1961). Mulas’s portraits of Fontana are powerful and intense. He uses dramatic chiaroscuro to enhance the theatre of Fontna’s slash, stab or throw. Shrouded in darkness, the spectator becomes a voyeur watching Fontana undertake an intimate, private action. . The portraits however are deceptive. In spite of the appearance of authenticity we are not being shown Fontana in the process of working on a canvas but rather him performing the role of artist. Fontana had refused Mulas’s request to take photographs of him at work. . ”I could not make these large cuts with someone moving around me. […] I need to focus a lot. I mean, I don’t just walk in, take my jacket off, and tac!, make three or four slashes” - Lucio Fontana . They compromised; Fontana agreed to be pictured with blank canvas or works he had already produced and would hold the knife as if in a moment of live action. . Pictured: Ugo Mulas, Lucio Fontana Dropping Pietre, (1966, Photograph) . #LucioFontana #UgoMulas #LaFotographia #Photograph #Pietre #Light #Venice #Glass #Stones #PortraitsofArtists #ItalianArtists #Spatialism #ConcettoSpaziale #60sArt #PostWarArt #ModernArt #BlackandWhite #Abstract #Canvas #FontanaExhibition #Hand

Road trips.

2018-11-09 14:07   295 2

 

Road trips.

When Painting Becomes Music: The Composer’s Inspiration. Kenneth Fuchs inspired by Helen Frankenthaler. Discussion at Foundation.

2018-11-08 15:42   136 3

 

When Painting Becomes Music: The Composer’s Inspiration. Kenneth Fuchs inspired by Helen Frankenthaler. Discussion at Foundation.

Jean Cocteau mural in extraordinary Notre Dame church of Leicester Sq. @jeancocteau__ #60sart

2018-11-08 06:24   27 7

 

Jean Cocteau mural in extraordinary Notre Dame church of Leicester Sq. @jeancocteau__ #60sart

"Critics have asked me what I did with the anquish in my life. My answer is that I leave it at home where it belongs, since it has nothing to do with my painting." Fernando Zóbel de Ayala Montojo
(Filippino/Spanish, 1924-1984) 
Espejo (Mirror), 1963 
Brunk Auctions| November 17 | lot 1395
AT THE NEW YORK CITY PREVIEW November 8-9

Fernando Zóbel was born in the Philippines to prominent Spanish parents. His upbringing was difficult as he struggled with health issues that often left him in bed. He passed the time by reading voraciously and drawing. A brilliant businessman, artist and advocate for modern art in both Spain and the Philippines, he was greatly influenced by Mark Rothko and studied Chinese and Japanese calligraphy. He studied in the United States, both at Harvard and the Rhode Island School of Design as well as under the Chinese master Ch'en Bing Sun. In his double identity, he has established himself as one of the most important Filipino abstract artists. 
This work, painted at perhaps the height of his career, marks a transition away from the Serie Negra to the two series, Dialogos and to the Serie Blanca. 
 #filipinoart
 #modernfilipino
 #rothkopainting
 #nonobjectiveart
 #chineseinfluence
 #modernartauction
 #blackandwhiteinagrayworld #blackandwhite_art #midcenturymoderndesign 
 #60sart 
 #brunkauctions

2018-11-07 19:39   28 2

 

"Critics have asked me what I did with the anquish in my life. My answer is that I leave it at home where it belongs, since it has nothing to do with my painting." Fernando Zóbel de Ayala Montojo (Filippino/Spanish, 1924-1984) Espejo (Mirror), 1963 Brunk Auctions| November 17 | lot 1395 AT THE NEW YORK CITY PREVIEW November 8-9 Fernando Zóbel was born in the Philippines to prominent Spanish parents. His upbringing was difficult as he struggled with health issues that often left him in bed. He passed the time by reading voraciously and drawing. A brilliant businessman, artist and advocate for modern art in both Spain and the Philippines, he was greatly influenced by Mark Rothko and studied Chinese and Japanese calligraphy. He studied in the United States, both at Harvard and the Rhode Island School of Design as well as under the Chinese master Ch'en Bing Sun. In his double identity, he has established himself as one of the most important Filipino abstract artists. This work, painted at perhaps the height of his career, marks a transition away from the Serie Negra to the two series, Dialogos and to the Serie Blanca. #filipinoart #modernfilipino #rothkopainting #nonobjectiveart #chineseinfluence #modernartauction #blackandwhiteinagrayworld #blackandwhite_art #midcenturymoderndesign #60sart #brunkauctions

2018-07-12 00:37   14 1

 
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