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Jonathan Lurie  art lover 🎨 art creator πŸ“… daily ritual, this week ➑️ #pietmondrian

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"Lozenge Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red, and Gray" 1921 oil on canvas by Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) at the Art Institute of Chicago. @artinstitutechi #dailyritual #pietmondrianweek #mondrian #pietmondrian #lozengecomposition #oiloncanvas #oilpainting #lozengecompositionwithyellowblackblueredandgray

"Scaffold: Study for Tableau III" 1914 charcoal on paper, glued on a homosote panel in 1941 by the Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. @guggenheim_venice #homosoteboard #pietmondrian #mondrian #pietmondrianweek #charcoalonpaper #peggyguggenheimcollection #dailyritual

"Self-Portrait" c. 1900 oil on canvas by Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) at the @phillipscollection in Washington, D.C. #mondrian #pietmondrian #pietmondrianweek #dailyritual #selfportrait #phillipscollection #oilpainting #oiloncanvas

"Orange, Brown" 1963 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum. @diadetroit #rothko #markrothko #oilpainting #oiloncanvas many thanks for the πŸ’—s during #markrothkoweek I can see how much his work resonates today, more than 50 years after he made these paintings. Tomorrow starts a new week of this #dailyritual please stick around!

"Untitled" 1956 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. #oiloncanvas #oilpainting #rothko #markrothko #markrothkoweek #nationalgalleryofart #nga #dailyritual

"Untitled, (Purple, White, and Red)" 1953 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the Art Institute of Chicago. Written near the painting: [The painting] follows the characteristic format of Mark Rothko's mature work, in which stacked rectangles of color appear to float within the boundaries of the canvas. By directory training the canvas with many thin washes of pigment and paying particular attention to the edges where the fields interact, he achieved the effect of light radiating from the image itself. This technique suited Rothko's metaphysical aims: to offer paintings as a doorway into purely spiritual realms, making it as immaterial and evocative as music, and to direcly communicate the most essential, raw forms of human emotion. #dailyritual #rothko #markrothko #markrothkoweek #oiloncanvas #oilpainting #artinstituteofchicago #aic #purplewhiteandred

"Untitled" 1953 mixed media on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. #rothko #markrothko #markrothkoweek #nationalgalleryofart #nga #untitled #mixedmediaoncanvas #dailyritual

"No. 8" 1949 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. @ngadc #oilpainting #oiloncanvas #markrothko #markrothkoweek #rothko #dailyritual #8 #number8 #nationalgalleryofart #nga

"Untitled" 1949 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. @ngadc #dailyritual #rothko #nationalgalleryofart #nga #markrothkoweek #markrothko #oiloncanvas #oilpainting #untitled

"Sacrificial Moment" 1945 oil on canvas by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. @ngadc #markrothko #markrothkoweek #oilpainting #oiloncanvas #sacrificialmoment #nga #nationalgalleryofart #rothko #dailyritual

[Detail] Self Portrait, 1920 oil on canvas by Archibald J. Motley, Jr. (1891 - 1981) at the Art Institute Chicago. Thanks for the many πŸ’œs and πŸ‘s during #handsinartweek so many to choose from 😊 will have to do that again. Staring tomorrow look for a week of Mark Rothko from several different #artmuseums also thanks so much for being a part of this daily ritual. πŸ‘ #archibaldmotley #artinstituteofchicago #selfportrait #oiloncanvas #oilpainting #archibaldmotleyjr

"Detroit Industry (Motion of the Workers)" 1932-33 a 27 panel fresco made by Diego Rivera (1886–1957) at the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum. Written on the DIA website: Rivera was a Marxist who believed that art belonged on public walls rather than in private galleries. He found his medium in the fresco, where paint is applied to wet plaster. Its vast size allowed him to explore grand and complex themes, which would be accessible to a large audience. In Mexico, Rivera's murals tied modern Mexican culture to its indigenous roots, revealing the ancient Indian cultures as Mexico's true heritage. Similarly, Rivera's "Detroit Industry" murals depict industry and technology as the indigenous culture of Detroit. #hands #handsinartweek #handsinart #diegorivera #detroitinstituteofart @diadetroit #fresco #detroitindustry #workersinmotion