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The inventors of cubism, good friends Pablo Picasso & Georges Braque

Braque was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor. His most important contributions to the history of art were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1906, and the role he played in the development of Cubism. Braque’s work between 1908 and 1912 is closely associated with that of his colleague Pablo Picasso. Their respective Cubist works were indistinguishable for many years, yet the quiet nature of Braque was partially eclipsed by the fame and notoriety of Picasso.

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Trying to achieve that starving artist look.... Any tips? Lol #abs come back!!! #art #artist #hornyforart

Licking a path trough her dust... 👅 #hornyforart #pencildrawing #art #sundayfunday

You can't touch me, I'm in another universe ...😎🎈 #hornyforart #miami #art

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Mastermind.

The inventors of cubism, good friends Pablo Picasso & Georges Braque

Braque was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor. His most important contributions to the history of art were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1906, and the role he played in the development of Cubism. Braque’s work between 1908 and 1912 is closely associated with that of his colleague Pablo Picasso. Their respective Cubist works were indistinguishable for many years, yet the quiet nature of Braque was partially eclipsed by the fame and notoriety of Picasso.

#arthistory #pablopicasso #georgesbraque #artst #picasso #braque #cubism #hornyforart #contemporaryart #modernart #fineart #artcollector #artdealer #artlover #sothebys #lacma #moma #museum #artmuseum #MMoA #themodernmuseumofart #themodernmuseum

The Forgotten Bohemian Queen of the Paris Art World: Leonor Fini (1907-1996)

Bohemian “It Girl” of Paris, master of surrealist disguise and generally a badass female libertine, Leonor Fini was one of the most photographed people of the 20th century. And yet barely anyone I ask knows her name, even here in Paris, where she once ruled the bohemian Parisian art world, considered one of the few women to break into the French male-dominated surrealist movement.

Pictured on the left her Paris studio in 1952, the glamorous Argentinian-born painter moved to the city of light in 1932 and quickly began running in the same circle as Salvador Dali, Max Ernst (one of her many lovers), Picasso and Henri Cartier-Bresson, commanding the attention of any social scene she entered with her imposing beauty, vivacious character and flamboyant style.

She had never had any artistic training and as a teenager, spent months at a time with her eyes bandaged shut after developing an ocular ailment. When the bandages were removed however, she had a deep urge to begin creatively expressing the inward visions she had experienced during her blindness, which led to her career as an artist painting women in positions of power and celebrating female sexuality. Never a slave to convention, she also produced the first erotic male nude ever painted by a woman, in 1942, pictured on the right.

The art world was charmed by Fini and her unapologetic eroticism and began exhibiting her work alongside great surrealist names.
Fini’s eccentric “It Girl” image was often more familiar than her art, and she was more talked about posthumously for her eccentric lifestyle, open sexuality and infamous menage-a-trois relationships.

Until her death in 1996 she lived in her Parisian apartment with her two lovers and beloved seventeen Persian cats, who shared her bed and, at mealtimes, were allowed to roam the dining-table selecting tasty morsels (the cats, that is). The Art Dealers Association of America called her “…the most undervalued artist of the 20th Century”. [ excerpt from messynessychic.com ]

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Coloring my senses cherry red with moonlight sonata 🕸

Mad Genius.
Artist Jackson Pollock dribbling sand on painting while working in his studio - Photo by Martha Holmes

Deemed the “greatest painter alive” during his lifetime, Jackson Pollock was an American painter who was a major artist abstract expressionist art in the 20th century. Pollock was expelled from two high schools during his formative years, the second one being Los Angeles Manual Arts School, where he was encouraged to pursue his interest in art. In 1930, he moved to New York to study art, and secured a job under the WPA Federal Art Project, a New Deal project, which allowed him to earn a living from his painting.
As he was gaining professional and social success, Pollock fought the addiction of alcoholism and recurring bouts of depression. Two of his brothers suggested Jungian psychotherapy, with Dr. Joseph Henderson, who encouraged Pollock in his artistic endeavors as part of his therapy. Although the psychotherapy did not cure his drinking, it did expose him to Jungian concepts, which he expressed in his paintings at the time. In 1945, Pollock moved with his wife and American painter Lee Krasner to Springs, New York, where he would remain the rest of his life. In the barn behind the house, which he converted to his studio, Pollock developed a new and completely novel technique of painting using what he called his “drip” technique. Using hardened brushes, sticks, and turkey basters, and household enamel paints, Pollock squirted, splashed, and dripped his paint onto canvas rolled out over his studio floor. In 1956, Time magazine gave Pollock the name “Jack the Dripper,” referencing his unique style of action painting.
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Let's Boogie.

Andy Warhol in his studio with Dance Diagram [Fox Trot: “The Double Twinkle-Man”], 1962.
Andy Warhol’s first one-man show was held in New York at the Stable Gallery on November 6, 1962. This is where he first debuted Dance Diagram.[4] It was presented in a series featuring six additional Dance Diagrams with the source material taken from the Dance Guild’s 1956 book Fox Trot Made Easy[5]. Warhol’s process then included projecting an image, tracing it, and painting over the graphite lines in black casein. While looking through these photos, I was surprised to find that the series was originally installed on the floor of the gallery. The seven paintings took up a substantial part of the space as they were large canvases measuring 71.5 in. x 51.75 in.[6] The diagrams were dotted around the room, so the attendees had to weave through the paintings to navigate the gallery, which made the works difficult to ignore. To me, it seemed a conscious curatorial decision by Warhol to have this unusual painting display to play-up the Dance Diagram series. Although traced from a source image, this display blurred the line of what the original source was and presented the series as participatory. [ excerpt from Warhol.org ]

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A day full of Art❣️Final products, framed and ready to go. My brain hurts from the creativity juices flowing all afternoon🤤Slide over to check out the close ups of each piece. If you are interested in any of them please feel free to comment or DM me💌 Thank you for looking😘 #ArtArtArt #ADArt #MoneyArtist #OneLove #MoneyShot #ShareYourWork #DreamChaser #EscapeTheOrdinary #Money #HornyForArt #MixedMedia #SprayPaint #CandleWax #AcrylicPaint #PLUR #Namaste

I'm over the moon.. still can't wrap my mind around this amazing local artist wanting to art swap🌙💙✨I hope you love your piece as much as I love mine🤤 If you haven't checked out @erk_ross work yet, it is a must! #CloudNine #SupportYourLocalArtist #Dallas #OneLove #Perfection #LoveThisPiece #HornyForArt #ArtArtArt #Blessed #PLUR #DreamChasers #Namaste

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