darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ruth Duckworth
Untitled
1998
In 1968 Ruth Duckworth began making “wall sculptures”-monumental murals that underscore the artist’s mastery of her medium. Combining geometric and organic forms, she reduces the subdivided planes to the most elemental abstractions. With its circles and subtly curved forms, this relief suggests the female body. Duckworth, however, sees the inherent sensuality as stemming from a more universal connection to nature, biology, and the cosmos.
catmota:

Toros  (1950)
Stéphane Janssen

Alexander Tovborg, Sacra Conversazione (Adam finds Eve), 2012
pixography:

Leo & Diane Dillon ~ “The Island under the Earth” (cover art, 1969)
bluepueblo:

Skylight, Brussels, Belgium
photo via martijn
23silence:

Albert Aublet French (1851 - 1938) Selene
vasilyt:

Brett Whiteley
Self-portrait in a mirror. 1976
2dcipango:

Erika Yamashiro
centuria:

it’s not Memphis
transistoradio:

Francis Bacon, Study for Three Heads (1962), oil on canvas, three panels. Via Ananas à Miami.
vuls:

from Gaston Chaissac: Poète rustique et peintre moderne by Benoît Decron, Didier Semin, and Guy Tosatto, Actes Sud, 2009
alongtimealone:


andre derain

Lady Campbell as Niboe from the “Goddesses” Series
Madame Yevonde, 1935