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2 hours ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

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At my old place of work I cut out the face of this and taped it over my own on my work security badge.  It was in place for at least 18 months. 

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3 hours ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

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I can't see that painting without seeing this one in my minds eye

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46 minutes ago, torbrexbones said:

I can't see that painting without seeing this one in my minds eye

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I’ll PayPal 50p to the first person that can somehow photoshop this onto Goatse. 

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1 hour ago, torbrexbones said:

I can't see that painting without seeing this one in my minds eye

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Or this one.

One of the best Christmas cards ever sent to me.

 

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Fucking hell, this thread certainly reminds you that the Deathlist users are overwhelmingly a little bit middle class doesn't it?

 

What next, favourite opera singer? Favourite west end drama? 

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10 hours ago, gcreptile said:

Two painters have always stood out for me, Claude Monet with his waterlilies and Wassily Kandinsky:

 

Claude Monet Japanese Bridge Original | Claude Monet - Japanese ...

 

Wassily Kandinsky - 193 Artworks, Bio & Shows on Artsy

 

 

I love Kandinsky as well. I also like Chagal, Klimt, and maybe a bit predictably I like the pre- Raphaelites. 

 

I don't know  whether it's because I have a long face, but I've always been rather fond of Modigliani's work.

 

 

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I'll just leave this link here

http://firstknownwhenlost.blogspot.com

 

It's a blog, so there are some musings, but there are also masses of wonderful paintings, usually unknown to me.

Poems too. 

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Anything by the great impressionists really - Monet, Cezanne, Yarwood....
 
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On 24/07/2020 at 17:11, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

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In these angst-ridden emoji/meme-driven times, has this perhaps usurped Mona as the most famous painting(s) in the world? It' might have cheered old Edvard up as he reached for the port bottle.

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On 23/07/2020 at 22:24, Lard Bazaar said:

Predictable, perhaps. 

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Grant Wood’s American Gothic is one of my favourites as well, and one of a few very famous paintings that I love which are housed at the Chicago Art Museum (a great visit).
I am including the others herein:

Nighthawks (Edward Hopper, as I see @Toast started this thread with another of his);

Paris Street; Rainy Day (Gustave Caillibotte);

and my personal favourite - A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (Georges Seurat).  The sheer size of this work - coupled with it being pointillism - is awe inspiring.
SirC

 

 

 

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I've always liked Vermeer

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5 minutes ago, time said:

I've always liked Vermeer

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Love a bit of Cold War Steve :D

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