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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:

 

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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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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.
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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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I thought I would revive this topic and confess that I have recently reverted to a secret vice ..... jigsaw puzzles.

Currently doing a version of this painting, a lovely scene of Victorian Londoners having some wintry fun.

Sadly the reproduction is overexposed, so the buildings in the background are barely visible, which means doing the sky is going to be a bastard.

 

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A Winter’s Day in St James's Park by John Ritchie

 

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And here's one I did earlier ... the colours are astonishing.

 

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Not sure who the artist is, it's been attributed to either Pieter Schoubroeck or Marten Ryckaert .  Some Flemish dude anyway.

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