Ars Longa, Vita Brevis
MY OPINION IS FACT
Ars Longa, Vita Brevis
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design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
design-is-fine:

De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
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justanothermasterpiece:

Fernanda Gomes.
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untrustyou:

Jason Nocito
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justanothermasterpiece:

Bea Mahan.
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justanothermasterpiece:

Cliff Spohn.
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vjeranski:

Ciel à Honfleur, 1952
Nicolas de Staël 
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justanothermasterpiece:

Raoul de Keyser.
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tageszeichnungen:

23.9.2014
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jumblepusher:

Harold Edgerton. “Moving Skip Rope”. 1952. USA.
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brand-new-art:

Mark Rothko
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danielkbrown:

farewell-kingdom: Michael Hirschbichler
THEATRUM ORBIS TERRARUM 2012, Framed prints and objects 304 x 567 x 600 cm
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dappledwithshadow:


The Sphinx and the Chimera
Louis Welden Hawkins, 1906
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melancholyway:

Piotr Stachiewicz (1858-1938)Wrzesień
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Robert Morris, Untitled (Pine Portal with Mirrors), 1961