Artemis Dreaming

Oct 19

Kairouan III, 1914, Westphalian State Museum for Art 
August Macke 

Artemis: Color fix.

Kairouan III, 1914, Westphalian State Museum for Art 

August Macke 


Artemis: Color fix.


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Seiltänzerin (Tightrope Walker), 1913, Museum für Neue Kunst
August Macke

Seiltänzerin (Tightrope Walker), 1913, Museum für Neue Kunst

August Macke


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Promenade, 1913, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus  
August Macke

Promenade, 1913, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus  

August Macke


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Four Girls, 1912-13,  Museum Kunstpalast
August Macke

Four Girls, 1912-13,  Museum Kunstpalast

August Macke


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Oct 18


In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.

~Deepak Chopra (image: artsoulyogaspace.com)


In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.


~Deepak Chopra (image: artsoulyogaspace.com)


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Flying Flower 
Hervé Vallée   HERE

Flying Flower

Hervé Vallée   HERE


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Birds
Hervé Vallée HERE

Birds

Hervé Vallée HERE


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La fenêtre éclatée 
Hervé Vallée  HERE

La fenêtre éclatée 

Hervé Vallée  HERE


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Oct 17

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By the Oslofjord (Japanese lantern), 1886
Oda Krohg (1860-1935, Norwegian)

From Wiki:  ”Oda Krohg, née Othilia Pauline Christine Lasson (11 June 1860 – 19 October 1935) was a Norwegian painter, and the wife of her teacher and colleague Christian Krohg.
She was the second daughter of public attorney Christian Lasson and Alexandra von Munthe af Morgenstierne. Her maternal grandmother was a Russian princess. She grew up in a liberal-conservative household, along with eight sisters and two brothers. Her brother Per Lasson became a noted composer and her sister Caroline Bokken Lasson a singer and writer.

In 1881 she married the businessman Jørgen Engelhardt (1852–1921), with whom she had two children. She split from Engelhardt in 1883, and divorced him in 1888. In 1885 she became a student of Erik Werenskiold and Christian Krohg, the latter she would marry in October 1888. In 1885, their daughter Nana was born, and in 1889, their son Per, who also would be a known painter… “

By the Oslofjord (Japanese lantern), 1886

Oda Krohg (1860-1935, Norwegian)


From Wiki:  ”Oda Krohg, née Othilia Pauline Christine Lasson (11 June 1860 – 19 October 1935) was a Norwegian painter, and the wife of her teacher and colleague Christian Krohg.

She was the second daughter of public attorney Christian Lasson and Alexandra von Munthe af Morgenstierne. Her maternal grandmother was a Russian princess. She grew up in a liberal-conservative household, along with eight sisters and two brothers. Her brother Per Lasson became a noted composer and her sister Caroline Bokken Lasson a singer and writer.

In 1881 she married the businessman Jørgen Engelhardt (1852–1921), with whom she had two children. She split from Engelhardt in 1883, and divorced him in 1888. In 1885 she became a student of Erik Werenskiold and Christian Krohg, the latter she would marry in October 1888. In 1885, their daughter Nana was born, and in 1889, their son Per, who also would be a known painter… “


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Sunspots - The Hammock, 1891
Oda Krohg (1860-1935, Norwegian)

Sunspots - The Hammock, 1891

Oda Krohg (1860-1935, Norwegian)


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Oct 15

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Oct 13

yama-bato2:
By yama-bato
Photographer on Tumblr  yama-bato2 and yama-bato

yama-bato2:

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Photographer on Tumblr  yama-bato2 and yama-bato


I live my life in widening circles
That reach across the world.
I may not ever complete the last one,
But I give myself to it.

I circle around God, that ancient tower.
I have been circling for thousands of years,
And I still don’t know: am I a falcon,
A storm, or a great song?

” —

 Rainer Maria Rilke


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