bofransson:

Paris, Montparnasse at Night
Nicolas Tarkhoff - circa 1905
windypoplarsroom:

Konstantin Somov
"Lady with the Dog, Relaxing on the Lawn"
blastedheath:

Henryk Szczygliński (Polish, 1881-1944), Lazienki Park at Night, 1918. Oil on canvas, 131 x 114 cm. National Museum, Kielce.
1910-again:


Antonín Hudecek, Psyche 1901
blastedheath:


Albert Edelfelt (Finnish, 1854-1905), Uusmaalainen Sailor, 1896. Oil on canvas. Emil Aaltosen Museum, Pyynikinlinna, Finland.
houndeye:


George Pratt
Blue Dooracrylic on panel
George Pratt is a painter, graphic novelist, and filmmaker.  His first novel, “Enemy Ace: War Idyll,” has been translated into 9 languages and won awards for Best Foreign Graphic Novel in both England and France.  His documentary film, “See You in Hell, Blind Boy,” researches his travels through the Mississippi Delta for his novel of the same name. 

dynamicafrica:

Circle of Edwin Long (BRITISH, 1829-1891)  Portrait of a Moor  oil on canvas  16 x 12 in. (40.7 x 30.5 cm.)
zombienormal:

Australian Landscape, Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (1885-1959), 1918. (Museum of Literature, Warsaw, Poland)
Via.
Portrait of a Beauty, 17th century
centuriespast:

William Bradford
American, 1823–1892
Waiting for the Thaw (Arctic Whaling Scene), 1877
Johnson Museum of Art
fyeaheasterneurope:

This quilt cover was made in Slovenia some time at the end of the 19th or beginning of the 20th century.

The front has three columns of patterning. The middle one has a large blue floral (?) motif at its centre, flanked by a white/lilac rose motif. The outer columns share identical patterning, with a large floral motif and unidentifiable geometric motifs. Worked in white cotton yarn and blue, red, brown, green, maroon and black woollen yarns. Some of the black ‘ground’ that surrounds the imagery is lost. Back of quilt cover undecorated. Full-width opening at one side. This opening stitched together in seven places, suggesting the cover was hung for use or for display.

(Source.)