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Posted: 1.3 hours ago
meri-pas-blanquer: “We are sepulchred alive in this close world, And want more room.” ― Elizabeth B. Browning
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trauma0001: Artwork by Ray Castelo
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tanjavanja: art is gross and sos kissing but i also love both
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Posted: 8.8 hours ago
dappledwithshadow: 9 of the 15 “Black Paintings” that covered the walls of Goya’s home. The Black Paintings (Spanish: Pinturas negras) is the name given to a group of fourteen paintings by Francisco Goya from the later years of his life, likely between 1819 and 1823. They portray intense, haunting themes, reflective of both his fear of insanity and his bleak outlook on humanity. In 1819, at the age of 72, Goya moved into a two-story house outside Madrid that was called Quinta del Sordo (Deaf Man’s Villa). Although the house had been named after the previous owner, who was deaf, Goya too was nearly deaf at the time as a result of an illness he had suffered when he was 46. The paintings originally were painted as murals on the walls of the house, later being “hacked off the walls and attached to canvas.” Currently they are held in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. After the Napoleonic Wars and the internal turmoil of the changing Spanish government, Goya developed an embittered attitude toward mankind. He had a first-hand and acute awareness of panic, terror, fear and hysteria. He had survived two near-fatal illnesses, and grew increasingly anxious and impatient in fear of relapse. The combination of these factors is thought to have led to his production of the fourteen works known collectively as the Black Paintings. Using oil paints and working directly on the walls of his dining and sitting rooms, Goya created works with dark, disturbing themes. The paintings were not commissioned and were not meant to leave his home. It is likely that the artist never intended the works for public exhibition: “…these paintings are as close to being hermetically private as any that have ever been produced in the history of Western art.” Goya did not give titles to the paintings, or if he did, he never revealed them. Most names used for them are designations employed by art historians.
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Posted: 11.8 hours ago
nobrashfestivity: Edvard Munch, The Dead Lovers, 1901, Etching
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connoisseur-art: John Buckland Wright, Lovers
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b0rndead-buriedalive: via @mad.dog.jones
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b0rndead-buriedalive: via @lsdfantasy2
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b0rndead-buriedalive: (via @effenemea)
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drhopekitty: My very latest piece
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midnighth0ur: ıllıllı єαяℓу gσσ∂иιgнт ıllıllı
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capturej: Tive que compartilhar isso no @WeHeartIt
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th3eve: https://www.instagram.com/p/8abmyBv5-H/?