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wetheurban:

ART: The Ring Mirror by Arnaud Lapierre

Trippy! French designer Arnaud Lapierre once created ‘ring’, a series of mirrored cubes placed in a circular pattern in collaboration with AUDI.

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asylum-art:

Mircea Cantor, Epic Fountain, 2012

(24 k gold plated safety pins 314 cm high x 21 cm large)

Epic Fountain, a totemic column of safety pins fastened to resemble the double helix of human DNA, refers to the building blocks of all living existence. For Cantor, the molecular structure represents aspiration. The fountain referred to in the title is not a traditional one of water, but of life itself; the molecule being the source of all living organisms. Hung from ceiling to floor, Epic Fountain forms an impressive but delicate tower – an epic, yet fragile, monument to existence.

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anartistaweek:

Édouard Manet , The Dead Christ with Angels, 1864
 

anartistaweek:

Édouard Manet , The Dead Christ with Angels, 1864

 

cecinestpasunblogdart:

Le fifre — Édouard Manet
1866, oil on canvas, 160 cm × 97 cm, Musée d’Orsay, Paris

cecinestpasunblogdart:

Le fifre — Édouard Manet

1866, oil on canvas, 160 cm × 97 cm, Musée d’Orsay, Paris

philamuseum:

Today is the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War naval battle of the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the C.S.S. Alabama, imaginatively painted here by Édouard Manet. You can see the Kearsarge sitting high on the horizon, obscured by smoke, while the Alabama sinks, and a local pilot boat sails in to rescue survivors. “The Battle of the U.S.S. ‘Kearsarge’ and the C.S.S. ‘Alabama’,” 1864, by Édouard Manet

philamuseum:

Today is the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War naval battle of the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the C.S.S. Alabama, imaginatively painted here by Édouard Manet. You can see the Kearsarge sitting high on the horizon, obscured by smoke, while the Alabama sinks, and a local pilot boat sails in to rescue survivors.

The Battle of the U.S.S. ‘Kearsarge’ and the C.S.S. ‘Alabama’,” 1864, by Édouard Manet

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