rudygodinez:

Gertrude Hanschk-Arndt, Mirror Lined Room (Self Portrait), (1929)

rudygodinez:

Gertrude Hanschk-Arndt, Mirror Lined Room (Self Portrait), (1929)



billyjane:

Monday Dali  with mannequin head
[inside of Dream of Venus pavilion,1939 World’s Fair,New York]
 via English 391W: Dreams

billyjane:

Monday Dali  with mannequin head

[inside of Dream of Venus pavilion,1939 World’s Fair,New York]

 via English 391W: Dreams



iapprovethispost:

The Night
La Nuit
Artist: Pierre Alechinsky 
Completion Date: 1952 
Style: Tachisme 
Genre: Abstract Painting 
Technique: Intaglio 
Material: Paper 
Gallery: Tate Britain, London, England, UK

iapprovethispost:

The Night

La Nuit

Artist: Pierre Alechinsky

Completion Date: 1952 

Style: Tachisme

Genre: Abstract Painting

Technique: Intaglio

Material: Paper

Gallery: Tate Britain, London, England, UK



(Source: weissesrauschen)



10 plays



amare-habeo:

Paul Klee (Swiss, 1879 – 1940) - Alphabet I (detail), N/D
via orellisdream

amare-habeo:

Paul Klee (Swiss, 1879 – 1940) - Alphabet I (detail), N/D

via orellisdream



1910-again:

Františka Kobliha, Illustration for Poe n.d.

1910-again:

Františka Kobliha, Illustration for Poe n.d.

(Source: galerieroudnice.cz)



o-p-e-n-s-p-a-c-e:

Frank Zadlo

o-p-e-n-s-p-a-c-e:

Frank Zadlo



deathandmysticism:

Gross Henning, Magica de Spectris et Apparitionibus Spiritum, 1656

deathandmysticism:

Gross Henning, Magica de Spectris et Apparitionibus Spiritum, 1656



thereminsoul:

Πρέσπες

thereminsoul:

Πρέσπες




tunguska-rdm:

clouds and desire to disappear.

Tunguska.RdM



douchamp:

Max Ernst in his New York studio, 1942. Photo by Arnold Newman.

douchamp:

Max Ernst in his New York studio, 1942. Photo by Arnold Newman.




likeafieldmouse:

Francisco Goya - The Follies: Where There’s a Will There’s a Way (ca. 1816-24)



red-lipstick:

Pis Aller

red-lipstick:

Pis Aller

(Source: facebook.com)



thirdorgan:

Joseph Vogel (Austria, 1911–1998)
Vision #2 c.1938

thirdorgan:

Joseph Vogel (Austria, 1911–1998)

Vision #2 c.1938