Aleksandra Żmijewska

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Things to Know About Havanese Dogs If someone is contemplating obtaining a new dog for their loved ones, that man might wish to think about the little dog breed known as the Havanese dog.

One of my favorite photos of all time. Dali Atomicus, 1948 © Philippe Halsman Archives

Here’s photographic proof that even Salvador Dalí knew that cats are super awesome. Entitled Dali Atomicus, this fantastic photo was taken in 1948 by American photographer Philippe Halsman and originally published in LIFE magazine. ““The 1948 work.

Edward Hopper, loneliness and presence, either empty mind or deep thoughts

urgetocreate: call-me-mogo: Nigel Van Wieck, “Q Train”, from the Working Girl series, pastel on paper, Nigel Van Wieck is an American artist who lives and works in New York. (mistakenly attributed to Edward Hopper)

Claude Lorrain Landscape with an Imaginary View of Tivoli

CLAUDE: Le Lorrain Imaginary View of Tivoli, Oil on copper, x cm, Courtauld Gallery, London

allegoryofart:  Ideal Landscape with the Flight into Egypt, Claude Lorrain, 1663

Claude Lorrain Ideal Landscape with the Flight into Egypt, , Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Ideal Landscape with the Flight into Egypt by Claude Lorrain.

Artemisia Gentileschi (1593 – 1656) was a female Italian Baroque painter in a time when women were not accepted as artists and certainly not even allowed to paint. Today she is now considered one of the most accomplished painters in the generation after Caravaggio and is well known for painting strong minded women from mythology that dominate over men.     To read more...see http://theartappreciationblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-art-of-artemisia-gentileschi.html

Judith and Her maidservant with the head of Holofernes c. 1614 Artist: Gentileschi Period: Baroque Gentileschi specialized in painted images of women triumphing over men. She was one of the first women artists we study.