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The portrait of Maar is in contrast to his painting of another of his lovers Marie-Thérese Gilot of whom he is reported to have said : "I love you more than the taste of your mouth, more than your look, more than your hands, more than your whole body, more and more and more and more." | Pablo Picasso

The portrait of Maar is in contrast to his painting of another of his lovers Marie-Thérese Gilot of whom he is reported to have said : "I love you more than the taste of your mouth, more than your look, more than your hands, more than your whole body, more and more and more and more." | Pablo Picasso

Marisa Ramirez

Marisa Ramirez

Veronica Lake hairstyle how-to

Veronica Lake hairstyle how-to

Le fil vert en décoration d'intérieur || Un mur vert émeraude

Le fil vert en décoration d'intérieur || Un mur vert émeraude

beleza-reinaldo-lourenco-blush

beleza-reinaldo-lourenco-blush

houndeye:  Tōshi Yoshida – 1911-1995 Extension - 1969 woodblock print | Object | InteriorDesignPro

houndeye: Tōshi Yoshida – 1911-1995 Extension - 1969 woodblock print | Object | InteriorDesignPro

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso