OTTO DONALD ROGERS

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My last marvelous inspiration, Otto Donald Rogers – Canadian painter and sculptor. Rogers was born on 19 December 1935 in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. His early work included portraits, still lifes, landscapes or cityscapes…later he changed artistic path for more abstract, his work became increasingly deep abstract. Rogers follows the Cubist-Constructivist tradition, without doubt we can noticed in his art influence of Picasso, David Smith or Julio González. He has worked in different media that range from color-field painting to assembled steel sculpture. Definitely I’m obssesed with his colod field-painting compositions. Rogers became a leader in Baha’i activities in Saskatchewan what we can observe in topic of his abstract paiting… Large canvas, deep contrast and combine of colors makes me curious his perspective for life


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Pink Field and Opaque Sky, 1984


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Sunset with Rain, 2015


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Floating Trianfle Witg a Circle in a Landscape, 1998


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Symphonic Score

 

Pisa, Italy and red fashion accent

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with a visit in Italy… a few photos with a visit at Palazzo Blu in sunny Pisa 🙂

My fashion combinationwith camel cashmere coat and denim dress. Last time i found magnificent vintage bag with golden details in shape of rectangule, beuatiful burgundy leather – love at the first sight! what’s more with accessories… my vintage Balmain scarf with geometrical print and red high heel shoes similar like Balenciaga projects

To see more overcoats please visit this website with link below 🙂

 

Women Long Coat

www.dresshead.com/womens-fully-lined-long-overcoat-fur-lined-hood-olive/


 

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PALAZZO BLU IN PISA


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JANUARY INSPIRATION

DESIGN

MARCEL WANDERS

Mad King Armchair in Fabric or Leather with Intergrated Oak Side, 21st Century

www.marcelwanders.com


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Earth

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Rain

DMITRIY KRESTNIY

www.krestniy.com


EARRINGS

TIFFANY & CO

Gold and Chrysophrase Drop Earrings, 1980s


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KENNETH COBONPUE

Bloom Swivel Lounge Chair

www.kennethcobonpue.com


painter

KATARZYNA KARPOWICZ

Akrobatka w różowym kostiumie, 2011

www.katarzynakarpowicz.pl

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Rozmowa, 2014


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CARTIER Bag, 21st Century


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PATRYK HARDZIEJ

www.hardziej.com


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Vintage Givenchy Couture by Alexander McQueen, 1990-1999


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NINA SAEMUNDSSON

Hedy Lamarr, granite, circa 1939


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Pair of French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Baccarat Crystal and Ormolu Vases

FRANCESCO CLEMENTE MY FAVOURITE PORTRAITS

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Witajcie w Nowym Roku! Wraz z nowym rokiem, nowe inspiracje nowe plany i pomysły 🙂 Dzisiaj chcę pokazać Ci kilka moich ulubionych prac znakomitego włoskiego artysty Francesco Clemente. Ten włoski malarz to znakomity reprezentant włoskiej transawangardy, ruchu który około lat 70tych miał pokazywać ekspresjonistyczne tendencje włoskie we współczesnej sztuce. Jego prace to mieszanka abstrakcji z malarstwem figuratywnym. Clemente ma na swoim koncie wiele podróży, Afganistan, Indie, Nowy Jork i wiele więcej, szczególnie kultura i sztuka Indii wywarła wpływ na jego dalszą twórczość artystyczną. Poniżej znajdziesz kilka moich ulubionych prac tego artysty, szczególnie w pamięć zapadła mi współpraca Clemenete z Amerykańskim fotografem Jasonem Schmidt’em dla Harper’s Bazaar gdzie zarówno fotograf jak i malarz uwypuklają piękno kobiet o odmiennych typach urody w różnym wieku. Artysta nie idealizuje, nie upiększa… filtruje ich piękno poprzez własną perspektywę patrzenia na świat a później przelewa je na płótna. Elementem, który wielokrotnie pojawia się w jego pracach to wyraziste, migdałowe oczy,  jeden z jego elementów rozpoznawczych- przeszywające, budzące lekki niepokój sprawiają, że na pozór prosty portret staje się czymś zupełnie nieodgadnionym.

Welcome to the New Year! With the new year, new inspirations, new plans and ideas 🙂 Today I want to show you some of my favorite works of the outstanding Italian artist Francesco Clemente. This Italian painter is a great representative of the Italian transawangarda, a movement which, around the 1970s, was supposed to show Italian expressionistic tendencies in contemporary art. His works are a mix of abstraction and figurative painting. Clemente has traveled a lot, to Afghanistan, India, New York and much more, especially the culture and art of India influenced his further artistic work. You can find below some of my favorite works by this artist, especially brilliant collaboration Clemente with the American photographer Jason Schmidt for Harper’s Bazaar magazine where both the photographer and the painter emphasize the beauty of women with different types of beauty at different ages. The artist doesn’t idealize, or embellish … he filters their beauty through his own perspective of looking at the world and then pours them on the canvas. An element that many times appears in his works are expressive, almond eyes, one of its recognizable elements – piercing, slightly worrisome, making the seemingly simple portrait something completely unobvious.

 

“At an early age I had a vivid, transformative perception of my own mortality. Psychedelic drugs led me to question how substantial the ego could be. To be an artist seemed a way to ask: how do we know what we know? What is worth knowing?” —Francesco Clemente

 

Jason Schmidt photography/ Francesco Clemente portraits – Collaboration with Harper’s Bazaar

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Anna Ewers


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Liya Kebede


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Christy Turlington


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Linda Evangelista


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Karita Mattila as Salome, oil on canvas – 2008


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Secret , 0il on linen, 1983


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Seed, Tempera on linen, 1991


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The Skull, Pigment on canvas, 1977


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Air, Watercolor on paper, 2003


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Alba, oil on canvas, 1977

LDN inspirations

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William GOSCOMBE JOHN


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