Wednesday, February 2, 2011


Xavier Mellery, My Hallway, 1889

 Georges Le Brun, Interior. The Man who Passes, 1894

 Léon Spilliaert, Silhouette du peintre, 1907

 Fernand Khnopff, The Veil, 1887

 Georges Seurat, Seated Woman with a Parasol, 1884

 Léon Spilliaert, The Open Door, 1945

 Johann Heinrich Füssli, The Silence, 1799

 Eugene Carrière, Woman Leaning on a Table, 1893

 Helene Schjerfbeck, The Seamstress (The Working Woman), 1905

 Gerhard Richter, Küchenstuhl, Kitchen Chair, 1965

 Luc Tuymans, Silent Music, 1992

 Richard Diebenkorn, Man and Window, 1958

 Adrian Ghenie, Crawl under your Desk, 2007

 Marlene Dumas, Losing (Her Meaning), 1988

 Gottfried Helnwein, Danae waiting for the Rain, 2003

 Andrew Wyeth, Christmas Morning, 1944

 Frederic Remington, Moonlight, Wolf, 1909

 Jack Spencer, World Watcher, 2000s

 Mark Rothko, Contemplation, 1937

 Edward Hopper, Intermission

 George Tooker, The Waiting Room, 1959

 Vilhelm Hammershøi, Sunbeams or Sunshine. Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams, 1900

 Bianca Brunner, Hotel Vacation 3, 2008

 Vilhelm Hammershøi, Interior, 1899

 Adriano Cecioni, Interno con figura, 1868

 Caspar David Friedrich, Sunset, 1830

 Edward Henry Potthast (1857-1927), Along the Mystic River, n.d.

 Fernand Khnopff, The Abandoned Town, 1904

 Harald Sohlberg, Natt, 1904

 Ferdinand Hodler, Der Lebensmüde [Tired of Life], 1890s

 Angelo Morbelli, Holiday at the Pio Albergo Trivulzio, 1892

 Emilio Longoni, Alone!, 1900

  Vilmos Aba-Novák, Laura No. 1, 1929

 Raphael Soyer, Cafe Scene, 1946

 Tsuguhara Foujita, At The Cafe, 1949

Almada Negreiros, Portrait of Fernando Pessoa, 1954
To choose ways of not acting was ever the concern and scruple of my life - Fernando Pessoa

 John Collier, The Confession, 1902

 Nan Goldin, Nan und Brian in Bed, 1983

 Marlene Dumas, Wet Dreams, 1987

 Jeremy Lipking, Danielle, 2006

 Arnošt Hofbauer, The Pilgrim, 1905

 Albert Aereboe, Der Einsiedler (The Hermit), 1927

 Moritz Bauernfeind, Solitude, 1911

 Carl Friedrich Lessing, Heimkehrender Kreuzritter [Returning Crusader], 1835

 Philippe Rousseau, The Rat Who Withdrew From The World, 1885


  1. great pictures. always stuff I'd never heard of or seen before. thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Damn, incredibly poignant. We all know what most of these artists were trying to say; it's that feeling we've all felt before. Now we can return to it at will. Thank you for posting these.

  3. Wow great assortment! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Inspiring. I love Bianca Bunner