John Everett Millais, Joan of Arc

I like him a lot too, but never the mix of and religious miracles. That’s in every nation (part of the culture): “God is on our side” (“One Nation, under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for All”). Beat it into the heads of

Edgar Degas – L’Absinthe – 1876

> After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally you see things as they really are, and that is the most horrible thing in the world. — Oscar Wilde

Gustave Caillebotte, The Parquet Planers

[*This work illustrates Caillebotte’s continued interest in perspective and everyday life. In the scene, the observer stands above three workers on hands and knees, scraping a wooden floor in a bourgeois apartment—now believed to be Caillebotte’s own studio at 77, rue de Miromesnil, in

“The Problem We All Live With” – Norman Rockwell

Yup! There was a huge exhibit on him at the Dayton Art Institute a couple years ago and an entire two rooms were devoted to his political works. He was a *huge* advocate of civil rights and it’s amazing. EDIT: [Mississippi South Justice]( [New

Egon Schiele, The Embrace (1917)

Beautiful, have a print one this hanging in my house. Such beauty in the isolation and lack of defined surroundings, as thogh this very moment of embrace has melted away everything but them and the bedsheets

“The Subway” – George Tooker, 1950

It always sort of blows my mind to flip through a bunch of say, Baroque paintings in this sub and then see something like this made centuries later showing a completely different world. Very creepy sense of paranoia here.

Truly ArtPorn

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