centuriespast:

TINTORETTOSt Mark Working Many Miracles1562-66Oil on canvas, 396 x 400 cmPinacoteca di Brera, Milan

centuriespast:

TINTORETTO
St Mark Working Many Miracles
1562-66
Oil on canvas, 396 x 400 cm
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

ancientart:

Foundation plaques B (photo 1) and A (photo 2), dating to the early 4th century BCE. Both these plaques of hammered gold have been inscribed in Old Persian, and are from Iran during the Achaemenid period.

Artefacts courtesy of the Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, USA. Photos taken by Daderot via the Wiki Commons.

70sscifiart:

Don Punchatz

70sscifiart:

Don Punchatz

mirrormirrorworldworld:

Unknown Photographer, Eclipse of April 16, 1893

newmuseum:

David Wojnarowicz was one of the art community’s most passionate and articulate voices at the height of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Fifteen years ago, we presented “Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz” (January 21—April 11, 1999) at our previous space at 583 Broadway. “Fever” was the first systematic assessment of Wojnarowicz’s achievements in painting, writing, photography, sculpture, film, video, performance art, graphics, and music.
Photo: Ivan Dallatana

newmuseum:

David Wojnarowicz was one of the art community’s most passionate and articulate voices at the height of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Fifteen years ago, we presented “Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz” (January 21—April 11, 1999) at our previous space at 583 Broadway. “Fever” was the first systematic assessment of Wojnarowicz’s achievements in painting, writing, photography, sculpture, film, video, performance art, graphics, and music.

Photo: Ivan Dallatana

design-is-fine:

Hans Hillmann, german film poster for Bunuel Young One, 1968.

design-is-fine:

Hans Hillmann, german film poster for Bunuel Young One, 1968.