likeafieldmouse:

Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (1875-6)
Original on top, later version below
"Despite the effort Caillebotte put into the painting, it was rejected by France’s most prestigious art exhibition, The Salon, in 1875. The depiction of working-class people in their trade, not fully clothed, shocked the jurors and was deemed a ‘vulgar subject matter.’ 
The images of the floor scrapers came to be associated with Degas’s paintings of washerwomen, also presented at the same exhibition and similarly scorned as ‘vulgar’”. likeafieldmouse:

Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (1875-6)
Original on top, later version below
"Despite the effort Caillebotte put into the painting, it was rejected by France’s most prestigious art exhibition, The Salon, in 1875. The depiction of working-class people in their trade, not fully clothed, shocked the jurors and was deemed a ‘vulgar subject matter.’ 
The images of the floor scrapers came to be associated with Degas’s paintings of washerwomen, also presented at the same exhibition and similarly scorned as ‘vulgar’”.

likeafieldmouse:

Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (1875-6)

Original on top, later version below

"Despite the effort Caillebotte put into the painting, it was rejected by France’s most prestigious art exhibition, The Salon, in 1875. The depiction of working-class people in their trade, not fully clothed, shocked the jurors and was deemed a ‘vulgar subject matter.’ 

The images of the floor scrapers came to be associated with Degas’s paintings of washerwomen, also presented at the same exhibition and similarly scorned as ‘vulgar’”.

userdeck:

Blacksmith’s workshop.

oceanprimitive:

Yunomi collection by Ootani Kosakushitsu

oceanprimitive:

Yunomi collection by Ootani Kosakushitsu

(via artpropelled)

cinoh:

Jannis Kounellis
cinoh:

Jannis Kounellis
cinoh:

Jannis Kounellis
cinoh:

Jannis Kounellis
cinoh:

Jannis Kounellis

artpropelled:

antique and from papua, ~ used for storing medicine

nevver:

Chance of Thunderstorms nevver:

Chance of Thunderstorms nevver:

Chance of Thunderstorms
enochliew:

Maison aux Jeurs by Lacroix Chessex
Lifted on a concrete pedestal to protect the timber cladding.   enochliew:

Maison aux Jeurs by Lacroix Chessex
Lifted on a concrete pedestal to protect the timber cladding.   enochliew:

Maison aux Jeurs by Lacroix Chessex
Lifted on a concrete pedestal to protect the timber cladding.  

enochliew:

Maison aux Jeurs by Lacroix Chessex

Lifted on a concrete pedestal to protect the timber cladding.  

enochliew:

Sonoma Spa Retreat by Aidlin Darling Design
The structure is cut into the landscape by two curved earthen walls and overlooks the rolling hills of Sonoma. enochliew:

Sonoma Spa Retreat by Aidlin Darling Design
The structure is cut into the landscape by two curved earthen walls and overlooks the rolling hills of Sonoma. enochliew:

Sonoma Spa Retreat by Aidlin Darling Design
The structure is cut into the landscape by two curved earthen walls and overlooks the rolling hills of Sonoma. enochliew:

Sonoma Spa Retreat by Aidlin Darling Design
The structure is cut into the landscape by two curved earthen walls and overlooks the rolling hills of Sonoma.

enochliew:

Sonoma Spa Retreat by Aidlin Darling Design

The structure is cut into the landscape by two curved earthen walls and overlooks the rolling hills of Sonoma.

likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’”  likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)
"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.
(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).
This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’” 

likeafieldmouse:

Valentin Ruhry - Réclamer (2013)

"With the exhibition title Réclamer, Ruhry is roughly referencing advertising or the promotional function actually connoted by light boxes.

(Latin: reclamare; French: réclamer, to claim, to appeal, to call back).

This loss of function is represented by the light-box frames assembled throughout the exhibition, ‘both through their components and in and of themselves.’” 

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