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pyge:

Richard Diebenkorn
filefolder23:

Michael Frimkess Zuni Vessel, 1973 (the piece, commissioned by collector Betty Asher, comments on the LA Art Scene in the 1970’s (via an ambitious project collapsing)
ukpuru:

Ibibio ladies fan/mirror smothered in nsibidi ideographs and motifs. “Acquired" in 1934, now in British Museum.
sickpage:

Kadzell
lovecraft:

indian folk instruments.
that orchestral sarangi looks like it would bring the house down. when was the last time a live indian classical orchestral show happened anyway? not recently, is my guess.
cabinporn:

Abandoned survival shelter in the Eastern Fiords of Iceland.
artesens:

John Buckland-Wright 1897 – 1954
theideaofart:

Boullée, Cénotaphe à Newton (1784)

The small sarcophagus for Newton is placed at the lower pole of the sphere. The design of the memorial creates the effect of day and night. The effect by night, when the sarcophagus is illuminated by the starlight coming through the holes in the vaulting. The effect by day is an armillary sphere hanging in the center that gives off a mysterious glow. For Boullée symmetry and variety were the golden rules of architecture.
monreve-monamandier:

Liqen
controsensi:

Illo by Yusuke Yonezu
fatladystyleco:

(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Fragmentary Loom Width with Ogival Pattern)