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Della Robbia’s Gloriously Colorful Renaissance Sculptures

 

 

Luca della Robbia, “Virgin and Child in a niche” (1460), glazed terracotta with gilt and painted details, overall: 18 5/8 x 15 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches (courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bequest of Susan Dwight Bliss)

 

 

Luca della Robbia, “Virgin and Child with Lilies” (1400-82), glazed terracotta, overall: 18 7/8 x 14 9/16 inches (courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Quincy Adams Shaw through Qunicy Adams Shaw, Jr., and Mrs. Marian Shaw Haughton)

The National Gallery of Art explores the radical inventiveness of the della Robbia family, the clay and color masters of the Italian Renaissance.

Source: Della Robbia’s Gloriously Colorful Renaissance Sculptures

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“Morning Studio” by Nicole Eisenman

I ran across this painting by Nicole Eisenman this morning on Facebook and it really grabbed my attention. There’s something about the cozy sweatpants vibe of the person with the default Emoji Yellow™ skin in

Source: “Morning Studio” by Nicole Eisenman

Marie-Noëlle de La Poype: Haiku | Yoshii Gallery

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Marie-Noëlle de La Poype
Sculpture #13, 2015

Marie-Noëlle de La Poype: Haiku

A Monumental Sculpture of Colorful Twine Netting Suspended Above Boston | Colossal

A Monumental Sculpture of Colorful Twine Netting Suspended Above Boston | Colossal.

‘Shirin Neshat: Facing History’ at The Hirshhorn | ARTnews

Shirin Neshat, Rapture series, 1999, gelatin silver print, 42½ x 67½ inches.

LARRY BARNS/©SHIRIN NESHAT/COURTESY GLADSTONE GALLERY, NEW YORK AND BRUSSELS

‘Shirin Neshat: Facing History’ at The Hirshhorn | ARTnews.

Three Pantoums by Lo Kwa Mei-en | The Offing

Northern Mockingbird on sculpture by Dale Chihuly, Dallas Arboretum

© Robert Nunnally

Three Pantoums by Lo Kwa Mei-en | The Offing.

Wood Prints with Bryan Nash Gill ⎢American Made Series ⎢ Martha Stewart

The sculptures and prints of trees by the late Bryan Nash Gill (1961 – 2013) are noble, as is the bristlecone pine, both at the origins of it all.  – DF

Bryan Nash Gill | Sculpture Magazine 2006

Woodcut, by Bryan Nash Gill | Book Review