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"The Gates of Paradise", Battistero di San Giovanni -Florence, Italy

"The Gates of Paradise", Battistero di San Giovanni -Florence, Italy

The Gates of Hell (French: La Porte de l'Enfer) is a monumental sculptural group…

The Gates of Hell (French: La Porte de l'Enfer) is a monumental sculptural group…

AUGUSTE RODIN. La Porte de l'Enfer (détail), d'après la Divine Comédie de Dante

AUGUSTE RODIN. La Porte de l'Enfer (détail), d'après la Divine Comédie de Dante

berlinde de bruyckere

berlinde de bruyckere

Rosa Verloop,,could be achieved with liq latex and cotton and perm papers and…

Rosa Verloop,,could be achieved with liq latex and cotton and perm papers and…

Magnus Wallin  "Once upon a time"

Magnus Wallin "Once upon a time"

Louisiana, Denmark

Louisiana, Denmark

Athletic Bronze Sculptures Emerge from Walls. The figurative bronze and…

Athletic Bronze Sculptures Emerge from Walls. The figurative bronze and…

Ouroboros is something which Carl Jung refers to as an archetype; it seems to makes its way into our conscious mind time and time again in varying forms.

Ouroboros is something which Carl Jung refers to as an archetype; it seems to makes its way into our conscious mind time and time again in varying forms.

Standing Female Nude, 1910  Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973)  Charcoal on paper    Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949       In March 1911, Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, 291, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors by Pablo Picasso, the artist's first showing anywhere in America. Among the highlights in the show, which surveyed the development of his art up to Analytic Cubism (1906–11), was this highly abstract charcoal drawing of a standing female…

Standing Female Nude, 1910 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) Charcoal on paper Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 In March 1911, Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, 291, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors by Pablo Picasso, the artist's first showing anywhere in America. Among the highlights in the show, which surveyed the development of his art up to Analytic Cubism (1906–11), was this highly abstract charcoal drawing of a standing female…