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Pablo Picasso
“Head of the Dead Casagemas”, 1901
Oil on panel
11 x 14 in.

On the resemblance of the candle’s flame to a vagina and it’s symbolism surrounding his friend’s suicide

"So, Picasso might find no obstacle to suggesting that we are not only delivered into this world by way of the vagina but can also be destroyed by one, only to be mourned in turn by another. If it is only the view of a young Spaniard, he is nonetheless committed to his private perception that nature gives us hints of her profundity and her buried secrets; and the language -call it the key- that nature shares with us is form"
-Norman Mailer

Pablo Picasso
“Head of the Dead Casagemas”, 1901
Oil on panel
11 x 14 in.

On the resemblance of the candle’s flame to a vagina and it’s symbolism surrounding his friend’s suicide

"So, Picasso might find no obstacle to suggesting that we are not only delivered into this world by way of the vagina but can also be destroyed by one, only to be mourned in turn by another. If it is only the view of a young Spaniard, he is nonetheless committed to his private perception that nature gives us hints of her profundity and her buried secrets; and the language -call it the key- that nature shares with us is form"

-Norman Mailer
artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern
“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice. 

artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern

“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice

nicolenamias-inspirationboard:

Alexander McQueen - Savage Beauty Collection

(via libbyswanner)

Started this one tonight, the moon’s giving me magic energy #lunareclipse #workinprogress (at UP Collective)

Started this one tonight, the moon’s giving me magic energy #lunareclipse #workinprogress (at UP Collective)

libbyswanner:

If I were to ever get married, this would be my dress.

libbyswanner:

If I were to ever get married, this would be my dress.

(Source: hautekills)

surrealism:

Les tours de lumière by Wolfgang Paalen, 1936. Oil on canvas.

surrealism:

Les tours de lumière by Wolfgang Paalen, 1936. Oil on canvas.

libbyswanner:

frannyelle:

lydiamaris:

Disney princess in haute couture

Years of tears

EEP.

Ummm holy shit

Pablo Picasso
“Head of the Dead Casagemas”, 1901
Oil on panel
11 x 14 in.

On the resemblance of the candle’s flame to a vagina and it’s symbolism surrounding his friend’s suicide

"So, Picasso might find no obstacle to suggesting that we are not only delivered into this world by way of the vagina but can also be destroyed by one, only to be mourned in turn by another. If it is only the view of a young Spaniard, he is nonetheless committed to his private perception that nature gives us hints of her profundity and her buried secrets; and the language -call it the key- that nature shares with us is form"
-Norman Mailer

Pablo Picasso
“Head of the Dead Casagemas”, 1901
Oil on panel
11 x 14 in.

On the resemblance of the candle’s flame to a vagina and it’s symbolism surrounding his friend’s suicide

"So, Picasso might find no obstacle to suggesting that we are not only delivered into this world by way of the vagina but can also be destroyed by one, only to be mourned in turn by another. If it is only the view of a young Spaniard, he is nonetheless committed to his private perception that nature gives us hints of her profundity and her buried secrets; and the language -call it the key- that nature shares with us is form"

-Norman Mailer
artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern
“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice. 

artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern

“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice

nicolenamias-inspirationboard:

Alexander McQueen - Savage Beauty Collection

(via libbyswanner)

Started this one tonight, the moon’s giving me magic energy #lunareclipse #workinprogress (at UP Collective)

Started this one tonight, the moon’s giving me magic energy #lunareclipse #workinprogress (at UP Collective)

artistandstudio:

Picasso
libbyswanner:

If I were to ever get married, this would be my dress.

libbyswanner:

If I were to ever get married, this would be my dress.

(Source: hautekills)

surrealism:

Les tours de lumière by Wolfgang Paalen, 1936. Oil on canvas.

surrealism:

Les tours de lumière by Wolfgang Paalen, 1936. Oil on canvas.

libbyswanner:

frannyelle:

lydiamaris:

Disney princess in haute couture

Years of tears

EEP.

Ummm holy shit

(Source: libbyswanner)

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