Bauhaus bassist David J collaborated with an original member of the Bauhaus movement, painter and poet René Halkett, for this rather interesting collaboration.
There’s little worse, from a musical standpoint, than discovering an artist whose work gleams brightly after she has left this mortal coil, and from cancer, that cruel killer. Letha Rodman Melchior was a painter of some renown as well as a composer of fine experimental music. She hailed from Durham, North Carolina, and recorded for …
Dada was the radical movement of art which would launch all kinds of future artistic madness, such as surrealism. The Cabaret Voltaire, based in Zürich, Switzerland, was the place where this action was crystallized.
Chris Veeneman is one of my favorite contemporary artists. This particular work is represented by Saatchi Art Gallery.
Many thanks to the Tumblr blogger Dæmonart who had originally posted this series of paintings done by Salvador Dalí, which were his intepretation of scenes from Dante’s Inferno.
via Oedipus Rex — Max Ernst — Biblioklept
via Portrait of Antonietta Gonzalez — Lavinia Fontana — Biblioklept
If you gaze at dark and richly textured paintings of a German Symbolist painter Franz Stuck for too long, you become spiritually drowned in a world of ‘anxiety and lust’, to quote Carl Jung. That peculiar mood of his paintings is as intoxicating as it is heavy and suffocating, radiating the typical turn of the […] …
Kazuho Imaoka has become one of my favorite painters. She was born in 1991, and has quite an amazing portfolio, which you can check out at her Tumblr page.
Barry Moser’s illustration for Lynne Reid Banks’s “The Hare and the Flower.” From The Magic Hare, Avon, 1994. via The Hare and the Flower — Barry Moser — Biblioklept