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Vincent Van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890)

By the time of his death in 1890, Van Gogh’s work had begun to attract critical attention. His paintings were featured at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris between 1888 and 1890 and with Les XX in Brussels in 1890. As Gauguin wrote to him, his recent works, on view at the Indépendants in Paris, were regarded by many artists as “the most remarkable” in the show; and one of his paintings sold from the 1890 exhibition in Brussels. In January 1890, the critic Albert Aurier published the first full-length article on Van Gogh, aligning his art with the nascent Symbolist movement and highlighting the originality and intensity of his artistic vision. By the outbreak of World War I, with the discovery of his genius by the Fauves and German Expressionists, Vincent van Gogh had already come to be regarded as a vanguard figure in the history of modern art. (x) (x) (x) (x)

Meydandayiz
ALLAHU EKBER nidalariyla inliyor her yer ancak arkadaki bir hanim dikkatimi cekti bagirarak teeeekbiiiir diyordu sonrada Allaaahu ekber tek onun sesi kaldi en son dedim ya Rabbim bir bilse Allah en buyuktur dedigini bir bilse Allah en buyuktur demek meeydaanlarda bir hanimin bagirarak teekbir getirmemesini gerektirdigini…
Ezan okunduu.
Biz camiyee yol aldik ki, zaten hemen bitisiginde ama bir baktim darbe darbe diye bagiranlar camilere kosmuyor oylece teeeekbiiir diyorlar. Allahuu ekbbeer diyoruz bizde ancaak naaamaz vakti anlatabildim mi? Senin isinden daha buyuk bir Rabbin oldugunu namaza giderek gostermelisin. Kuru kuruya bir dava icin cikmayin o caddelere camiler kislaniz olsun.

SURDA BIR GEDIK AÇTIK
MUKADDES Mİ MUKADDES,
EY KAHPE RUZGAR ARTIK NE YANDAN ESERSEN ES!

anonymous asked:

Bence sen evlenilcek adamsın abi. Seninle iki çocuk yapılır. En ufak tatilde yaylaya kaçılır. Koca bi ömür geçirilir. Yaşanır.

RESMEN HAYALİMDEKİ YAŞANTI. ÇOCUKLARIN İLKİ KIZ, İKİNCİSİ DE ERKEK OLSUN. ARALARINDA 4 SENE YAŞ FARKI OLSUN. DELİ GİBİ ZENGİN OLMAYAYIM AMA KİMSEYE DE MUHTAÇ OLMAYAYIM. HANIMIN, ÇOLUĞUN ÇOCUĞUN STANDART İSTEKLERİNİ KARŞILAYACAK MADDİ DURUMUM OLSUN. DUR LAN ANLATAYIM DAHA.  :) EVİMİZ BİZİM OLSUN, BAHÇESİ OLSUN. AMA KOMŞULARIMIZ DA OLSUN. NEYSE YA BUNLAR YETERLİ :D AMİN :)

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Hannibal Art Meme

The (Renaissance) Still Life

During the Renaissance, artists turned to the classical world, its literature, architecture, and art, for inspiration, and it provided the figural ideal emulated in painting in sculpture of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It also provided, though to a lesser extent, early precedents for still-life painting. These could be found in trompe l'oeil murals and illusionistic tile work depicting fruits, flowers, eating vessels, bones, and skulls. Nevertheless, still-life painting in the Renaissance was consigned by art historians such as Giorgio Vasari to the lowest limbs of the hierarchy of the arts, as its execution was believed to rely less on divinely appointed genius than upon observation, science, and craftsmanship: an artisanal rather than artistic talent. By the end of the sixteenth century, several artists had challenged this convention, and a new generation of painters brought a greater naturalism, and with it an elevated esteem, to the genre. (x) (x) (x) (x)

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Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967)
Edward Hopper painted American landscapes and cityscapes with a disturbing truth, expressing the world around him as a chilling, alienating, and often vacuous place. Everybody in a Hopper picture appears terribly alone. Hopper soon gained a widespread reputation as the artist who gave visual form to the loneliness and boredom of life in the big city. This was something new in art, perhaps an expression of the sense of human hopelessness that characterized the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Edward Hopper has something of the lonely gravity peculiar to Thomas Eakins, a courageous fidelity to life as he feels it to be. He also shares Winslow Homer’s power to recall the feel of things. For Hopper, this feel is insistently low-key and ruminative. He shows the modern world unflinchingly; even its gaieties are gently mournful, echoing the disillusionment that swept across the country after the start of the Great Depression in 1929.
Cape Cod Evening (1939; 77 x 102 cm (30 ¼ x 40 in)) should be idyllic, and in a way it is. The couple enjoy the evening sunshine outside their home, yet they are a couple only technically and the enjoyment is wholly passive as both are isolated and introspective in their reveries. Their house is closed to intimacy, the door firmly shut and the windows covered. The dog is the only alert creature, but even it turns away from the house. The thick, sinister trees tap on the window panes, but there will be no answer. (x) (x) (x) (x)

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Camille Pissarro (1830-1903)

Pissarro painted rural and urban French life, particularly landscapes in and around Pontoise, as well as scenes from Montmartre. His mature work displays an empathy for peasants and laborers, and sometimes evidences his radical political leanings. He was a mentor to Paul Cézanne, Edouard Manet and Paul Gauguin and his example inspired many younger artists, including Californian Impressionist Lucy Bacon.

Pissarro’s influence on his fellow Impressionists is probably still underestimated; not only did he offer substantial contributions to Impressionist theory, but he also managed to remain on friendly, mutually respectful terms with such difficult personalities as Edgar Degas, Cézanne and Gauguin. Pissarro exhibited at all eight of the Impressionist exhibitions. Moreover, whereas Claude Monet was the most prolific and emblematic practitioner of the Impressionist style, Pissarro was nonetheless a primary developer of Impressionist technique. (x) (x) (x) (x)

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Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009) - revisited

Wyeth remained a polarizing figure even as the traditional 20th century distinction between abstraction and avant-gardism on the one hand and realism and conservatism on the other came to seem woefully inadequate and false. The only indisputable truth was that his art existed within a diverse American context that encompassed illustrators like his father, N.C. Wyeth and Norman Rockwell, and also landscape painters like John Marin, Winslow Homer, Albert Bierstadt and Fitz Hugh Lane. (x) (x) (x) (x)

I just posted a gifset that had this gif in it, so you’re probably like, “wtf are you doing??” Well, I wanna talk about this for a sec.

When I was taking the screencaps of this moment, I literally had to stop for a minute and do something else. The way he turns, and the expression on his face when he stops, is utterly chilling. I don’t usually find Hannibal to be a frightening show, per se, but this one simple moment is scary.

One of the things I’ve praised about Mads’ performance is how he makes Hannibal move in a very reptilian way. His body, his head, his neck–all very snake-like. This gif illustrates that perfectly. The thing he does with his neck. Is that real?! Is that Mads, or is that post-production computer magic??

NO ONE’S NECK SHOULD BE ABLE TO MOVE LIKE THAT. He moves so perfectly like some sort of cobra, and as his eyes sweep past the camera (just before he focuses on Bedelia, whose line of sight is higher than the camera’s focus) you get this sense of someone not entirely human. Someone cold and dangerous.

I honestly don’t know how much of that movement is Mads and how much might be computer stuff, but honestly. That look is all Mads, and I just gotta say–A+ well done wow boy howdy you are a scary motherfucker.