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    The Black Knight Domino's Avatar
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    Some speculation as pertains to his mental state has been brought forward. Perhaps his troubles with mental illness caused him to have a hallucinatory view of reality.
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    rue mouffetard by maximilien luce




    conway valley new hampshire by albert bierstadt

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    Hudson Valley School is teh r0xx0rz.

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    For several years when I was young, I studied ballet, and my grandmother gave me 4 Degas prints, which I adored. The below are two of my favorites. With the first one, I was simply fascinated with all of the action going on in the painting -- even the stationary figures (ex: the 2 men slumping in their chairs on the far right) exhibited 'action'. And so many little things going on in the painting - lots of sub-stories. Each of the characters is doing something, or anticipating something. With the second painting, I just liked the colors, and again, Degas captured the fluidity of the dancer - she almost seems to be moving in the painting.

    The Rehearsal on the Stage


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    Degas had a very interesting life story.

    Love the Rue scene, Whatever! I love city streets!
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    I like paintings of ships at sea, battling storms, waves and all that stuff. My mom got me this large print for Christmas a few years ago.

    'Glory of the Seas' by Montague Dawson. Pretty amazing.


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    OOOOOOOO!!!!!! O.o I love tall-ship pictures!!!
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    No wonder that ship's laying over... it's carrying too much sail by half.

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    I'm a big fan of the Wyeths... I saw Andrew Wyeth's work at the High museum in Atlanta a few years back and I was completely sent into another world with his amount of detail.

    I wasn't much interested in Italian Renaissance art, but I just spent 10 weeks in Italy and saw much of the most famous of it. I have to say that Michelangelo's rendition of "David" was awe-inspiring. I spent 2 hours drawing it. Completely took my breath away.

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    I like Max Beckmann.
    One of his:

    Prunier



    Some cool stuff came out of Die Brcke, too, e.g. Ernst Kirchner

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