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All Colored Cast (Part III), 1982, Jean-Michel Basquiat


Medium: acrylic, crayon, canvas

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Some old faves from th’ hard drive…….

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Some more hard drive favorites - th’ last four are works of the mighty Hayes Roberts

I think I found this one in 1999!

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/55078002/william-d-fisher

A 1960 newspaper article from an Almont, Michigan History scrapbook 1955-1964 states:

IN THE SAND HILL CEMETERY NEAR Almont, there is a tombstone for W.D. Fisher on which his last mortal words are engraved.

“My God! He Got Me!”

Fisher was the winning candidate for highway commissioner in the Upper Peninsula County of Luce. The man he defeated was not so gracious as he might have been. He came upon Mr Fisher, blasted with a shotgun in the abdomen, and killed him. His victim was able to utter only the poignant phrase now chiseled in granite.

My horrorific honey sent this, after hipping me to the creepy tales told to kiddie campers in this very graveyard

kyraneko

Fascists are the Borg. They’ll take everything they can lay hands on, and then they’ll slowly but surely strip it of everything beautiful or meaningful, and reduce it to another mediocre stick in the bundle, indistinct from the rest of them.

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This show is different than I remember

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Bloomfield Hills, MI

Mah honey hipped me

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merelygifted

Practice all day for accuracy

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from my looney BF
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(via Astronomy Picture of the Day)

2019 October 23

Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh
Painting Credit: Vincent van Gogh; Digital Rendering: MoMA, Google Arts & Culture, via Wikipedia

Explanation: The painting Starry Night is one of the most famous icons of the night sky ever created. The scene was painted by Vincent van Gogh in southern France in 1889. The swirling style of Starry Night appears, to many, to make the night sky come alive. Although van Gogh frequently portrayed real settings in his paintings, art historians do not agree on precisely what stars and planets are being depicted in Starry Night. The style of Starry Night is post-impressionism, a popular painting style at the end of the nineteenth century. The original Starry Night painting hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, New York, USA.


boudhabar

country fair John Hanna illustration 1950s

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