artwork by François Henri Galland

François Henri Galland

comments from kim: colors are a bit too muted but like the watercolor and the couple kissing: artwork by François Henri Galland Watercolor is abstractly beautiful when it allows ones eyes to use imagination

Saatchi Online Artist:

Watercolor, space, value, atmospheric perspective, Saatchi Online Artist: Alessandro Andreuccetti; "Waiting for the Spring" Found on here. Fantastic use of atmospheric perspective and a limited color palette!

Deer, 1615-1868, Edo period – Katsushika Hokusai

sombhatt: “ Deer Katsushika Hokusai , (Japanese, Edo period Ink on paper H: W: cm Japan ”

Meredith Pardue, Botania IV, 2012 ink, oil, oil crayon, and charcoal on canvas

Botania IV

Meredith Pardue - Botania IV - 2012 - Ink, oil, oil crayon and charcoal on canvas

Joseph Mallord William Turner.  Watercolour

Joseph Mallord William Turner (from "Fonthill Sketchbook [Finberg XLVII], Sketches from Paintings by Claude", Pencil on paper x 433 mm);

Raoul Dufy. anemones 1938

Raoul Dufy, anemones 1938 Miller : I fell in love with Dufy at the Portland Museum of art tonight.

Turner (1775‑1851). Sea and Sky From Vale of Heathfield Sketchbook circa 1813-1818 Watercolour on paper

vjeranski: “Joseph Mallord William Turner A Stormy Sea and Sky by Daylight, Possibly a Study Relating to the Eddystone Lighthouse From Vale of Heathfield Sketchbook, Watercolour on paper, 181 x.

Georgia O'Keeffe

Untitled (Abstraction Green Line and Three Red Circles) :: Drawings, Paintings & Sculpture

6 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Kick Start Your Visual Thinking Skills - new article on

6 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Kick Start Your Visual Thinking (or how to talk to strangers on a plane)

Louise Bourgeois. Untitled, 1965.

nobrashfestivity: “ Louise Bourgeois Untitled, 1965 Gouache on pink card more ”

Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele, "Portrait of Dr. Erwin von Graff" oil, gouache, and charcoal on canvas (Private Collection)

cathy cullis

surrounded by marigolds cartbeforethehorse, ooak octopus doll Rose photograph roses cathy cullis