Bird's Eye View Of Solar Eclipse
This is a great picture of bird during the recent solar eclipse taken by
Aamir Qureshi in Islamabad.
I happened to see this article,
Pierre Bonnard Retrospective at the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, in the
New York Times and then found this Australian exhibit with the wonderful
Woman In Front of a Mirror (1908)
Film Fun Magazine Covers
These are large scans of the beautiful magazine covers from the art deco era
magazine Film Fun.
Kagedo Japanese Art Gallery
There are some wonderful art objects and paintings on this site. I
particularly liked the Nihonga (Japanese-style) paintings.
Fair Wind by
Miki Suizan (1933)
Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) Magazine Covers
I always liked Wonder Woman, and this
site has tons of images from
her Lynda Carter's career.
Starlog Japanese Version (1979)
This exhibit of French engravings are from the Age of Gallantry
collection at the Hermitage.
Jupiter And Io
by Marin Bonnet (1783)
A very talented artist.
Bowl and Chopsticks
The James Dean of the 18th century?
This guy is pretty weird, but I like his sense of humor.
Recent Scans From Schaukasten
I love these pulp style movie posters.
Yet More Cult Posters (Bedazzled!)
These are scans from the early movie seriels.
I liked the covers
Liberty Meadows Cover #5
These are some of the most beautiful magazine cover illustrations I've ever
Lauren's Alice in
This is a large collection of samples from various Alice in Wonderland
illustrators. There are lots of links to other Alice sites as well.
Edward John Prittie (1923)
Masami Teraoka's Art Theatre
I happened to see a special on PBS about this very talented artist.
31 Flavors Invading Japan
Series/Today's Special (1982)
I really like the color composition in these paintings.
Lori Earley (Neurastenia)
Marx Brothers (PCL)
This is a nice collection of Marx Brothers images and MP3 recordings.
Excellent artwork! I like Cali's subject selection, use of colors, and
especially those fascinating stylized eyes that seem to look right through the viewer.
Samuel Palmer Vision
"A major retrospective marking the 200th anniversary of the great English
Romantic painter." This exhibit is now at the
Met, who could have a put up
a better web page if they weren't so damn lame. ;-)
The Magic Apple Tree (1830)
in Engravings and Lithographs
I think Countess Samoilova is a hottie!
Hay In Art
"A collection of great works of hay."
Rest in Harvest
by Adolphe Bouguereau (1865)
Uncle Tom's Cabin & American
Magazine Ad 1940
"The Chronicle is probably the most sophisticated printed book published
before the year 1500 because of its use of different graphic layouts that
integrate text and image in more varied ways than anything that had
previously been attempted."
Books of the Early Soviet Era
Kevin Hauff (Neurastenia)
The Work Ethic
In memory of
Parks, here is a sampling of his photography.
Birmingham, Alabama, 1956
"The colors and brush works are impressionist and post-impressionist, the
images are from the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing, the media are oil and
canvas." This makes a wonderful combination!
Shitao (album)-van Gogh #2 (2002)
Egypt And Nubia Lithographs (1846-49)
These beautiful lithographs were created from drawings made on the spot by
David Roberts give a stylized picture of what Egypt and Nubia looked like
over 150 years ago.
The Great Temple of Aboo Simble, Nubia
Nubian women at Korti
A Francesca Woodman Gallery
This is a collection of the stunning and sensitive photo artwork of
Francesca Woodman, whose life was cut tragically short by suicide.
Chin Chin Kobakama
This particular fairy tale reminds a bit of the soot balls in Spirited Away.
These are complete scans of the originals which could be printed.
Also, here are more wonderful Japanese fairy tales at the NYPL:
The Goblin Spider,
The Boy Who Drew Cats,
The Fountain of Youth and
The Old Woman Who Lost Her Dumpling.
The fairies of the floor-mats (1926)
Jueves Magazines and
Cabral Covers (Neurastenia)
These magazine covers are great!
This is an interesting collection of early American political cartoons.
McClellan and Davis (1864)
The Golden Serpent (2000)
The Hirshhorn Smithsonian Museum exhibits key works of the great
photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. I love the Sanjusangen-do Temple photo
(below) in particular, because it really captures the experience of being in
the Temple Hall itself. If you are ever in Kyoto, you have to visit
this temple! It is simply an amazing experience.
of 1001 Kannons or
Hell The Blue Room