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Three Beauties (1793)


The Golden Girl of Africa


Ryan Heshka's Electroladylux


Mieko Minazumi


Bosch Action Figures


An Art Deco Shanghai Girl


Snow 1939


Thurston The Great


Auco and the Dragon


Betty Boop


Spring by Hawase Hasui (1925)


Bather Arranging Her Hair by Renoir (1885)


Sing a Song of Sixpence


Girl by the Sea 1990


Fantastic Flyers


Amy Crehore

Art Blogs
Alive in Kyoto
Art Dorks
Bedazzled!
Bibi's box
Chunglern
Coudal Partners
Cipango
Datajunkie
Exclamation Mark
Fimoculous
Fishbucket
Indigo Blog
Glubibulga
Neurastenia
Penny Dreadful
PCL
Plep
RetroGrafix
Schaukasten
Scout Report
Solipsistic
Sugar 'N Spicy

Art Museums
Andrés Blaisten
Brooklyn Museum
Hagi Uragami
Guggenheim
Library of Congress
MoMA
Museo del Prado
National Gallery of Art
SF MoMa
Smithsonian

The Hermitage
The Met

The Tate
Tokyo National
V&A
Vietnam Veterans
Whitney

Digital Archives
Academy of Natural Sciences
ARC
Cornell Library
deviantART
Indy Magazine
Japanalia Postcards
Nude Masterpieces
NY Public Library
UCR/CMP
Web Gallery of Art

Art Zines/Indexes
AI-AP
American Art Archives
Art History Resouces
Artnet
Ch/Ja Art History
Exibart
Folio Planet
Lingnan School
Museums List
Theispot
NY Arts
Tokyo Art Beat

Universes in Universe

Favorite Artists
Henry Clive
Amy Crehore
Ryan Heshka
Seonna Hong
LeUyen Pham
Coles Phillips

 

 


May
2006

05/29/2006

Yuki Nagayoshi
Yuki Nagayoshi is an extremely talented illustrator. The inspiration of her artwork comes from the early 20th century (1910-1930). Her sensitive, intelligent and compassionate work tells the ironic story of Bijinga or beauty of women in Japanese society. On the one hand feminine beauty was portrayed as an innocent flower, while at the same time, women were treated brutally in a sexist Japan.  You can see her most recent work in the Japanese section of her home page.



Maiden Brand Camellia Oil (2004)


EX-LIBRIS 3 (2003)

Elizabeth Mcgrath
In a word, Elizabeth Mcgrath's art is zany!


Bat Girl

Genichiro Inokuma
This collection is organized by periods of Genichiro Inokuma's life in Japan, Paris, New York and finally in Hawaii.  He was a great prolific Japanese modern artist.


Reclining Nude (1948)

'One More Once'
"A Centennial Celebration of the Life and Music of Count Basie."


Count Basie Postcard
From The Late 1930's

Camille Hilaire
I wish someone would put together a collection of Camille Hilaire's nudes, but her still life's are beautiful too.


Nu Au Miroir

Strange Little Girls
This blog has interesting theme, which includes reviews of art and dolls. Alice (below) has an uncanny resemblance to an old girlfriend of mine, or maybe not. ;-)


Alice In Wonderland

Felix Labisse


Les Jumelles

Marina Bychkova (Bibi's)
The Faberge-link detail on Marina Bychova's dolls is incredible.


The Last Night Of Nitocris

USSR posters (Neurastenia)


Kultura 085

05/22/2006

Mily Possoz
These is a collection of great prints from Portuguese artist Mily Posssoz.


Jeunes Filles A La Fenêtre (1930)

Takehisa Yumeji
This a selection of wonderful woodblock prints from of one Japan's premier Showa Era print makers.


Black Boat House


Untitled

Tsuruoka Yoshio
Some of his paintings reminds me of the impressionists such as Monet.


Spring The Hand Drum

Guillaume Corneille
Corneille is a master of color.


Reine des Sables (1999)

Amy Vangsgard (Bibi's)
These are fun.


Condi On a String

Blair Kelly (RaShOmoN)
These are nice.


Untiltled

Sush Machida Gaikotsu (Rip)


Sakura (2006)

Lisa Petrucci - "The Girl Can't Help It" (Art Dorks)
I have blogged Lisa Petrucci before, but this Copro Nason Gallery has some great scans of her playful work.


Shabby Chick 96

Jonathan Tran (Glubibulga)


Untitled

05/15/2006

Akino Kondoh
I blogged Akino over two years ago, but she has created a lot wonderful new art since that time!  Be sure to also check out her tantalizing animations.


Spreading Flowers (2004)


Skirt Of The Night (2004)

Yaeko Ikeda [English Translation]


The Wind and Thunder Gods

Kisho Tokutomi


The Moon and Me

Todd White (Neurastenia)


Heaven Beside You

Hindu Goddess Paintings (Malanda)


Chinnamasta

Patience Brewster


Mermaid

Mount Merapi Volcano Photos


Mount Merapi

05/08/2006

Sai Tamiya
She has a very beautiful, tender and unique style of painting, but the eyes provide an underlying edge to her work.


Bijinga

Tsuki hyakushi - 100 Aspects of the Moon
This is a complete scan of Yoshitoshi Taiso's book of Ukiyoe prints from the NYPL.


Axe Man


Beauty on the Dock

Marcia Banks
I love her style and use of colors.


Holiday In Venice

Frederick Arthur Bridgman
I don't know why, but I always find myself drawn to this these Orientalist painters.


On The Terrace

Gordon Beningfield
Everybody loves butterflies, right?


American Painted Lady

Virtual Museum of Holocaust and Genocide Art
These are terrifying paintings from Nazi Germany.  Unfortunately, genocide continues even to this Sudan today, with ethnic cleansing happening on nearly every continent.


The Children's Home At Jozefinska Street

Lina Espinosa (Neurastenia)
I like her primitive simplicity.


Tricky (2002)

Chris Reccardi (RaShOmoN)
These are fun.


Goddess Of Cool

05/01/2006

Lealand Eve
Wow!  These are just wonderful!


Merry-Go-Round

POD Gallery
This site has a very cool and diverse collection of images, e.g., pinups, pulps, vintage nudes, art for kids, etc.


I Was A Teeny-Bopper For The CIA

Ayu Tomikawa


The Smallest Me

Deva Suckerman


Presence (2002)

Dan Santat


Soul Coughing

Silent Ladies & Gents (Neurastenia)


Anna May Wong

American Roadside Attractions


Andy's Bar and Grill, Lawrenceville, PA

March 2006
 

Internet Weekly Report First Issued on 12/15/2001,
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Last Updated Saturday, 03. June 2006 11:28:50.



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