Ivana the Terrible

5 03 2016

Ivana The Terrible





David Barnes

5 03 2016

two different artists. I’m not sure.





I should have rip’d his heart out

5 03 2016

I should have rip'd out his heart





I kept hearing voices in his head…

5 03 2016

I Kept Hearing Voices In His Head





Jacques Stella

5 03 2016

Jacques Stella (1596 – 29 April 1657) was a French painter.

Audacious and varied, his work moved easily between the realism of direct observation, the antique spirit and a higher religious inspiration. After his death his paintings and engravings were often sold as works by Poussin. His work was often engraved, allowing his art to be reach a wide audience, especially after his death under the impetus of his niece and heiress, the artist Claudine Bouzonnet-Stella (died 1697). A retrospective of his work occurred at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon from 17 November 2006 to 19 February 2007, before touring to the Musée des Augustins at Toulouse from 17 March to 18 June 2007.

Paintings of a very dark history.





Hilda

5 03 2016

Hilda





heart break

5 03 2016

Heart Break





I’m asking you politely…

5 03 2016

I’m asking you politely..





hard of hearing

5 03 2016

Hard Of Reading