'a bit too tan'

"Picasso in Underwear," photo by David Douglas Duncan, From the earliest age, the most famous artist of the Century did whatever he wanted, which might include posing in his jockeys on his front doorstep at age 76

Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater

Just Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater. (1969, Paris)

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk. This is amazing. He even lived his life in a surreal manner. Who owns an anteater as a pet? Apparently Savaldor Dali, that's who.

jean michel basquiat.

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American artist. He began as an obscure graffiti artist in New York City in the late and evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by the by James Van Der Zee, 1982

люстерко - простий прилад для вимірювання кривизни власної фізіономії.

Frida Kahlo and her Xoloitzcuintli dogs. Photograph c. 1944 by Mexican photographer Lola Alvarez Bravo. Via Merry & Happy, a Korean website great dog art finds, including some of mine.

picasso and lump......I knew there was something artsy about me....I love me some doxie, too!

I've never seen this amazing (though a bit blurry) photo before of Picasso and his beloved Dachshund, Lump. He's said to be "the only dog Picasso took in his arms. Via The Long and Short of it All,.

DOG PEOPLE / A new series on wildlandia.com

This will be my doxie tattoo! Picasso and his adored dachshund, Lump. Picasso loved animals & his work is rich with depictions. There is even a book devoted to him & his best friend - Picasso & Lump: A Dachshund’s Odyssey.

artist henri matisse and his cat minouche

Famous Artists Photographed With Their Cats

Famous artist Henri Matisse relaxing outdoors, cuddling his beloved cat. Artists seem to have a tendency to be real "animal people".

Monsieur & Madame Monet. My favourite artist after da Vinci. Birds totally freak me out so this picture is quite unsettling. It reminds me of the man who feeds the pigeons at the end of the tram tracks on Elizabeth St in Melbourne, Australia. As soon as he appears there, the sky literally goes black momentarily with all the pigeons who come to be fed by him.

Feed the birds! Claude Monet with a pigeon on his head. With Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 1908

Artist Gustav Klimt and his loyal cat :)  Klimt was known for keeping large droves of kitties around his studio not just for the company, but also because he firmly believed that feline urine was the best available fixative for his drawings! The more you know…

Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is noted for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other art objects.

Momentos que marcaron la historia para siempre son capturados en estas 20…

Momentos que marcaron la historia para siempre son capturados en estas 20 asombrosas imágenes

Bid now on Pablo Picasso, Son Claude and Jean Cocteau at a Bullfight, Vallauris, France by Brian Brake. View a wide Variety of artworks by Brian Brake, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Einstein on the beach

18 Photos Of Albert Einstein Being Super Chill

Albert Einstein on the beach wearing what most common people today would bark, "Those are Women's shoes!" (Sandals with a slight heel)

Pablo Picasso  Brigitte Bardot, 1956 pic.twitter.com/FYYXH6rFLQ

Historical Pics on

When Bardot met Picasso… the only Man who could Resist her. Sereis of photos from when Brigitte visited Pablo Picasso at his studio at Vallauris outside Cannes during film festival of 1956

Film director Elia Kazan, from an unpublished letter to Tennesse Williams. Kazan is asking Williams to add a speech in praise of bohemianism to his liberal-leaning script for “Camino Real”:

The artist painter Paul Gauguin playing the harmonium in Alfons Mucha’s studio at rue de la Grande-Chaumière, Paris , 1895 by Alfons Mucha gauguin mucha mucha instrument piano

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