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Borron

The influence of Photoshop, Illustrator and the app on today's new contemporary painting. Featuring Bernard Frize, Fiona Rae, Tomory Dodge and Yago Hortal.

On a war path

Robert Capa, Paris 26 August 1944 one of the second tier iconic photos from WWII. Would have been first tier if the child was not picking his nose

The Cayuse-Nez Percé Sketchbook, "is an important illustration of Native American art and history at a time when traditional native means of communication were discouraged by the policies of the government of the United States. This sketchbook, thirty-two drawings in a school composition book, is believed to be the last of these records, having been discovered in the early part of the 20th century, a time when this form of record-keeping had come to an end." - from the Special Collections…

The Cayuse-Nez Percé Sketchbook, "is an important illustration of Native American art and history at a time when traditional native means of communication were discouraged by the policies of the government of the United States. This sketchbook, thirty-two drawings in a school composition book, is believed to be the last of these records, having been discovered in the early part of the 20th century, a time when this form of record-keeping had come to an end." - from the Special Collections…

The Third Man (1949)

Still from The Third Man, Director: Carol Reed; Director of Photography: Robert Krasker; Cinematographer Robert Krasker can take a huge amount of the credit.

Turmoil by: Ray Ferrer

“Turmoil” – Spray Paint on Canvas by Me

Read all of the posts by urbanwallart on Ray Ferrer - Emotion on Canvas

Firenze series by Gerhard Richter, Using thick, luscious oil paint, Richter distorts his photographs to bring a new dimension to his works- its just makes you want to reach out and touch it!

Firenze series by Gerhard Richter, Using thick, luscious oil paint, Richter distorts his photographs to bring a new dimension to his works- its just makes you want to reach out and touch it!

William Theophilus Brown Snake Dancer, 1967

The New Mexico Museum of Art collects and presents modern and contemporary art from New Mexico and the world.

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