A single day spent doing things which fail to nourish the soul is a day stolen, mutilated, and discarded in the gutter of destiny ~ Michel Faber ~
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ymutate:

Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921), The Blood of Medusa, 1898
Colored pencils on paper
found here
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amare-habeo:

Lode Sebregts (Belgian, 1906-2002) - Cathedral, 1963
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russian-style:

Marianna Werewkina (or Marianne von Werefkin) - Unnamed, 1910th
Well, here is a great female artist and one of the founders of Expressionism. She started with icon-painting (that’s common story for many Russian avant-garde artists, even for Malevich and Tatlin). Than she studied in Petersburg, and Ilya Repin was her teacher. 
She was, together with Kandinsky, Franz Marc, Gabriele Munter etc member of the group of artists “Der Blaue Reiter” - fundamental movement to whole Expressionism. 
So you can see, how amazing her paintings are (sure, I’ll post more of them).
Noticeable that in 1888 Marianna shot her right hand, and for a long period painting for her was a very difficult process. 
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leprincelointain:

Odilon Redon (1840-1916), La Douleur - 1893
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hipinuff:

Naum Gabo (American, b. Russia,1890-1977), Nocturne,1943. Oil on paper 24.8 x 20 cm.
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hipinuff:

Paul Klee (Swiss:1879-1940), Dance of the Moth, 1923.  Oil transfer drawing, pencil and watercolor on paper with watercolor, pen and gouache marginal stripes, mounted on card, 51.5 x 32.5 cm,  Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan
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inneroptics:

Self-Portrait-
Ralph Bartholomew
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dada4you:

Michel Henricot
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“Lure of the City” by Hugh Ferriss
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arsarteetlabore:

Austin Osman Spare
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arsarteetlabore:

Le Sanctuaire du doute - Gerard Trignac
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poboh:

Sea surf, figure on the rock, 1910, František Kobliha. Czech (1877 - 1962)
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arsarteetlabore:

Bill Brandt
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walzerjahrhundert:

Ignatius Taschner, Electricity, 1898
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arsarteetlabore:

Anton Josef Trcka - Egon Schiele in front of his Painting Begegnung, 1914