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semi-dashing colons;
louros:

INV ; 73x58cm ; oil on paper 
Lou Ros 2011

louros:

INV ; 73x58cm ; oil on paper 

Lou Ros 2011

Explosion (1917) by George Grosz

Grosz’s image of a burning, shattered Berlin is an allegory of destruction created shortly after he was discharged from the German army as “permanently unfit.”

Explosion (1917) by George Grosz

Grosz’s image of a burning, shattered Berlin is an allegory of destruction created shortly after he was discharged from the German army as “permanently unfit.”

Pablo Picasso’s “Woman Asleep at a Table”(1936) 

In autumn 1936 Picasso moved his lover Marie-Thérèse Walter and their year-old daughter, Maya, to a country house outside Paris, near Fontainebleau, belonging to the art dealer Ambroise Vollard. Although Picasso frequently depicted Marie-Thérèse asleep, this work may also reflect the sweet exhaustion of the new mother-as well as the perplexity of the fifty-five-year-old father: when Picasso painted this canvas, he had already met Dora Maar, his new lover. One year later, Picasso would use the same restricted palette for the large mural “Guernica”

Pablo Picasso’s “Woman Asleep at a Table”(1936) 

In autumn 1936 Picasso moved his lover Marie-Thérèse Walter and their year-old daughter, Maya, to a country house outside Paris, near Fontainebleau, belonging to the art dealer Ambroise Vollard. Although Picasso frequently depicted Marie-Thérèse asleep, this work may also reflect the sweet exhaustion of the new mother-as well as the perplexity of the fifty-five-year-old father: when Picasso painted this canvas, he had already met Dora Maar, his new lover. One year later, Picasso would use the same restricted palette for the large mural “Guernica”