Friday, October 28, 2011
For Spoke Art’s 2nd annual, “Bad Dads: A...:
Black light paintings...:
Black light paintings by John Watkiss (acrylic on plastic) on sale at the link.
Woman Member of the Secret Service, Olive H. Doyle (by The U.S. National Archives)
The Stylophone 350s by dübreq - owner’s manual,...:
The Stylophone 350s by dübreq - owner’s manual, 1970s.
Kenyon Cox - The Silver Hand Glass  by...:
Kenyon Cox (October 27, 1856 – March 17, 1919) was an American painter, illustrator, muralist, writer, and teacher. Cox’s art was very different from the cubist, neo-impressionist, fauvist, expressionist and modernist styles that emerged during his lifetime. He advocated careful drawing and modulated colour, and he frequently used allegory and symbolism to present his ideas. Kenyon Cox painted in the realistic manner and earned a reputation for landscapes, portraits and genre studies. His idealised nudes and traditional treatment of classical themes had little in common with the popular avant-garde art of the day.
[Oil on canvas, 61.2 x 50.8 cm]
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
This painting was in a Pepsi ad...:
Unknown Artist (by oldcarguy41)
This painting was in a Pepsi ad in November 1959.
Bobbing For Apples (by Namey McNamerson)
Postmarked October 1908, and delivered to Miss Edna Harris of Stockport, Ohio (from “Your Coz, F.A.H.”).
President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell...:
President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell at the White House, Washington, DC
photo by Yoichi Okamoto, 1963
Preparations for the battle at the front, 1915:
Preparations for the battle at the front, 1915