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Antônio Rafael Pinto Bandeira - "Moça sentad", 1886 oil on canvas Museu Antônio Parreiras Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Antônio Rafael Pinto Bandeira - "Moça sentad", 1886 oil on canvas Museu Antônio Parreiras Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

dynamicafrica:   Circle of Edwin Long (British, 1829-1891), Portrait of a Moor. Oil on canvas, 16 x 12 in. (40.7 x 30.5 cm.)

dynamicafrica: Circle of Edwin Long (British, 1829-1891), Portrait of a Moor. Oil on canvas, 16 x 12 in. (40.7 x 30.5 cm.)

It's no secret that the great Northwest has a world renowned art scene and La Conner happens to be home to many of the artists and a thriving creative community. See amazing artwork from local and surrounding area artists during your stay at the Channel Lodge or Country Inn. inspiration awaits! Gwen Knight's retrospective exhibit is at La Conner's Museum of Northwest Art

Saturday Q&A: Painter gets her due after Jacob's death

It's no secret that the great Northwest has a world renowned art scene and La Conner happens to be home to many of the artists and a thriving creative community. See amazing artwork from local and surrounding area artists during your stay at the Channel Lodge or Country Inn. inspiration awaits! Gwen Knight's retrospective exhibit is at La Conner's Museum of Northwest Art

✨ Sophie Anderson (1823-1903) - The flower girl, Capri, signed and inscribed 'S. Anderson/ Capri' (lower right), oil on canvas, 36 x 28 in. (91.4 x 71.2 cm.)

✨ Sophie Anderson (1823-1903) - The flower girl, Capri, signed and inscribed 'S. Anderson/ Capri' (lower right), oil on canvas, 36 x 28 in. (91.4 x 71.2 cm.)

Profoundly brilliant works, created over more than three decades.

Kerry James Marshall’s Paintings

Profoundly brilliant works, created over more than three decades.

Illuminaries: Edgar Maxence

Illuminaries: Edgar Maxence

Frank Albert Jones spent the final five years of his life creating art in the Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville, a place he called "the devil house," after the "haints," or ghosts, he claimed to have witnessed roaming the cellblocks. Using red and blue pencil stubs stolen from the prison accounting office where he worked, Jones depicted these haints locked inside abstract, prisonlike structures, and sold these paranormal drawings in biannual art sales operated by the penitentiary.

Frank Albert Jones spent the final five years of his life creating art in the Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville, a place he called "the devil house," after the "haints," or ghosts, he claimed to have witnessed roaming the cellblocks. Using red and blue pencil stubs stolen from the prison accounting office where he worked, Jones depicted these haints locked inside abstract, prisonlike structures, and sold these paranormal drawings in biannual art sales operated by the penitentiary.

Elizabeth Catlett (African American artist) whom moved to Mexico to escape Racism

Elizabeth Catlett (African American artist) whom moved to Mexico to escape Racism

Eugen von Blaas (Albano, 1843– Venice, 1931) - Venetian Woman by ARTECULTURA, via Flickr

Eugen von Blaas (Albano, 1843– Venice, 1931) - Venetian Woman by ARTECULTURA, via Flickr

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