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irisgrace,Girl artist, who lives in the UK with his parents and Thula cat, creates works that have been compared to impressionist paintings of Monet, by collectors around the world

irisgrace,Girl artist, who lives in the UK with his parents and Thula cat, creates works that have been compared to impressionist paintings of Monet, by collectors around the world

Menina de 5 anos autista artista :D

Menina de 5 anos autista artista :D

Iris Grace + Thula

Fotos revelam a amizade comovente de uma autista de cinco anos com seu gato

Iris Grace + Thula

Banksy in NOLA

Banksy in NOLA

Paul Cézanne

Obras de Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne

Mary Cassatt - Sara Holding a Cat, 1908

Pinturas com gatos

Mary Cassatt - Sara Holding a Cat, 1908

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Artista japonês cria obras de arte com recortes de papel

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Menina De 6 Anos Com Autismo Cria Arte Impressionante E Angelina Jolie Acaba De Comprar Sua Pintura!

Menina De 6 Anos Com Autismo Cria Arte Impressionante E Angelina Jolie Acaba De Comprar Sua Pintura!

Fotos e vídeo da vida e obra de Iris Grace, uma menina de 6 anos com autismo que cria arte impressionante.

Reprodução

Reprodução

Dream Door 24 by Ana Rosina: Art

Dream Door 24 by Ana Rosina: Art

I LOVE these videos :o)

I LOVE these videos :o)

Iris Grace + Thula

Fotos revelam a amizade comovente de uma autista de cinco anos com seu gato

Iris Grace + Thula

Iris Grace + Thula

Fotos revelam a amizade comovente de uma autista de cinco anos com seu gato

Iris Grace + Thula

Belezinha!

Belezinha!

I read "Huckleberry Finn" when I was in elementary school and just didn't get it. The Southern colloquialisms and adventure narrative left me feeling alienated. Then I read it in high school, after I had developed a taste for satire (thank you, Monty Python) and was smitten. I was even more intrigued by "Letters From the Earth." As with Oscar Wilde, Twain's writing seems to conjure up his spirit, and taunt you with speculation about how scintillating conversation with him must have been.

I read "Huckleberry Finn" when I was in elementary school and just didn't get it. The Southern colloquialisms and adventure narrative left me feeling alienated. Then I read it in high school, after I had developed a taste for satire (thank you, Monty Python) and was smitten. I was even more intrigued by "Letters From the Earth." As with Oscar Wilde, Twain's writing seems to conjure up his spirit, and taunt you with speculation about how scintillating conversation with him must have been.

Só dando uma espiada no movimento!

Só dando uma espiada no movimento!