Gustav Klimt, Lake Attersee. A “frame filled with lake water” is what one contemporary art critic called Gustav Klimt’s 1901 painting of Lake Attersee. Although several commentators are of the opinion that this lake painting is almost even abstract, it was precisely such radical reduction that enabled Klimt to put to canvas the actual mood evoked by the lake.
Colorful view - Iceland I have never seen such colorful landscape as we have seen on Laugavegur trek.
Andy Goldsworthy 4.3.3 Discuss the motivation for works of art such as those by Christo and Jeanne Claude, Goldsworthy, and The Smithsonian, who use natural materials, natural environment and earthscapes
A Man in a Room - Rembrandt
The Genius and Sensitivity of Bernini - simply unbelieveable that this is stone
Yves Klein. Blue Venus, 1962.
Bernini you are my favorite FAVORITE. That he could make stone look like a transparent veil is stupendous
Chinese garden statue. Love the colours that have formed on her.
You won’t find any locks on these beautifully mystical moon doors (otherwise known as moon gates), a traditional design element of Chinese gardens.