Reflejos
"Whoever does not move among works of art as if among dangerous animals does not know among what he moves." - Nicolás Gómez Dávila
valscrapbook:
Un bouquet et un chat… 

(Source: myfotolog)

Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin
Still Life with Cat and Fish, c. 1728
Oil on canvas,  79 x 63 cm

Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin

Still Life with Cat and Fish, c. 1728

Oil on canvas,  79 x 63 cm

alongtimealone:
Andre Derain (French 1880-1954)
Self portrait with his family in 1939
(via renzodionigi)

alongtimealone:

Andre Derain (French 1880-1954)

Self portrait with his family in 1939

(via renzodionigi)

teresawillcox:

knitwitsblog:
Baby can knit 
beyondsomewhere:

Photography by Henry Cartier Bresson.

beyondsomewhere:

Photography by 
Henry Cartier Bresson.

(Source: niledavies)

alongtimealone:

Henri (by WillBraden)

(Watch this. You’ll thank me.)

Matisse and his cat
(from a robert capa photo ‘49)
Mariah O’Neill

Matisse and his cat

(from a robert capa photo ‘49)

Mariah O’Neill


Pierre Bonnard
"The Lunch of the Little Ones", c. 1897
The Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy, France
>^..^<

Pierre Bonnard

"The Lunch of the Little Ones", c. 1897

The Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy, France

>^..^<

Pierre BONNARD
France 1867 – 1947
Woman with Cat [La femme au chat], 1912
oil on canvas
Musée d&#8217;Orsay, Paris
"The figure seated behind a curved and tilted table strewn with random ambiguous forms is a motif found often in Bonnard’s work. The woman dressed in a dark dress looks down, away from the viewer.
The cat with ears flattened and paw upraised interacts more directly.&#8221;  
More here.  &gt;^..^&lt;

Pierre BONNARD

France 1867 – 1947

Woman with Cat [La femme au chat], 1912

oil on canvas

Musée d’Orsay, Paris

"The figure seated behind a curved and tilted table strewn with random ambiguous forms is a motif found often in Bonnard’s work. The woman dressed in a dark dress looks down, away from the viewer.

The cat with ears flattened and paw upraised interacts more directly.”  

More here.  >^..^<

Pierre Bonnard illustration for Nature Stories by Jules Renard

(Don&#8217;t be surprised if I post a series of Bonnard cats &gt;^..^&lt;, unless I find its already been done, then I&#8217;ll post that one, I&#8217;m lazy that way.)

Pierre Bonnard illustration for Nature Stories by Jules Renard

(Don’t be surprised if I post a series of Bonnard cats >^..^<, unless I find its already been done, then I’ll post that one, I’m lazy that way.)

bblacha:

The cats have figured out all the good hiding places &#8230; between the burro skull and the jackalope.
Photo: ms. stephanie brown 

bblacha:

The cats have figured out all the good hiding places … between the burro skull and the jackalope.

Photo: ms. stephanie brown 

lapapagena:

Suzanne Valadon

lapapagena:

Suzanne Valadon

Artist: Suzanne Valadon

peira:

Suzanne Valadon:  Cat Lying in front of a Bouquet of Flowers (1919)

peira:

Suzanne Valadon Cat Lying in front of a Bouquet of Flowers (1919)