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George Fuller
Girl with Turkeys, ca. 1883-1884

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George Fuller

Girl with Turkeys, ca. 1883-1884

(Source: collections.lacma.org)

— 1 year ago with 7 notes
#art history  #american  #painting  #landscape  #19th Century  #George Fuller  #turkey 
GOOSE ART TUESDAYS!!!
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Joseph Mallord William Turner
Wharfedale, with Geese in the Foreground, c.1812

GOOSE ART TUESDAYS!!!

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Joseph Mallord William Turner

Wharfedale, with Geese in the Foreground, c.1812

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
#art history  #geese in art  #british  #19th Century  #painting  #landscape  #joseph mallord william turner 
My favorite thing about this picture is the little bunny running for its life ahead of the train. Its one of those little details that art historians like to argue about. Some think it means that modernity is threatening nature and others think it means nature always wins. In my opinion, both views fit with Turner’s love and fascination of the outdoors.

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
Rain, Steam and Speed, 1844

My favorite thing about this picture is the little bunny running for its life ahead of the train. Its one of those little details that art historians like to argue about. Some think it means that modernity is threatening nature and others think it means nature always wins. In my opinion, both views fit with Turner’s love and fascination of the outdoors.

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Joseph Mallord William Turner

Rain, Steam and Speed, 1844

— 1 year ago with 50 notes
#painting  #art history  #romanticism  #landscape  #british  #19th Century  #Joseph Mallord William Turner  #modernity