Showing posts with label prints. Show all posts
Showing posts with label prints. Show all posts

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Cécile Reims ... burin and dry-point prints




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Cécile Reims ~ Metamorphoses ~ 1957-1958 



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Cécile Reims ~ Metamorphoses ~ 1957-1958 



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Ephemeral being ~ 2003


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Sacred liquor - 2003-2004 




Sunday, April 14, 2013

Ian Hugo...Engravings... 1940's



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Between ~ 1941



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Ain't Necessarily So ~ 1945




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 Baba-Lu-Aye ~ 1942




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Symphony ~ 1943



Saturday, July 28, 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Paolo Farinati...The Punishment of Marsyas...1573


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Agathias (c. 536-582 AD)
translated by Richard Garnett

Satyr, whose listening ear so low is bent
Breathes with spontaneous strain thine instrument?
Smiling and silent thou remainest bound
In silvery fetters of delightful sound;
For sure that lifelong figure here doth dwell
Fixed not by Painting's, but by Music's spell.


Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Antonius Eisenhoit (around 1553-1603)... print ...Haeresis Dea... 1589




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I thought it was time to blog this image as i still get lots of enquiries on it since i first posted it back when i started blogging on myspace about 2007, and HERE she is in her detailed glory, enjoy!



Saturday, January 14, 2012

Frank von Sepp... illustrations for Faust 1921...





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Fill your heart to overflowing, 
and when you feel profoundest bliss, 
then call it what you will: 
Good fortune! Heart! Love! or God! 
I have no name for it! 
Feeling is all; 
the name is sound and smoke, 
beclouding Heaven's glow.



MEPHISTOPHELES The modest truth I speak to thee.
If Man, the microcosmic fool, can see
Himself a whole so frequently,
Part of the Part am I, once All, in primal Night,--
Part of the Darkness which brought forth the Light,
The haughty light, which mow disputes the space,
And claims of Mother Night her ancient place.
And yet, the struggle fails; since Light, however weaves,
Still, fettered, unto bodies cleaves:
It flows from bodies, bodies beautifies;
By bodies is its course impeded;
And so, but little time is needed,
I hope, ere, as the bodies die, it dies! 



from Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



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Saturday, August 13, 2011

Arthur Boyd... print....1993



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The poet rejecting his Muse 1993 ~ from "The Writer and his Muse"series


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