Henri Matisse, The Windshield, 1917
Piet Mondrian, Amaryllis, watercolor, 1910
Thank you for suggesting Piet Mondrian for this week’s Themed Thursday topic of nonobjective art, Carrie!
Sir Edward John Poynter, Cave of the Storm Nymphs, c. 1903
This is a great practice piece for Slow Art Day. Why don’t you take a few minutes looking at this work to see what you can discover?
John Atkinson Grimshaw, Blackman Street, London, c. 1885
M.C. Escher, 1969
The snake is a symbol of fertility and growth, which parallels how Slow Art Day has stretched to over 159 cities in 22 countries.
Max Ernst, The Postman Cheval, 1932
Vincent Van Gogh, Fishing Boats at Sea, oil on canvas, 1888
We love the texture of this beautiful painting, what a great practice piece for Slow Art Day!
Mario Tozzi, I Giochi (Giovani), 1969