skullsinthestars @drskyskull Professor of optical physics, blogger of physics, history of physics, and pulp fiction. Opinions are my own (and, of course, mighty Cthulhu's) Aug. 15, 2017 45 min read

How about a random thread of paintings that I love to break up the monotonous misery? Add your own! #PaintingsILove

Edward Middleton Manigault: Six Women, Adagio (1912). In the Mint Museum in Charlotte. #PaintingsILove

Arnold Böcklin: Isle of the Dead (1880). In the Kunstmuseum Basel.

Johannes Vermeer: Girl with a Pearl Earring (1665). Like @msbellows & Rembrandt, I was captivated when I saw this in person at Mauritshuis.

Thérèse Schwartze: Portrait of a Young Woman, with Puck the Dog (1879), Rijksmuseum. #PaintingsILove

George Hendrik Breitner: Girl in a White Kimono (1894). Looks so much more brilliant in person. #PaintingsILove

The colors in Van Gogh's Almond Blossoms (1890) are perfection, in my opinion. #PaintingsILove

Raphael: The School of Athens (1509). In the Vatican Museums. #PaintingsILove

Jac van Looij, Summer Luxuriance (1890), at the Rijksmuseum. #PaintingsILove

Edward Hopper, Nighthawks (1942), at the Art Institute of Chicago. #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for now, by @artologica! In my office.

Please share more #PaintingsILove! Will RT more a little later; going to do some math now...

Hale Woodruff: Twilight (1926). At the Art Institute of Chicago. #PaintingsILove

Archibald John Motley, Jr.: Nightlife (1943). At the Art Institute of Chicago. #PaintingsILove

Last one of my #PaintingsILove before a break. Federico de Madrazo: Amalia de Llano y Dotres, Countess of Vilches (1853).

One more #PaintingsILove: Remedios Varo, Paraíso de los gatos (1955).

Unknown artist: Sketch of Vesuvius erupting (after 1821). At the Met. #PaintingsILove

Last #PaintingsILove by me for now: Claude Monet: Morning on the Seine near Giverny (1897). At the Met.

Okay, one more #PaintingsILove.

Fernando: Saint Catherine of Alexandria (1510), in the Museo del Prado. #PaintingsILove

Ribera: Allegory of Dawn (1819), in the Museo del Prado.

Rosa Bonheur, El Cid (1879), in the Museo del Prado. #PaintingsILove

So @OceanWave117 makes a good point about videogame concept art being awesome. Here's Mike Azevedo, for Horizon: Zero Dawn.

Speaking of more popular art, I still have a print of Clyde Caldwell's Azure Bonds (1988). #PaintingsILove

Not sure how this didn't make the #PaintingsILove list yet. Hokusai: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (1829).

Manuel Domínguez Sánchez: Margaret before the Mirror (1866). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for now: Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry, The Pearl and the Wave (1862).

Albert Bierstadt: Sunrise on the Matterhorn (1875). At the Met. #PaintingsILove

Auguste Renoir: Young Girl Bathing (1892). At the Met. #PaintingsILove

Max Ernst: L'Ange du Foyer (1937). #PaintingsILove

Mickalene Thomas, Portrait of Mnonja (1971). #PaintingsILove

Patssi Valdez, The Magic Room (1994). #PaintingsILove

John Singleton Copley: St. Cecilia, A Portrait (c. 1800). #PaintingsILove

Julie Heffernan: Self Portrait as Wunderkabinett (2003), at the Mint Museum in Charlotte. #PaintingsILove

Mark Bradford: Amendment #8 (2014). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for me tonight: Hughie Lee-Smith: Confrontation (1970), at the Smithsonian.

Jacques-Louis Davis: Portrait of Madame Récamier (1800). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bierstadt: A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt. Rosalie (1866). #PaintingsILove

Titian: Venus of Urbino (1538). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch, The Day After (1894). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch, The Oak (1906), in Thielska Galleriet. #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: Young Woman on the Beach (1896). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: The Mystery of a Summer Night (1892). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: The Murderer (1910). Turns out "The Scream" is one of Munch's *less* creepy paintings. #PaintingsILove

One more Edvard Munch: Lady From the Sea (1896). #PaintingsILove

Walter Sickert: Miss Minnie Cunningham (1892). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Fields (1877). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Eugene Murer at his Pastry Oven (1877). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Picking Peas (1887). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Big Walnut Tree at Eragny (1892). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Sunset, Rouen (1898). #PaintingsILove

John Collier: Lady Godiva (1898), at the Herbert Art Gallery. #PaintingsILove

John William Waterhouse: The Unwelcome Companion: A Street Scene in Cairo (1872). #PaintingsILove

John William Waterhouse: The Lady of Shalott (1888). #PaintingsILove

Albert Joseph Moore: Midsummer (1887). #PaintingsILove

John Atkinson Grimshaw: Shipping on the Clyde (1881). #PaintingsILove

Lawrence Alma-Tadema: Unconscious Rivals 1893). #PaintingsILove

John Atkinson Grimshaw, Boar Lane (n.d.). #PaintingsILove

James Tissot, The Thames (1876). I love this painting because it was scandalous for its time in a non-obvious way. #PaintingsILove

Look above the man's head -- there's a bare-chested ship figurehead. That was Tissot's Victorian-era "thought-bubble!"

James Tissot: The Apparition (1885). (Technically a mezzotint, I believe, but whatevs.) #PaintingsILove

One more James Tissot: A Girl in an Armchair (1872). The detail on the dress is lovely. #PaintingsILove

Okay, I lied; one more. James Tissot: The Bunch of Lilacs (1875). Look at the reflection! #PaintingsILove

This #PaintingsILove thread has all by itself really reinvigorated my love of art.

Again, if you'd like to see the whole #PaintingsILove thread, with suggestions from me and others, here's Storify:  https://storify.com/drskyskull/paintings-i-love-painting-is-love 

John Michael Wright: Elizabeth Claypole (1658). #PaintingsILove

Laura Knight: Land Army Girl (1939). #PaintingsILove

Laura Knight: Self-Portrait with Nude (1913). #PaintingsILove

Sir John Everett Millais: Louise Jane Jopling (1879). #PaintingsILove

Gustave Moreau: La Chimere (1876). #PaintingsILove

Maurice Quentin de La Tour: Self-portrait with Lace Jabot (1751). Maurice's selfie game was strong. #PaintingsILove

Maurice Quentin de La Tour: Emilie du Chatelet (n.d.). Chatelet is a famous groundbreaking woman mathematician! #PaintingsILove

Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun: Self-portrait in a Straw Hat (1782). #PaintingsILove

Running through a bunch of #PaintingsILove so I can close browser tabs.

Jacques-Louis David: Mademoiselle Guimard as Terpsichore (1774). Look at the lovely colors here. #PaintingsILove

John Atkinson Grimshaw: The Haunted House (1870s?). #PaintingsILove

Piet Mondrian: Evening; Red Tree (1908). A nice Mondrian painting before he went all minimalist. #PaintingsILove

François Boucher: Madame de Pompadour (1756). #PaintingsILove

Fernand Léger: Nude Model in the Studio (1912). #PaintingsILove

Re: last painting. I like to imagine that, after standing all day naked, Léger's nude model kicked the crap out of him when she saw result.

André Devambez: La Charge (1902). Eerily relevant to events even of the past 24 hours. #PaintingsILove

Paul Signac: The Pine Tree at Saint Tropez (1909). #PaintingsILove

Paul Signac: Entrée du port de la Rochelle (1921). #PaintingsILove

I hope everyone is still enjoying this #PaintingsILove thread because I'm kinda obsessed by it these days.

Édouard Vuillard: Le Grand Teddy (1918). Painting commissioned for Paris cafe named after Teddy Roosevelt! #PaintingsILove

Franz Marc: Die Wolfe (1913). Allegorical depiction of events leading to WWI. At Albright-Knox Gallery. #PaintingsILove

One last #PaintingsILove for the night. Edvard Munch: The Murderer in the Lane (1919). Munch had issues.

John Atkinson Grimshaw: Golden Light (1893). #PaintingsILove

Georges de La Tour: Dice-Players (1651). #PaintingsILove

Caspar David Friedrich: Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (1818). #PaintingsILove

Katsushika Hokusai: (The Ghost of) Kohada Koheiji (1833). #PaintingsILove

I don't think I added this yet? Maurice Denis: Wave (1916). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: Vampire (1895). (Was not originally titled "Vampire", but picked it up later!) #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro - Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes, Winter (1872). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Bridge at Montfoucault (1874). #PaintingsILove

John Atkinson Grimshaw: Blackman Street, London (1885). #PaintingsILove

Lilla Cabot Perry: Suruga Bay, Azaleas (1900). #PaintingsILove

Lilla Cabot Perry: The Cellist (n.d.). #PaintingsILove

Chris Ofili: The Upper Room: Mono Morado (2002). #PaintingsILove

One more tonight. Auguste Toulmouche: Young Woman in an Interior (1881). #PaintingsILove

John William Godward: Under the Blossom that Hangs on the Bough (1917). #PaintingsILove

William Hodges: A View of Cape Stephens in Cook's Straits New Zealand with Waterspout (1776). #PaintingsILove

John Martin: Destruction of Tyre (1840). #PaintingsILove

Henry Fuseli: The Nightmare (1781). #PaintingsILove

Filipp Malyavin: Farandole (1926). #PaintingsILove #INeedToCloseSomeBrowserTabs

Charles Blackman: Flowers Turning into the Moon (1970s?). #PaintingsILove

John Martin: The Destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum (1822). #PaintingsILove

John William Godward: When the heart is young (1902). Just discovered Godward & am hooked. #PaintingsILove

I mean, look at this. John William Godward: The quite pet (1906). #PaintingsILove

One more John William Godward: Idleness (1900). #PaintingsILove #Kitteh

Zdzislaw Beksinsky: Untitled (n.d.). #PaintingsILove

John William Godward: Flabellifera (1905). #PaintingsILove Dude definitely had a thing for ladies on animal skin rugs.

One more #PaintingsILove before I step away for a while: Romul Nutiu: Blue Waterfall (2011).

Charles Blackman: Breakfast nook (1988). #PaintingsILove

Marsden Hartley: Valley Road (1920). #PaintingsILove

Janet Fish: Monkey Business (2005). #PaintingsILove

François Boucher: Louise O'Murphy (1752). #PaintingsILove Mistress of King Louis XV! O_O

Lawren Harris: Algoma Hill (1920). #PaintingsILove

Caspar David Friedrich: Two Men Contemplating the Moon (1825). #PaintingsILove

Robert Lewis Reid: The Violet Kimono (1911). Last #PaintingsILove for the night!

Let me end tonight on a high note with a #PaintingsILove! Eyvind Earle: Little Jewels (1990). #goodnight

Eyvind Earle: Fog Enshrouded (1992). #PaintingsILove

Karl Schrag: Barn Studio in Moonlight (c. 1990?). #PaintingsILove

Fyodor Vasilyev: On the Island Valaam (1869). #PaintingsILove

Daniel Ridgway Knight: Reverie (1866). #PaintingsILove

Winslow Homer: Sunset Fires (1880). #PaintingsILove

Mykola Yaroshenko: Gypsy Woman (1886). #PaintingsILove

Oleksandr Murashko: Girl in a Red Hat (1903). #PaintingsILove

Thomas Pollock Anshutz: A Rose (1907). #PaintingsILove

Barrington Watson: Broom Crew (From the Garden Party) (1976). #PaintingsILove

Georges Lacombe: Blue Seascape, Wave Effect (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Georges Lacombe: Some Waves (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Georges Lacombe: In the Forest (1909). #PaintingsILove

Wolfgang Paalen: Study for Totem Landscape of my Childhood (1937). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for the night: Morgan Russell: Cosmic Synchromy (1914).

Let's start the week off right with #PaintingsILove! Leonor Fini: Self Portrait with Scorpion (1938).

Hoca Ali Riza: Kizkulesi (Maiden's Tower) (19th-20th C.). #PaintingsILove

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Jeanne Samary in a Low Necked Dress (1877). #PaintingsILove

John William Godward: A Song without Words (1919). #PaintingsILove

John William Godward: The Favourite (1901). #PaintingsILove, cc: @PolkaDotFoxTrot

Need some WOC in #PaintingsILove! Mahmoud Saiid: Untitled (1900s).

Mahmoud Saiid: Girl in Pink Dress (1900s). #PaintingsILove

Mahmoud Saiid: Untitled (1900s). #PaintingsILove

Amrita Sher-Gil: Shringaar (1940). #PaintingsILove

Zaya: Dance (2000s?). A Mongol painter; his website:  http://www.artzaya.com/  #PaintingsILove

Théodore Chassériau: La Petra Camara (1854). Painter with Dominican roots. #PaintingsILove

Amrita Sher-Gil: Hungarian Gypsy (1932). #PaintingsILove

(H/t @shaluvk for introducing me to the work of Amrita Sher-Gil!)

Edward Munch: Girl Looking out the Window (1893). #PaintingsILove

Albert Huie: Self-Portrait (1943). #PaintingsILove

William Glackens: Bowlers, La Ciotat (1930). #PaintingsILove

Kamal-ol-Molk: Mirror Hall (1885). #PaintingsILove (last one for the night)

Zinaida Serebriakova: At the Dressing Table (1909). Insomniac #PaintingsILove edition.

Zinaida Serebriakova: Portrait of Yekaterina Heidenreich in Red 1923). #PaintingsILove

Dado: L'Atelier (1971). #PaintingsILove

Nzante Spee - Echoes of Music (1994). #PaintingsILove

One great thing about #PaintingsILove: I've gotten really far away from "the Masters", but the quality of work I find isn't lesser at all.

A lot of folks (like me) never delve into art deep enough to see how much amazing work is hiding out there that isn't well-known.

Robert Julian Onderdonk: Bluebonnets at Twilight, near San Antonio (1919). #PaintingsILove

"Onderdonk" may be the best last name I've ever heard.

Robert Julian Onderdonk: Peach Orchard on Mavericks Farm (1915). #PaintingsILove

Theo van Rysselberghe: Moonlight Night in Boulogne (19th-20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Theo van Rysselberghe: The Beach at Ambleteuse at Low Tide (1900). #PaintingsILove

Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary: Rendez-vous of Lovers (1902). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Korovin: Paris Boulevard (1939). #PaintingsILove

Zinaida Serebriakova: Portrait of a ballerina A.D. Danilova (1922). #PaintingsILove

Thomas Moran: Under the Trees (1865). #PaintingsILove

Anton Raphael Mengs: Portrait of Isabel Parreño y Arce, Marquesa de Llano (1771). #PaintingsILove

Adam Willaerts: Shipwreck off a Rocky Coast (1614). #PaintingsILove

Efim Volkov: The Party in the Summer Garden (late 1800s). #PaintingsILove

Abbott Handerson Thayer: Angel (1889). #PaintingsILove

Barnaby Furnas: Flood (2007). At the Albright-Knox Gallery. #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for the night: Arthur Beecher Carles: Woman with Red Hair (1922).

Theodor Severin Kittelsen: White Bear King Valemon (1912). More "Illustrations I Love" than #PaintingsILove, but I'll allow it.

Theo van Rysselberghe: Lavandou (19th-20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Jean Bazaine: Espagne II (1954). #PaintingsILove, at the Stedelijk Museum.

Jan Sluyters: Full moon on the water (1912). #PaintingsILove

Paul Cezanne: Forest (c. 1890). #PaintingsILove

Lest anyone say I only post women's portraits... Boris Grigoriev: Self-Portrait (c. 1910). #PaintingsILove

Signal boost, and #PaintingsILove! 😍😍 

Arkhip Kuindzhi: After a Rain (1879). #PaintingsILove

Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior: The Brazilian Lumberjack (1875). #PaintingsILove

Agnolo Bronzino: Allegorical Portrait of Dante (1530). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove right now: Kazuo Shiraga: Fire Ritual (1974).

Pierre-Paul Prud'hon: Portrait of Constance Mayer (1804). #PaintingsILove

Alfred Stevens: Portrait of Mrs Howe (1900). #PaintingsILove

Anton Azbe: Zamorka (Black Girl) (1895). #PaintingsILove

Karl Bodmer: Noapeh Assiniboin Indian (1833). #PaintingsILove

Ibrahim Salahi: A Vision of the Tomb -(1965). #PaintingsILove

Henri Matisse: Odalisque (1923). #PaintingsILove

Lavinia Fontana: Portrait of Antonietta Gonzalez (1595). #PaintingsILove

Here's the story about Antonietta Gonzalez, who had the condition hypertrichosis universalis,  http://www.historytoday.com/reviews/gonzales-sisters-and-their-world 

Anne-Louis Girodet: Portrait of a Youth (1795). I love how pissed off he looks. #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove for the night: Zinaida Serebriakova: In the Dressing Room (1924).

Michel Carrade: untitled (20th century). #PaintingsILove

Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky: Portrait of Feodor Chaliapin (c1900). #PaintingsILove (A non-boring portrait of a man.)

Stanley Spencer: Gardens In The Pound, Cookham (1936). #PaintingsILove

Antonio Dacosta: Serenata Acoriana (1940). #PaintingsILove Pretty sure I fought these two in "Bloodborne."

Mary Pratt: Hollowed Eggs for Easter (1983). #PaintingsILove Usually not a still-life fan, but the colors here... 😍

Giovanni Boldini: Girl with Black Cat (1885). Last #PaintingsILove for the moment...

Okay, ONE more, but this was too meta not to share: Giovanni Boldini: Self-portrait while looking at a painting (1865). #PaintingsILove

A couple of minutes before my committee meeting, so here's a couple #PaintingsILove. Adnan Coker: The Domes (1993).

Eyvind Earle: Black Silken Hair (1995). #PaintingsILove

Giovanni Boldini: Portrait of Madame Jilllard in Red (1912). #PaintingsILove

Federico Zandomeneghi: Girl with flowers (1884). #PaintingsILove

Franz Marc: Girl with Cat II (1912). #PaintingsILove

Laura Knight: A Deep Pool (1918). #PaintingsILove

Eyvind Earle: Crimson Sunset (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Stephan Lucian: Lakeshore Grove (1898). #PaintingsILove

Iran Darroudi: Thirst of Desert (2008). #PaintingsILove

Lynd Ward: Beowulf wrestles with Grendel. (1933). #PaintingsILove

Crap opened too many browser tabs with art. #PaintingsILove dump follows...

John Everett Millais: The Bridesmaid (1851). #PaintingsILove

Franz Xaver Winterhalter: Elisabeth Kaiserin von Osterreich (1865). #PaintingsILove

Gerardo Dottori: il Trittico della Velocita: Il Corsa (1927). #PaintingsILove

Johan Cristian Dahl:Eruption of Vesuvius (1826). #PaintingsILove

Robert Henri: Dancer of Delhi (Betalo Rubino) (1916). #PaintingsILove

Aleksandra Ekster: Women's costume for the Spanish dance (1920). #PaintingsILove

Sergey Solomko: Human Shield (c. 1915). #PaintingsILove This one is astounding and horrifying.

Valerie Jaudon: Manetta (1984). #PaintingsILove Okay, browser tabs cleared.

Nzante Spee: The Man, the Women, and the Child (1995). #PaintingsILove

Kent Bellows - Self-portrait with Wine Glass (Gluttony) (2000). #PaintingsILove and sympathize with.

A cat-themed #PaintingsILove to end the night! Henri Rousseau: Portrait of Pierre Loti (1891).

Mihaly Munkacsy: Evening in Parc Monceau (1895). #PaintingsILove

Paul Kane: Mount St. Helens erupting at night (c. 1850). #PaintingsILove

Tsuruko Yamazaki: Work (1973). #PaintingsILove

Jean-Leon Gerome: The Colossus of Memnon (1860s). #PaintingsILove

Philip de Laszlo: Portrait of a Lady (1920). #PaintingsILove

Omer Ulec: Afrika Çiçeği (1991). #PaintingsILove

Frank Dicksee: Portrait of Elsa (1880s). #PaintingsILove

Viktor Vasnetsov: Gamaun, the prophetic bird (1897). #PaintingsILove

Kay Sage: Margin of Silence (1942). #PaintingsILove

Janet Fish: Cut Peach, Blue Vase (1993). #PaintingsILove

Jean Metzinger: Parc Monceau (1906). #PaintingsILove

Jean Metzinger: Le Flamant rose et le voilier (1907). #PaintingsILove

Leonor Fini: Portrait de la Princesse Nawal Toussoun (1952). #PaintingsILove (cc: @PolkaDotFoxTrot)

Ferdynand Ruszczyc: Nec mergitur (1905). #PaintingsILove

Henri Martin: Fountain in Marquayrol (1885). #PaintingsILove

Viorel Marginean - unknown title - (1980s?). #PaintingsILove

Gerardo Dottori: Crucifixion (1928). #PaintingsILove

Wolf Kahn: Yellowstone Silhouette (2008). #PaintingsILove

Katsushika Hokusai: The Dragon of Smoke Escaping from Mount Fuji (18th-19th c.). #PaintingsILove This is so cool.

Must share Albert Joseph Moore's A Venus (1869) because she has clearly been working the crunches HARD. #PaintingsILove

Fernando de Szyszlo: Trashumantes (2004). #PaintingsILove

Francis Picabia: Sunrise (1924). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove, then back to focusing on work! Hiro Yamagata: Moulin Rouge (1977).

A #PaintingsILove break! Here's Ion Theodorescu-Sion: Lux in tenebris lucet (1909).

Some more #PaintingsILove: Ion Theodorescu-Sion: Woman in the Park (1919).

Anders Zorn: Misses Solomon (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Eyvind Earle: Moon Bath (1988). #PaintingsILove

Toro Okamoto: Men Aflame (1955). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bloch: Summer Night (1913). #PaintingsILove

Some #PaintingsILove cuteness to end the night: Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Tama the Japanese dog (1876).

Leonor Fini: Memoire des fragments passes (1984). #PaintingsILove

LeRoy Neiman: Resting Tiger (late 20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior: Portrait of a Young Woman (c. 1880). #PaintingsILove "OMG, Dad, give me a break."

Augustus John: A West Indian Girl (1940). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bierstadt: Island of New Providence (1891). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bierstadt: Autumn Woods (1886). #PaintingsILove

Afewerk Tekle: The Maskal Flower (1959). #PaintingsILove

Edward Middleton Manigault: The Rocket (1909). #PaintingsILove

I'm kind of horrified that Manigault is reputed to have destroyed over 200 of his own paintings. :-\  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Middleton_Manigault 

Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz: Nova Aurigae (1918). #PaintingsILove

Some morning #PaintingsILove! George Mavroides: Nino (2000).

Gerard Sekoto: The Jazz Band (1965). #PaintingsILove

Okay, a couple of more #PaintingsILove during lunch break! Claude Monet: Impression, sunrise (1873).

Robert Julian Onderdonk: Cactus in Bloom (1915). #PaintingsILove

Jeez, my #PaintingsILove thread has been going on since August 15!

Max Ernst: The Barbarians (1937). Max had issues. #PaintingsILove

Marc Chagall: Bride with a Fan (1911). #PaintingsILove

Romero Britto: Mona Cat (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Yves Klein: Horse (1949). #PaintingsILove

Final #PaintingsILove for the night: Claude Monet: Japan's (Camille Monet in Japanese Costume) (1876).

Morning #PaintingsILove! Amrita Sher-Gil: Two Elephants (1940).

#PaintingsILove Taro Okamoto: Mask (1975).

Robert Julian Onderdonk: Bluebonnets, Late Afternoon, North of San Antonio (1920). #PaintingsILove Dude loved his bluebonnets.

Amrita Sher-Gil: Sumair (1936). #PaintingsILove

Ernst Fuchs: Cherub with an Amethyst (1969). #PaintingsILove

Ernst Fuchs: Eight world - laments over the cosmic egg (1947). Have a trippy Friday, all. #PaintingsILove

Edwin Henry Landseer: Saved (19th c.). #PaintingsILove (cc: dog-lover @lilfidget)

Giovanni Boldini: Portrait of the Marchesa Luisa Casati with a Greyhound (1908). Last #PaintingsILove for the moment...

John William Waterhouse: Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May (1909). #PaintingsILove This title seems really ominous to me today.

Jimmy Ernst: A Time for Fear (1949). Titles of some of these #PaintingsILove are a little too on the nose...

A bedtime #PaintingsILove! Henri Rousseau: Corner of the Plateau of Bellevue - (1901).

Didn't do any #PaintingsILove Saturday! Here's a couple. Rene Magritte: Black Magic (1934).

Leon Wyczolkowski: Pejzaz Z Jaremcza (1910). #PaintingsILove

David Park: Boston Street Scene (1954). #PaintingsILove

T.C. Steele: Vernon Beeches (1892). #PaintingsILove

Saturnino Herran: Mujer Con Calabaza (1917). #PaintingsILove

Cuno Amiet: Sunspots (1904). #PaintingsILove

Jahar Dasgupta: Eternal Love VI (c. 2008). #PaintingsILove

M.H. Maxy: Electric Madonna (1926). #PaintingsILove

Basuki Abdullah: Portait of a Dancer (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

George Frederick Watts: Mammon (1884). #PaintingsILove

Augustus John: The Two Jamaican Girls (1937). #PaintingsILove

Kent Bellows: Philip K. Dick (1975). #PaintingsILove

Guy Rose: The Green Parasol (1911). #PaintingsILove

Theo van Rysselberghe: The Woman in White (1907). #PaintingsILove

Happy Monday! Here's a cute #PaintingsILove to start the week. Remedios Varo: Cosmic Energy (20th c.).

Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio: Portrait of a Youth Holding an Arrow (1500). #PaintingsILove

Theodore Gericault: The Epsom Derby (1821). This #PaintingsILove may end up in my cat physics book! (See if you can guess why!)

Rene Magritte: The submissive reader (1928), aka "How I read twitter these days." #PaintingsILove

Peter Max: Four Seasons - Spring (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Yves Tanguy: Palace on windows rocks (1942). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bierstadt: On the Saco (late 1800s). #PaintingsILove

Gustave Caillebotte: The Nap (1877). This piece really, really speaks to me. #PaintingsILove

Last #PaintingsILove for the night! William James Glackens: Young Woman in Green (1915). I love her expression.

Okay, I lied, one more #PaintingsILove. Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior: Girl with a Book (1850). The thoughtful expression is perfection.

Alfred Manessier: Salve Regina (1945). #PaintingsILove

Gabriel von Max: Monkey before skeleton (1900). #PaintingsILove

Theophile Steinlen: The summer: cat on a balustrade (1909). Some things are always the same. #PaintingsILove

Parmigianino: A Turkish Slave (1533). #PaintingsILove

Iran Darroudi: Steadfastness (1987). #PaintingsILove

Charles Wilbert White: The Gospel Singers (c. 1950). #PaintingsILove

Robert Williams: Psychic Pedestrians on a Spiral Horizon (Barycenter) (1970). #PaintingsILove

Balthus: The Cat in the Mirror (1990). #PaintingsILove

John Henry Twachtman: The White Bridge (1900). #PaintingsILove

Have been doing #PaintingsILove daily for nearly a month and still no shortage of love. This has been an enlightening and wonderful effort.

Paul Wonner: Still Life with Napkins and Gift Box (1981). Still life paintings rarely do it for me, but this is a #PaintingsILove.

Francisco Goya: The Great He-Goat or Witches Sabbath (1821). From Goya's "no fucks left to give" period. #PaintingsILove

Dorothea Tanning: Deirdre (1940). #PaintingsILove

Emil Nolde: Stormy sea (early 20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Adolph Menzel: The Iron Rolling Mill (Modern Cyclopes) (1875). Good painting can bring out the beauty in the mundane. #PaintingsILove

Archibald John Motley Jr: The Picnic (1936). #PaintingsILove

Kaoru Kawano: Child and Mask (1955). #PaintingsILove

Chu Teh-Chun: Eclair d'obscuirite (1988). #PaintingsILove

Jan Toorop: The vagabonds (1891). #PaintingsILove This one is creepy as hell.

Hey, I've officially been tweeting #PaintingsILove for a full month! Happy twitsversary to me!

Jan Toorop: The new generation (1892). #PaintingsILove

Anne-Louis Girodet: Jacques Cathelineau (1824). Dude is like an 18th century supermodel. #PaintingsILove

Anne-Louis Girodet: Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Belley (1798). Anne-Louis could do non-boring male portraits. #PaintingsILove

One more example! Anne-Louis Girodet: Chateaubriand Meditating on the Ruins of Rome (1808). #PaintingsILove

Asano Takeji: Arashiyama (1949). #PaintingsILove

Berthe Morisot: Young Girl with Cat (1892). #PaintingsILove

Efim Volkov: Sunset over the Lake (late 1800s). #PaintingsILove

Francisco Goya: The Colossus (1808). #PaintingsILove

Max Kurzweil: Lady in Yellow Dress (1899). #PaintingsILove

Anne-Louis Girodet: Portrait de Mustapha (1819). #PaintingsILove

Sandor Bortnyik: Blue-Red Composition (1919). #PaintingsILove

John Duncan Fergusson: Gloxinias and Fuschias (1938). #PaintingsILove

Gustave Courbet: Seascape (1874). #PaintingsILove

Afewerk Tekle: Mother Ethiopia (1963). #PaintingsILove

Hiro Yamagata: An American in Paris (late 20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Ivan Generalic: Deer in the forest (1956). #PaintingsILove

Endre Bartos: Sea flower petal (late 20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Kimon Loghi: Boats on the Shore (19th-20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Felice Casorati: Dreaming of Pomegranates (1913). #PaintingsILove

Grandma Moses: The Thunderstorm (1948). #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: Self-portrait. The night wanderer (1923). Edvard Munch: The Slenderman. #PaintingsILove

Edvard Munch: The Murderess (1906). As I've said before: Munch had issues. #PaintingsILove

Lewis Janmot: Flower of the Fields (1845). I love the clothing colors. #PaintingsILove

Thomas Lawrence: Satan Summoning His Legions - 1797. Seems appropriate for a Monday. #PaintingsILove

Laurel Burch: Blossoming Spirit Cats (20th-21st c.). #PaintingsILove

Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary: Coaching in Athens at New Moon (1904). #PaintingsILove

Alexander Shilov: Portrait of Olenka (1981). #PaintingsILove

Joan Brown: The Kiss (1976). #PaintingsILove

Anton Melbye: Lighthouse at Stora Balt (1846). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Somov: Masquerade (19th/20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Frederic Edwin Church: Cotopaxi (1862). #PaintingsILove

Jacek Yerka: Eruption (1990). Keeping the volcano theme of #PaintingsILove going a bit...

William Marlow: Vesuvius Erupting at Night (1768). #PaintingsILove

Joseph Wright: An Eruption of Mount Vesuvius, with the Procession of St. Januariu's Head (1778). #PaintingsILove

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres: Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples (1814). #PaintingsILove

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres: Christ (1834). "YO MY DISCIPLES LET'S RAISE THE ROOF WHAT WHAT" #PaintingsILove

Charles Furneaux: Kilauea (c. 1890). #PaintingsILove

Jacek Yerka: Ecumenical cat (c. 2000). #PaintingsILove Really fond of Yerka's work, which I just discovered.

Someone please pay Jacek Yerka to design videogame art. Jacek Yerka: The Inquisition (1981). #PaintingsILove

Agnes Lawrence Pelton: Untitled (1931). #PaintingsILove

Arthur Hughes: Sir Galahad - the Quest of the Holy Grail (1870). #PaintingsILove

Ferdinand Hodler: The Woodman (1910). #PaintingsILove

Santiago Rusinol: Jardin de las Elegias, Son Moragues (1903). #PaintingsILove

Steve Wheeler: Prelude in Red (1947). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bloch: Duel (1912). #PaintingsILove

Jacek Yerka: Susan (1984). #PaintingsILove

Jan Toorop: Fatality (1893). #PaintingsILove

Enrique Grau: Juegos nocturnos (1957). #PaintingsILove

Agnes Lawrence Pelton: Fire Sounds (1930). #PaintingsILove

Arkhip Kuindzhi: Ukrainian Night (1876). #PaintingsILove

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Berlin Street Scene (1913). #PaintingsILove

Happy Monday. Francisco Goya: Saturn Devouring His Son (1819). #PaintingsILove

Wolf Kahn: Half Hidden (2009). #PaintingsILove

Edmund Charles Tarbell: My Wife Emeline in a Garden (1890). #PaintingsILove

Peder Severin Kroyer: Summer Evening at Skagen (1892). #PaintingsILove

Emil Nolde: Colored sky above the Marais (1940). #PaintingsILove

Leon Bakst: Elisium (1906). #PaintingsILove

Sever Burada: Springtime (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Frank Johnston: Patterned Hillside (1918). #PaintingsILove

Arthur Segal: Heligoland (1923). #PaintingsILove

Robert Delaunay: Tall Portuguese Woman (1916). #PaintingsILove

Grace Cossington Smith: Eastern Road, Turramurra (1926). #PaintingsILove

John Singleton Copley: Watson and the Shark (1782). (This #PaintingsILove appeared much earlier but in a very distant photo.)

Sandor Bortnyik: The Lamplighter (1921). #PaintingsILove

Carl Larsson: Interior with a Cactus (1914). #PaintingsILove

Alfred Stevens: The Japanese Parisian (1872). #PaintingsILove

Otto Mueller: Stehender Mädchenakt Mit Dolch (lukretia) (1903). Some nude paintings are terrifying. #PaintingsILove

Adolph Menzel: Flute Concert with Frederick the Great in Sanssouci (1852). #PaintingsILove

One more #PaintingsILove tonight for @lilfidget: Gustave Courbet: Sitting on Cushions Dog (1855).

Grace Cossington Smith: Krinkley Konks sleeping (1928). The title is everything on this #PaintingsILove!

Peter Alexander: Ceanothus (2001). #PaintingsILove

Kimon Loghi: Reverie (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Emily Carr: Autumn in France (1911). #PaintingsILove

Emily Carr: Zunoqua of the Cat Village (1931). #PaintingsILove

Kimon Loghi: The Flower in the Hair (19th-20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Roberto Aizenberg: Dream of one sentenced to death (1955). #PaintingsILove

Marcus Larson: Hav I Mansken (1848). #PaintingsILove

Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis: Morning (1904). #paintingsILove

A happy October #PaintingsILove: Jamie Wyeth: Pumpkinhead - Self-Portrait (1972).

Haven't done #PaintingsILove in a while! Andre Bauchant: Cleopatra's Barge (1939).

Maria Sibylla Merian: Spectacled Caiman and a False Coral Snake (17th-18th c.). #PaintingsILove

Brett Whiteley: Thebe's Revenge (1982). #PaintingsILove

Daniel Richter: Trevelfast (2004). #PaintingsILove

Kazuo Shiraga: Sacred Flame (1975). #PaintingsILove

Thomas Pollock Anshutz: The Ironworker's Noontime (1880). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bloch: Old Graveyard (1940). #PaintingsILove

Jacoba van Hemmskerck: Twee bomen, olieverf op doek (1910). #PaintingsILove

Santiago Rusinol: Jardin abandonado (1898). #PaintingsILove

Endre Bartos: Nightfall on the Danube-coast (late 20th c.). #PaintingsILove

John Singer Sargent: Landscape with trees, Calcot-on-the-Thames (1888). #PaintingsILove

Thomas Moran: Haunted House (1858). #PaintingsILove

Oswaldo Guayasamin: El Guitarrista (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Vincent van Gogh: Red Vineyards at Arles (1888). #PaintingsILove

Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis: Castle (Castle Fairy Tale) (1909). #PaintingsILove

John Martin: The Bard (1817). #PaintingsILove

Richard Friese: The Tiger (1890). #PaintingsILove

Henri-Edmond Cross: Afternoon at Pardigon, Var (1907). #PaintingsILove

Shotei Takahashi: Fuji from Mizuchubo (1936). #PaintingsILove

Gabriel von Max: Light (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Kazuo Shiraga: Karin (1976). #PaintingsILove

Wu Guanzhong: A Dream of Shen Garden (1998). #PaintingsILove

Armand Guillaumin: Landscape of Creuse at spring (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Archibald Thorburn: Bluetits on a Teasel (1922). #PaintingsILove

Charles Reiffel: Beach at Del Mar (1931). #paintingsILove

Samuel Buri: Bauerngarten (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Gosta Adrian-Nilsson: August Strindberg (1915). #PaintingsILove

Rik Wouters - Autumn (1913). #PaintingsILove

Theodor Aman: Gipsy Girl (1884). #PaintingsILove

Stefan Popescu: Landscape from Provence (1924). #PaintingsILove

Robert Delaunay: Rhythm (1912). #PaintingsILove

#PaintingsILove by my friend Margaret Treanor Frey, who I visited this weekend! "Human Again."

Elmer Bischoff: Glass Chandelier (1969). #PaintingsILove

Robert Julian Onderdonk: Bluffs on the Guadalupe River (1921). #PaintingsILove

Luigi Russolo: Notturno (1945). #PaintingsILove #OhYesImStillDoingThis

Asano Takeji: Kiyamachi Street, Kyoto (1951). #PaintingsILove

Laurel Burch: Dancing Horses (c. 2000). #PaintingsILove

Adriaen van de Venne: Winter Scene (1614). #PaintingsILove

Franz Marc: Deer in the Forest II (1914). #PaintingsILove

Briton Riviere: Sympathy (1877). #PaintingsILove

Asgrimur Jonsson: Autumn Sunlight, Oskjuhlia (1920). #PaintingsILove

Toshi Yoshida: Half Moon Bridge (1941). #PaintingsILove

J.E.H. MacDonald: Lake McArthur, Yoho Park (1924). #PaintingsILove

Francois Barraud: Jeune femme en jaune (1933). #PaintingsILove

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: By the Seashore (1883). #PaintingsILove

Augustus John: Dorelia in a Landscape (1910). #PaintingsILove

Fyodor Vasilyev: Road through a Birchwood (1867). #PaintingsILove

Len Fengmian: Autumn Twilight in a Forest (1960). #PaintingsILove

Henryk Siemiradzki: Night on the Eve of Ivan Kupala (c. 1880). #PaintingsILove

Carlos Merida: Figures with Pipes (1978). #PaintingsILove

Kiyoshi Saito: Steady Gaze (Two Cats) (1960). #PaintingsILove

Armand Guillaumin: Crozant, solitude (1915). #PaintingsILove

Leon Dabo: On the Hillside (1916). #PaintingsILove

Guy Rose: In the Oak Grove (1919). #PaintingsILove

Gustave Caillebotte: Skiffs on the Yerres (1877). #PaintingsILove

Grant Wood: January (1940). #PaintingsILove

Lawren Harris: Mount Lefroy (1930). #PaintingsILove

Edouard Debat-Ponsan: La Verite sortant du puits (1898). #PaintingsILove This one seems very topical.

Hoca Ali Riza: Manzara (Landscape) (1898). #PaintingsILove

Antoine Blanchard: Porte St. Martin (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

George Stefanescu: The Storm of Elements (1978). #PaintingsILove

Sydney Laurence: Alaska Sunset (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Radi Nedelchev: Winter's Walk (2005). #PaintingsILove

Georges Seurat: Chahut (1889). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Vasilyev: Sviyazhsk (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Some #PaintingsILove from the Mint Museum! First: Charles Webster Hawthorne: Girl in Red (1895).

Henry Simmons Mowbray: Rose Harvest (1887). #PaintingsILove

John Leslie Breck: Suzanne Hoschede Monet Sewing (1888). #PaintingsILove

Karl Bryullov: Rider. Portrait of Giovanina and Amacilia Pacini (1832). #PaintingsILove

Gerardo Dottori: Il Trittico della Velocita: L'Arrivo (1927). #PaintingsILove

Ronnie Landfield: Diamond Lake (1969). #PaintingsILove

Edwin Lord Weeks: The Last Voyage (1884). #PaintingsILove

Paul Kane: The Cackabakah Falls (1856). #PaintingsILove

Nicholas Roerich: Krishna (Spring in Kulu) (1930). #PaintingsILove

Jehan Georges Vibert: Autumn Flowers (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Carel Willink: Townscape (1934). #PaintingsILove

Alexej von Jawlensky: Schokko with Red Hat (1909). #PaintingsILove

John Atkinson Grimshaw : Autumn Glory: The Old Mill (1869). #PaintingsILove

August Macke: Promenade (1913). #PaintingsILove

Jean Alexandru Steriadi: Winter in Bucharest (1914). #PaintingsILove

Frederic Leighton: Greek Girls Picking up Pebbles (19th-20th c.). There's a fetish #PaintingsILove for everyone, I guess?

Theodor Philipsen: An Avenue in Kastrup (1891). #PaintingsILove

Walter Battiss: Aloes near a River (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Bogaevsky: Ships (1912). #PaintingsILove

Nicolae Vermont: Reading (1919). #PaintingsILove

Louis Wain: Untitled (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Franklin Carmichael: October Gold (1922). #PaintingsILove

Robert Henri: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1916). #PaintingsILove

Irma Stern: Bahora Girl (1945). #PaintingsILove

Roger Fry: River with Poplars (1912). #PaintingsIlove

Franklin Carmichael: Lake Wabagishik (1928). #PaintingsILove

Ligia Macovei: Conversation (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Korovin: Pier in Gurzuf (1914). #PaintingsILove

Childe Hassam: Church at Old Lyme (1903). #PaintingsILove

John Lavery: Aida, a Moorish Maid (19th-20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Lan Ying: White Clouds and Red Trees (c. 1600). #PaintingsILove

Henri Martin: A Garden in the Sunshine (c. 1800). #PaintingsILove

Konstantin Dmitriyevich Flavitsky: Princess Tarakanova (1864). #PaintingsILove

Xul Solar: Ciuda lagui (1939). #PaintingsILove

Franz Xaver Winterhalter: Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn Wittgenstein (1843). #PaintingsILove Some beauty for the afternoon.

Eyvind Earle: Barns by the Sea (c. 2000). #PaintingsILove

Lawren Harris: Winter Landscape with Pink House (1918). #PaintingsILove

Martha Diamond: Untitled (1980). #PaintingsILove

Henri Martin: Self Portrait in the Garden (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Abraham Manievich: Untitled (1925). #PaintingsILove

Pieter Claesz: Still Life with Musical Instruments (1623). Not usually a fan of still life, but this one stood out for me. #PaintingsILove

Richard Whitney: Autumn Storm (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Pierre-Narcisse Guerin: Henri de la Rochejaquelein, leader of the revolt in the Vendee (1817). #PaintingsILove

Toshi Yoshida: Heirinji Temple Bell (1951). #PaintingsILove (Threading seems screwy, so posting this again.)

Laura Knight: Ruby Loftus screwing a breech-ring (1943). #PaintingsILove

Abraham Manievich: Village Landscape (c. 1920). #PaintingsILove

Hans am Ende: Birken am Moorgraben (1896). #PaintingsILove

Jehan Georges Vibert: The Final Touch (c. 1900). No idea what's happening here but it's a #PaintingsILove.

Jean-Leon Gerome: The Carpet Merchant (1887). #PaintingsILove

George Luks: Bleeker and Carmine Streets (1915). #PaintingsILove

George Luks: Autumn Landscape (1930). #PaintingsILove

Marianne North: Flor Imperiale, Coral Snake and Spider, Brazil (1873). #PaintingsILove

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema: The Roses of Heliogabalus (1888). #PaintingsILove

Tom Thomson: Woodland Waterfall (1916). #PaintingsILove

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema: The Colosseum (1896). #PaintingsILove This is awesome due to the historical depiction of The Colosseum.

Edward Lear: Civita Castellana (1844). #PaintingsILove

Edward Lear: The Pyramids Road, Gizah (1873). #PaintingsILove

Fern Coppedge: The Delaware Valley (c. 1930). #PaintingsILove (Reposting since threading didn't work last time.)

Santiago Rusinol: Avenue of Plane Trees (1916). #PaintingsILove

Lucia Demetriade Balacescu: Promenada Pariziana (1947). #PaintingsILove

Zinaida Serebriakova: Katya in blue dress by Christmas Tree (1922). #PaintingsILove

Tom Roberts: Christmas Flowers and Christmas Belles (1899). #PaintingsILove

Alexander Shilov: Igumen Zinoviy (1991). #PaintingsILove

Kimon Loghi: Biarritz Beach (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Albert Marquet: The Port of Saint-Tropez (1905). #PaintingsILove

Edwin Lord Weeks: The Golden Temple, Amritsar (1890). #PaintingsILove

David Roberts: Portico of the Temple of Isis at Philae (1851). #PaintingsILove

Robert Julian Onderdonk: In the Hills of the Spanish Oaks (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Paul Cezanne: Chateau Noir (1904). #PaintingsILove

Wu Guanzhong: Viewing Fish at Flower Harbour (1977). #PaintingsILove

Osman Hamdi: The Musician Girl (1880). #PaintingsILove

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema: Egyptian Chess Players (1865). #PaintingsILove

Sidney Nolan: Inland Australia (1950). #PaintingsILove

Domingos Sequeira: Mariana Benedita Sequeira (1822). #PaintingsILove

Guy Rose: Early Morning - Summertime (1920). #PaintingsILove

Vasile Popescu: Marquee House (1934). #PaintingsILove

Nicholas Roerich: Mongolia (Campaign of Genghis Khan) (1937). #PaintingsILove

Bernardo Bellotto: The Marketplace at Pirna (1760). #PaintingsILove

Briton Riviere: An Old World Wanderer (1887). #PaintingsILove

Martiros Sarian: Mountains (1923). #PaintingsILove

Toshi Yoshida: Heijinja (20th c.). #PaintingsILove

Samuel Mutzner: Springtime (1930). #PaintingsILove

Mary Fedden: Ben's Box (1994). #PaintingsILove

Gunther Gerzso: Paisaje Espejismo (2000). #PaintingsILove

Hugo Simberg: The Garden of the Dead (1896). #PaintingsILove

Alfred Kubin: Man in a Storm (1903). #PaintingsILove

George Demetrescu Mirea: Girl with Cats (1886). #PaintingsILove

Alfred Sisley: Boats (1885). #PaintingsILove

Frits Thaulow: An Orchard on the Banks of a River (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Bernardo Bellotto: The Schloss Hof, Garden Side (1758). #PaintingsILove

Laszlo Mednyanszky: Burring Brook (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Radi Nedelchev: Jungle (1979). #PaintingsILove

Jock Macdonald: Primordial Fire (1957). #PaintingsILove

Yiannis Tsaroychis: Cafe Neon at night (1965). #PaintingsILove

Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary: The Eastern Railway Station at Night (1902). #PaintingsILove

Janos Tornyai: Winter Landscape with Violet Lights (c. 1910). #PaintingsILove

Jacek Yerka: Krysia's garden (c. 1990). Every painting of Yerka's is a surreal joy to behold. #PaintingsILove

Jacob Lawrence: The Apartment (1943). #PaintingsILove

Nicolae Tonitza: Nuns (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Eliseu Visconti: Garden in Luxembourg (1905). #PaintingsILove

Pat Steir: Berlin Waterfall (1993). #PaintingsILove

Sven Jonson: The Return (1972). #PaintingsILove

Umberto Boccioni: Simultaneous Visions (1912). #PaintingsILove

Frank Dicksee: Harmony (1877). #PaintingsILove

Norman Rockwell: Boy and Girl gazing at the Moon (1926). #PaintingsILove

Isaac Levitan: Spring. High Waters (1897). #PaintingsILove

Boris Grigoriev: A Lady in Black (1917). #PaintingsILove

Stanley Spencer: Merville Garden Village Near Belfast (1951). #PaintingsILove

Sergey Solomko: Maria Swan White (c. 1900). #PaintingsILove

Stanley Spencer: Hilda and I at Burghclere (c. 1950). Because of the cat, this painting is everything. #PaintingsILove

Stanley Spencer: Cockmarsh Hill - Cookham (1935). #PaintingsILove

Eyvind Earle: Medieval Forest (c. 2000). #PaintingsILove

Camille Pissarro: Hyde Park, London (1890). #PaintingsILove

Ivan Generalic: River Landscape (1964). #PaintingsILove

Gerardo Dottori: Lago umbro (1942). #PaintingsILove

Lev Lagorio: Caucasian Canyon (1893). #PaintingsILove The painting? Lovely. The title? Unintentionally hilarious to me.

Viktor Vasnetsov: A Knight at the Crossroads (1878). #PaintingsILove

Albert Bierstadt: The Emerald Pool (1870). #PaintingsILove