skullsinthestars @drskyskull Professor of optical physics, blogger of physics, history of physics, and pulp fiction. Falling Felines & Fundamental Physics, out October 2019! Aug. 15, 2017 48 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