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i want to share the best pic i have saved from out because this thread is prime shitposting real estate


i think it was out....
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>best pic i have saved from out thread
okay
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Omitted from mainstream histories of American painting, Anderson’s work has not received sufficient critical attention, perhaps because he chose to live in a small Southern town, patiently acquiring what he called “definite knowledge” of local forms.

Fiercely independent in spirit, indifferent to his own “career,” Anderson did nothing to cultivate fame or critical attention and sometimes seemed to flee them. When theBrooklyn Museuminvited him to an exhibition of his linoleum block prints in 1948, he chose instead to travel to China, where he hoped to gaze upon unknown landscapes and examine Tibetan murals (the China trip ended, deep inland, when his passport and other belongings were stolen and Anderson returned, partly on foot, to his point of departure in Hong Kong.[1]) Anderson’s painting– a search for the spiritual and transcendent in the forms of the natural world – thrived on his love of limits, and the overwhelming majority of his best watercolors, undated and unsigned, were done on 8.5 x 11 typing paper with little thought for posterity. Rarely did he sign and date them.

For him, painting was simply a way of turning art and nature into “a single thing,” helping the natural world “realize” itself through the artist’s intervention “Order is here,” he wrote of Horn Island, “but it needs realizing,” and to him “realization”—a term which he seems to have borrowed from Cézanne, one of his favorite painters, and adapted to his own use—meant discovering and giving memorable form to unities missed by the casual observer.
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Your mom's vagina is looking good these days, OP.
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I looked at these for two hours and I drempt in new colors last night.
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Looks like he ripped off a lot of native American art styles (David blacksmith)
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With the tribal looking stuff, yeah. Dude was quite insane. Ecstatically so. He didn't try to sell in his maturity. I think he expressed his world best in the watercolors on typing paper, which he never meant anyone else to see.
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Who's david blacksmith? All I can find is a living guy who is an artsy blacksmith, or blacksmith artist.




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