Austrian artist Oskar Kokoschka was in love twice. His first relationship lasted for three years, and the second — 44. The first had hundreds of biographical and belles-lettres works (as well as articles in glossy magazines) written about, while the second one can boast only a few references. The first woman was older than Kokoschka, and the second one — much younger. He painted the first one every day, while the second one appears only in a few of his paintings. He was obsessed with the first one…
Marikana massacre, August–September 2012, Greg Marinovich British Lonmin mining company.
The Fireside monotype by Edgar Degas, 1880-85
Forest in the Mountains by Edgar Degas, 1890
Trojan Room Coffee Pot (TRCP) 1991
Helen Frankenthaler at her studio at Third Avenue and East 94th Street by Alexander Liberman.
Make Your Own Animated Movies and Videotapes by Yvonne Andersen, Little Brown, 1970
Westwood Studios office, 1991
The Landlord's Game by Elizabeth Magie, circa 1910
W. H. Davies, 1915
PM-3A McMurdo Station, Antarctica
Henri Matisse work for the Chapelle du Rosaire de Vence late 1940s
International Ladies Garment Workers Union Union Made label
Lu Watters, Bob Helm and Barbara Dane at the 1963 recording session by William Carter.