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Training my mind to see the GOOD in every situation 👁
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Detail of René Magritte, The Banquet, 1958 .
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#workoftheday #renemagritte #artinstituteofchicago #oilpainting
‘Irises’
Claude Monet
c.1914-17, oil on canvas, 200x200.7cm
Art Institute Chicago
Chicago, IL
‘Irises is an example of the artistic experiments Claude Monet undertook during World War I. It treats a familiar subject—the plantings surrounding his water lily pond—that he had focused on intensively since 1899. But, measuring approximately 6 1/2 feet square, Irises literally and figuratively expands the scale of his beloved water garden, a treatment representative of the artist’s late oeuvre. Irises was part of a group that Monet created on the heels of a period of relative inactivity after the exhibition of his Venice pictures at Bernheim-Jeune in May–June 1912). Undoubtedly Monet’s artistic stagnation was caused by the deaths of his second wife, Alice, in May 1911, and his son Jean in February 1914, as well as the discovery that he had cataracts. But by April 30 of that year, Monet showed signs of rejuvenation, describing to his friend Gustave Geffroy, “I am even planning to embark on some big paintings, for which I found some old attempts in a basement. Clemenceau saw them and was amazed. Anyway, you’ll see something of this soon, I hope.” By late May or early June 1914, Monet had reinvigorated his artistic practice..’-[museum catalogue entry]
#claudemonet #monet #impressionism #impressionismart #artinstituteofchicago
‘Irises’ Claude Monet c.1914-17, oil on canvas, 200x200.7cm Art Institute Chicago Chicago, IL ‘Irises is an example of the artistic experiments Claude Monet undertook during World War I. It treats a familiar subject—the plantings surrounding his water lily pond—that he had focused on intensively since 1899. But, measuring approximately 6 1/2 feet square, Irises literally and figuratively expands the scale of his beloved water garden, a treatment representative of the artist’s late oeuvre. Irises was part of a group that Monet created on the heels of a period of relative inactivity after the exhibition of his Venice pictures at Bernheim-Jeune in May–June 1912). Undoubtedly Monet’s artistic stagnation was caused by the deaths of his second wife, Alice, in May 1911, and his son Jean in February 1914, as well as the discovery that he had cataracts. But by April 30 of that year, Monet showed signs of rejuvenation, describing to his friend Gustave Geffroy, “I am even planning to embark on some big paintings, for which I found some old attempts in a basement. Clemenceau saw them and was amazed. Anyway, you’ll see something of this soon, I hope.” By late May or early June 1914, Monet had reinvigorated his artistic practice..’-[museum catalogue entry] #claudemonet  #monet  #impressionism  #impressionismart  #artinstituteofchicago 
Had an #awesomeday at the #artinstituteofchicago with @suszjones #muchart #manypaintings #verytalented #🖼
LADIESSSS #vsco #art #artinstituteofchicago
Happy Holidays from the Board of the @artinstituteea ❤️ // #artinstituteea #artinstituteofchicago
Hanging out with my girls in Chicagoland. #holidays2017 #hamiltonchicago #artinstituteofchicago #magnificentmile
Still obsessed! City Landscape (1955) by Joan Mitchell seen at @artinstitutechi. #citylandscape #joanmitchell #abstractexpressionism #artinstituteofchicago
BEVERLY RAUTENBERG
"[ Sun ] SPOTS #1 (for Yayoi Kusama)" 2017
8”h x 8”w x 1”d (20.32 cm x 20.32 cm x 2.54 cm)
Enamel on archival board, mounted on custom wood panel
BEVERLY RAUTENBERG "[ Sun ] SPOTS #1  (for Yayoi Kusama)" 2017 8”h x 8”w x 1”d (20.32 cm x 20.32 cm x 2.54 cm) Enamel on archival board, mounted on custom wood panel
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An ending I didn’t expect. Powerful message #artinstituteofchicago #powerfulart #tearfulmessage #inspirationalartist
By Roy Lichtenstein #artinstituteofchicago #chicago
Good night, Chicago... #chicago #thelions #artinstituteofchicago #datenight #eveningwalk
Pretending to be art connoisseurs for the day #artinstituteofchicago #gallery #monet #pointillism #ronin #sculptures #contemporary #whereistheelk #art #chicago
Art Institute Chicago #aic #artinstituteofchicago #harekrishna #seurat
Van Gogh clearly knew how to drink. #Chicago #artinstituteofchicago
LADIESSSS #vsco #art #artinstituteofchicago
It was awesome to appreciate this painting with no one else around, #nighthawks #edwardhopper #artinstituteofchicago #art #painting
Had an #awesomeday at the #artinstituteofchicago with @suszjones #muchart #manypaintings #verytalented #🖼
Chagall’s America Windows at the Art Insitute (@artinstitutechi). Happy Hanukkah to all my Jewish friends and followers! ✨🕯
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#hanukkah#chanukah#chagall#art#stainedglass#artinstituteofchicago#happyholidays#happyhanukkah#decemberphotochallenge#december#chicagogram#blue#travel#travelgram#seeyourcity#tourist#traveldeeper#girlswhotravel#windycity#luxurytravel#arthistory#fishoutofmalbec
Arte moderna brasileira - Tarsila do Amaral -

#modernart #artemodernabrasileira #tarsiladoamaral #movimentoantropofágico #artinstituteofchicago
Self Portrait, Submerged 🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️by Bill Viola.  He is one of the pioneers 🌠🌠of time based media art #nationalportraitgallery #nationalportraitmuseum #saas
The Martinez brothers love museums. Luckily we're each members to our respective cities art museum! #chicago #chicagogram  #architecture #museum #artinstituteofchicago  #nikon #nikonusa #nikonphotography #nikonphoto @kiyoshimartinez
Can you find a cat? #artinstituteofchicago #art #nofilter
Shadows and patterns in the Art Institute’s Muslim Art exhibit (which may or may not be my new favorite thing). •
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