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Here now & then
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20th-century-man:

Jeanne Moreau / production still from Jacques Becker’s Touchez pas au grisbi (1954)
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sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
sesamestreet:

Just wait until he asks for a new phone.
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centuriespast:

TURA, CosmèAllegory of September (with detail)1476-84Fresco, 216 x 320 cmPalazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara
centuriespast:

TURA, CosmèAllegory of September (with detail)1476-84Fresco, 216 x 320 cmPalazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara
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hillbillymagazine:

Photo by Lusher
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Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now

Mad Men, Then vs. Now
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devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
devidsketchbook:

CHINATOWN SERIE BY FRANCK BOHBOT
Franck Bohbot Photography (facebook / behance)
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ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
ungoliantschilde:

Teenage Sidekick by Paul Pope, with colors by James Jean.
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Catherine Deneuve in Le bon plaisir, 1984
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centuriespast:

TURA, CosmèMadonna with the Child Enthroned (panel from the Roverella Polyptych)1474Oil on wood, 239 x 102 cmNational Gallery, London
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magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
magictransistor:

Psycho, 1960. The Birds, 1963. Universal | Paramount. Alfred Hitchcock.
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manpodcast:

The second segment of this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Cornelia Homburg.
Homburg discusses her forthcoming show "Neo-Impressionism and the Dream of Realities." The exhibition, which opens at The Phillips Collection on September 27, presents neo-impressionism less as formal innovation in painting, and more as a response to symbolist music and writing. The exhibition catalogue is available from Yale University Press.
This is Jan Toorop’s Broek in Waterland (1889) from the collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. It’s one of the paintings Homburg and host Tyler Green discuss on this week’s MAN Podcast.
How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:
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Storm at sea

Storm at sea

Storm at sea