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Jul 24
thereal1990s:

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

thereal1990s:

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

(via 90s90s90s)


my mom when she was little
I love you Mom

my mom when she was little

I love you Mom



Jul 23
suspensioncathouse:

Riding Around, 1969 - Philip Guston

suspensioncathouse:

Riding Around, 1969 - Philip Guston


drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Untitled (Blood) (1969) McKee Gallery, NY

drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Untitled (Blood) (1969) McKee Gallery, NY


drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Agressor (1978)

drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Agressor (1978)


drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Alfie in a Small Town (1979)

drawpaintprint:

Philip Guston: Alfie in a Small Town (1979)


Jul 22
“Thickness of things. Shoes. Rusted Iron. Mended rags. Seams. Dried blood stains. Pink paint. Bricks. Bent nails and pieces of wood. Brick walls. Cigarette butts. Smoking. Empty booze bottles.” Philip Guston (via goldgoldgoldd)

sfmoma:


The first time we met, in the roaring context of a crowded Studio School New Year’s Party, he soon said to me, ‘But of course words are your métier.’ From there on there was no gulf between us as poet and painter.

– Clark Coolidge on his relationship to Philip Guston. Read more→ 
Caption: Baffling Means: Writings/Drawings by Clark Coolidge & Philip Guston, o-blek editions, 1991

sfmoma:

The first time we met, in the roaring context of a crowded Studio School New Year’s Party, he soon said to me, ‘But of course words are your métier.’ From there on there was no gulf between us as poet and painter.

– Clark Coolidge on his relationship to Philip Guston. Read more 

Caption: Baffling Means: Writings/Drawings by Clark Coolidge & Philip Guston, o-blek editions, 1991


michaelswaney:

Philip Guston, “Entrance”, 1979. Oil on canvas, 175.3 x 236.2 cm

michaelswaney:

Philip Guston, “Entrance”, 1979. Oil on canvas, 175.3 x 236.2 cm


cavetocanvas:

Philip Guston, Head, 1975

cavetocanvas:

Philip Guston, Head, 1975


“I think the idea of the pleasure of the eye is not merely limited, it isn’t even possible. Everything means something. Anything in life or in art, any mark you make has meaning and the only question is, ‘What kind of meaning?’ … something must be wrong somewhere, because there is this overwhelming success and at the same time such an overwhelming apathy.”  Philip Guston (via drawpaintprint)

cavetocanvas:

Philip Guston, Sleeping, 1977

cavetocanvas:

Philip Guston, Sleeping, 1977


funnybunnymusic:

Philip Guston, Friend – To M.F., 1978.

funnybunnymusic:

Philip Guston, Friend – To M.F., 1978.


Jul 21

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