The sculptors Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Marino Marini, 1970 -by Yousuf Karsh
Murabayashi Yuki painting in her artist studio #workspace.
English painter Paule Vézelay (1892-1984) in her studio (1934). Photographer unknown. via England & Co Gallery
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Statue of Kūya / 空也 at Roku Haramitsuji, Kyoto by Kōshō / 康勝. Kūya Shūnin (903-972) was a famous 10th-century Japanese monk. There are six miniature Amida images flowing out of his mouth - they represent his prayers, specifically the chanting of the six-character devotional Nenbutsu, and the six states of karmic rebirth.
Henry Moore photographed by Arnold Newman. Moore's studio. Much Hadham. England.
Kotaro Takamura (1883~1956), Japanese poet and sculptor at his home.
Henry Moore works in his Studio (Atelier) Henry Moore: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Moore Thank Sasha!
When space and time are in short supply I tend to work on paper with ink and other water based mediums. It is a way of staying connected and also serves as a means to explore ideas, compositions or territories rapidly... there exists some form of symbiosis between the drawings and the paintings, the mediums being very different with regards to viscosity and the speed at which one can work. -Stephen Croeser
Henry Moore in Holborn underground station in London September 1943, by Lee Miller.
René Magritte by Duane Michals, 1965
uinyan: PJ Harvey (via PJ Harvey | Montreux Jazz Live |)
Chino, Nagano, Japan, c. 2000 B.C.E. detail of http://pinterest.com/pin/215398794648136051/