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Vincent Van Gogh, detail of View of Paris
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Excuse me, sir, do you know where I could find some enlightenment?
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'Plume et Primevere', two decorative panel by Alphonse Mucha. Printed in 1899 by F. Champenois, Paris. 
Description: This series of decorative panels sold for 12 francs. It represents two pensive young girls, a blonde and a brunette, the one holding a primrose, the other a goose quill and some foliage. Typically Art Nouveau ornamentation predominates in the background motifs and on the jewelry. As was the case with all the decorative panels, conceived from the start as decorative works, Champenois ended up selling the art to clients to use as calendars, posters or advertising materials.
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palette of Balthus, via the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dali
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…I saw Neutral Milk Hotel last Sunday…

They started with all three parts of King of Carrot Flowers. By the start of the second part the whole crowd broke out moshing(!) and proclaiming their love for Jesus Christ. 

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James Bayard, 2010
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untitled by Sabrina Rushing on Flickr.