the child grows enormous but never grows up

subtilitas:

Sigurd Lewerentz - Malmo eastern cemetery, Malmo 1955. Photos (C) Kalle Söderman.

jesuisperdu:

michiel hendryckx

thegoldeneternity:

Vincent Van Gogh, Landscape Drawings.

Landscapes by Cody Cobb | Tumblr.

cavetocanvas:

Stephen Shore, U.S. 97, South of Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1973
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art:

This photograph succinctly demonstrates the post-Romantic perspective on American landscape that Shore shared with the other photographers associated with the “New Topographics” in the mid-1970s. Rather than the majestic views produced by Timothy O’Sullivan, Carleton Watkins, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, and Minor White (who was Shore’s teacher), Shore gives us an image of nature occluded by its own representation. An ironic commentary on “authentic’ natural experience, this photograph also displays Shore’s impeccable color sense—which, along with that of a few other photographers in the 1970s—pulled color photography out of its exile in the commercial world and into the realm of serious art.

cavetocanvas:

Stephen Shore, U.S. 97, South of Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1973

From the Metropolitan Museum of Art:

This photograph succinctly demonstrates the post-Romantic perspective on American landscape that Shore shared with the other photographers associated with the “New Topographics” in the mid-1970s. Rather than the majestic views produced by Timothy O’Sullivan, Carleton Watkins, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, and Minor White (who was Shore’s teacher), Shore gives us an image of nature occluded by its own representation. An ironic commentary on “authentic’ natural experience, this photograph also displays Shore’s impeccable color sense—which, along with that of a few other photographers in the 1970s—pulled color photography out of its exile in the commercial world and into the realm of serious art.

exhibition-ism:

Desolate mid-western landscapes envisioned by Linden Frederick

pulmonaire:

In MARY IVERSON’s landscapes, primary-colored shipping containers are nestled within Hudson River school-influenced landscapes.

liquidnight:

Leonard Misonne
Au passage d’eau, 1923
Bromoil photograph
[From the Art Gallery of New South Wales]

liquidnight:

Leonard Misonne

Au passage d’eau, 1923

Bromoil photograph

[From the Art Gallery of New South Wales]

1000scientists:

Don’t take gear too seriously, M. Wriston took these stunning landscapes with his iPhone on Instagram

ninefoldgoddess:

The Richat Structure in the Sahara desert of Mauritania