tierradentro:

“Le Mort du Cygne: Anna Pavlova”, 1911, John Lavery.

tierradentro:

Le Mort du Cygne: Anna Pavlova”, 1911, John Lavery.

There’s a flemish photographer I like (I think flemish or danish? Something up north but it looks like other contemporary flemish photography like Hendrik Kerstens’ with limited palettes, attention to detail and a painterly aesthetic) but I don’t remember her name anymore. The photos were nudes, portraits, close-ups of hands and legs on dark backgrounds, sometimes lit with sunlight, focus on milky skin and blue veins, quiet and introverted overall feeling. Does that ring a bell with anyone? :(

jeffsimpsonkh:

People often ask to see my process and this is why I don’t show it.  It’s a fucking mess.

jeffsimpsonkh:

People often ask to see my process and this is why I don’t show it.  It’s a fucking mess.

maarten-schroder:

Arjan by Maarten Schröder

maarten-schroder:

Arjan by Maarten Schröder

abigail-rising:

Hannibal cinematography: inspiration from visual art

Production designer Patti Podesta credits visual artists including Gustave Caillebotte, Francis Bacon, Edward Hopper, Todd Hido and Andrew Wyeth as inspiration for the lighting and palette of Hannibal. [x]

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