The Art Institute of Chicago is one of those places you kind of have to visit. It's not the British Museum, but then that comparison is weird anyway.
Imagine playing mahjong on this. Well, not this, because it's a historical antique, but a similar if not identical table.
This title makes sense within the context of this photostream.
"Mountain Brook" by Albert Bierstadt
by De Scott Evans.
Tasteful... mostly beef, I think.
A design by Frank Koralewsky. Ornamental doesn't come close.
Unlike the Mona Lisa, poerfectly approachable and photographable. Given its myriad derogatories, derivatives, inspirationals and tributes, the original has held up. No, it's not mind blowing, but it is quite clever.
(by Grant Wood)
also known as "The Wedding Couple" by Arnold Rönnebeck
Because any depiction of Ganesha is a reminder of being.
Irregular, impractical, and exceedingly easthetic.
Because no art institute is complete without one.