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Jan Toorop (Dutch, 1858-1928). 1924.  - There's a sense of Egyptian and Roman style painting implemented into this image. There's a great contrast between the green and the brown.

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'Hypnos' - Fernand Khnopff  (1858-1921)

'Hypnos' - Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921)

Cyril Pedrosa, Portugal

Cyril Pedrosa, Portugal

Scholars tell us that hand-ball (jeu de paume in French) was played by the Greeks and the Romans, and by even earlier civilizations

Scholars tell us that hand-ball (jeu de paume in French) was played by the Greeks and the Romans, and by even earlier civilizations

Daily Paintworks - "Roman Bath, City of Bath" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Adebanji Alade

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The bright, colorfully, poppy, peculiar work of one artist is a fresh take on an old style. Designer, Roman Klonek creates his artwork with woodcut prints that pay homage to polish cartoons and history in the country’s propaganda style. He keeps to the traditional method and principles of the medium, but makes his own version of the end art. His woodcut posters are like stepping into a polish cartoon world, which the artist himself describes as a “bizarre balancing act between propaganda…

The bright, colorfully, poppy, peculiar work of one artist is a fresh take on an old style. Designer, Roman Klonek creates his artwork with woodcut prints that pay homage to polish cartoons and history in the country’s propaganda style. He keeps to the traditional method and principles of the medium, but makes his own version of the end art. His woodcut posters are like stepping into a polish cartoon world, which the artist himself describes as a “bizarre balancing act between propaganda…

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