Alberto Giacometti, The Artist’s Mother (1950). MoMA, NYC.
Oil on canvas, 35 3/8 x 24” (89.9 x 61 cm)
“It was always disappointing to see that what I could really master in terms of form boiled down to so little.”—Alberto Giacometti
Alana Dee Haynes[alanadeehaynes]
nearlya: dear follower -
thank you so much for sticking with me. i know nearlya is tonally inconsistent, but i’m far too attracted to far too many aesthetic registers. sometimes i wish i could find art of extreme quality always, and always of eye/mind/life bending intelligence. but i can’t.
may i recommend some tumblrs?
rerylikes. (busy more with
and of course, the amazing Dark Silence In Suburbia
i’ve ‘learned’ art from these curators
and We’ve all benefitted from your education…
Well it is May Day Bank Holiday !