Olivia Brescon

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Beautiful Ballet Portrait Of Performers Claiming The Streets Of NYC: ballet is an intimately physical art that has been merged with the beauty of music, photography and dance, captured by Puerto Rico born, NYC-based photographer Omar Robles’ camera on the streets of New York city. | culturenlifestyle

Beautiful Ballet Portrait Of Performers Claiming The Streets Of NYC: ballet is an intimately physical art that has been merged with the beauty of music, photography and dance, captured by Puerto Rico born, NYC-based photographer Omar Robles’ camera on the streets of New York city. | culturenlifestyle

Germany. 'Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890 – 1976)  Karneval, c. 1931  Watercolor and pencil on paper. Like her contemporaries in Weimar era Berlin — Otto Dix and George Grosz — Mammen was an observer and critic of the world around her, with her artwork often street life and the outer edges of bourgeois society of the '30s' (from a previous pinner)

Germany. 'Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890 – 1976) Karneval, c. 1931 Watercolor and pencil on paper. Like her contemporaries in Weimar era Berlin — Otto Dix and George Grosz — Mammen was an observer and critic of the world around her, with her artwork often street life and the outer edges of bourgeois society of the '30s' (from a previous pinner)

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"Café" by Georg Grosz (1893 – 1959) was a German artist known especially for his caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s

"Café" by Georg Grosz (1893 – 1959) was a German artist known especially for his caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s

George Grosz, Porträt des Schriftstellers Max Herrmann-Neiße, 1925 by kraftgenie, via Flickr

George Grosz, Porträt des Schriftstellers Max Herrmann-Neiße, 1925 by kraftgenie, via Flickr

George Grosz. Rue à Berlin.

George Grosz. Rue à Berlin.