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Romaine Brooks - Symbolism & Esthetism - Haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without…

Romaine Brooks - Symbolism & Esthetism - Haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without…

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

JEAN DUBUFFET MATIÈRE ET MÉMOIRE, 1944 Ensemble de 27 lithographies sur

JEAN DUBUFFET MATIÈRE ET MÉMOIRE, 1944 Ensemble de 27 lithographies sur

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

Romaine Brooks, 1874-1970. Autoportrait-1914 (détail).

Romaine Brooks (1874-1970) § drapeau arc-en-ciel

Romaine Brooks, 1874-1970. Autoportrait-1914 (détail).

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

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hello moon par Karine Leger

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. (1930)

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. (1930)

Maurice Denis, French Symbolist painter (1870-1943):

Maurice Denis, French Symbolist painter (1870-1943):

Romaine Brooks Mother Nature Pencil on paper 1930

Romaine Brooks Mother Nature Pencil on paper 1930

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