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Albrecht Dürer, The Jabach Altarpiece, c.1504
a Frozen AU where everything is the same except Elsa is inexplicably into puns for some reason
Édouard Manet, Self-Portrait with Palette, 1879
In 1888, Vincent van Gogh painted a series of works depicting vases of sunflowers; the first image here, which is located in London’s National Gallery, would eventually become one of his most recognised works. The bottom image is a painting by Paul Gauguin of Van Gogh working on one of his sunflower still lifes. Van Gogh’s sunflower series was originally made with the intention of becoming part of the interior decoration of Gauguin’s ‘Yellow House’ in Arles, which Van Gogh famously rented and painted.
Klaine Appreciation Week - Day 3
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