This posting is a continuation of a series that can be found on my sidebar. I started the series with the idea of showing that art history is not linear, and that the totality of art is a never-ending circle of inspiration. Knowing that, all art should be viewed freshly.
|Amish quilt, 1885 (University of Nebraska) | Victor Vasarely, Alom, 1967|
|Highboy by Christopher Townsend, 1740s | AT&T Building by Philip Johnson, 1984|
|Piet Mondrian, 1921 | Eames House, 1949|
|Detail of a painting by Piero di Cosimo, c. 1495 | Olivetti poster by Milton Glaser, 1968|
|Greek amphora, 535-530 B.C. | Wedgewood pottery, 1792|
|Bookbinding from the library of Louis XIII, before 1643 | Louis Vuitton "Blois" pattern|