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Anything and everything art history. From Lascaux to Toulouse-Lautrec, Raphael to Rodin, and Klimt. Harlem Renaissance, Pablo Picasso, Bauhaus, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Art Beauté, Futurism Art, Beautiful Fantasy Art, Art Deco

Solar, Xul (1887-1963) - 1953 Barrio (Museo Xul Solar, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Tempera on paper; 40 x 56 cm. Xul Solar was the adopted name of Oscar Agustín Alejandro Schulz Solari, Argentine painter, sculptor, writer, and inventor of imaginary languages. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xul_Solar

Pan Arbol (pan tree) by Xul - Gently removed from vintage Sacred art book Tarot Astrologico, Esoteric Art, Psy Art, Occult Art, Sacred Art, Sacred Geometry, Magick, Bohemian Rug, Art Pieces

Pan Arbol, 1954. Alejandro Xul Solar

Museum in what was the artist's home (1887-1963), designed as a re-interpretation of his original pictorial space.

Museo Xul Solar, Pablo Beitía | Buenos Aires | Argentina | MIMOA: A quirky shrine to the surrealist painter. - Elle Decor Contemporary Museum, Office Parties, Eco Friendly House, Palermo, Interior Architecture, Ground Level, Indoor, Deco, Archie

Museo Xul Solar, Pablo Beitía | Buenos Aires | Argentina | MIMOA

The house where painter Xul Solar lived is located in Laprida Street in the district of Palermo, Buenos Aires. Over 100-years old, the building had two storeys and an attic on a plot of 400 m2. Originally it was a building with four apartments; two at ground level and two on the upper level. Xul Solar lived, until his death in 1963, in the largest one. The architectural program to rebuild the original building, taking into account the new needs aroused by its new destination, was conceived…

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Museo Xul Solar, Pablo Beitía | Buenos Aires | Argentina | MIMOA

The house where painter Xul Solar lived is located in Laprida Street in the district of Palermo, Buenos Aires. Over 100-years old, the building had two storeys and an attic on a plot of 400 m2. Originally it was a building with four apartments; two at ground level and two on the upper level. Xul Solar lived, until his death in 1963, in the largest one. The architectural program to rebuild the original building, taking into account the new needs aroused by its new destination, was conceived…

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Museu Xul Solar - Buenos Aires

Um portal criado por jovens arquitetos que usam esse espaço para mostrar suas idéias sobre arquitetura, urbanismo, arte e do design.

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Xul Solar

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