Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
yesterday at 14:22. Facebook
Claude Monet painted his famous blushing scene of 'Sunset in Venice' in 1908.
Claude Monet painted his famous blushing scene of 'Sunset in Venice' in 1908
Miriam Mallick
Viresh Agarwal
Alberto Bae Baesso
Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/26/2017 at 07:12. Facebook
A modern feel for Surrealism meets antique gouache illustration in Kitmizeres' 'Drunk Fishermen Singing at Dusk.'
A modern feel for Surrealism meets antique gouache illustration in Kitmizeres Drunk
Flip Dennis
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Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/25/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Legendary photographer Phlippe Halsman died in New York City on this day in 1979. He snapped Salvador Dalí on several occasions throughout his career, culminating in this rarer, maniacal colour image from 1970.
Legendary photographer Phlippe Halsman died in New York City on this day
Greg Reed
Samy HA
Chris Mercer
Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/24/2017 at 11:12. Facebook
'Queen, Bombus terrestris', shot by Mathijs Labadie, gives us a cold hard look at one of our most faithful pollinators.
Queen Bombus terrestris shot by Mathijs Labadie gives us a cold hard
Joe Bentley
Jane Ruggles
Karen Rogers
Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/23/2017 at 07:12. Facebook
Henri Matisse created his 1952 collage 'The Sorrow of the King' by hand-tinting scraps of paper with gouache and mounting them on canvas.
Henri Matisse created his 1952 collage The Sorrow of the King by
Roland Koch
Alix Floyd
Sandra Mg
Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/22/2017 at 07:13. Facebook
Robert Mapplethorpe's greaser alter-ego made an appearance in his 'Self-Portrait with Leather Jacket and Knife.'
Robert Mapplethorpes greaser alterego made an appearance in his SelfPortrait with Leather
Chris Whittington
Anya Farquharson
Chris Thompson
Saatchi Gallery
Saatchi Gallery
06/21/2017 at 07:12. Facebook
We're celebrating the arrival of the Solstice today with Edvard Munch's 'High Summer II', painted in oil on canvas in 1915.
Were celebrating the arrival of the Solstice today with Edvard Munchs High
Michael Hesselnberg
Flip Dennis
Susan Thomsen
German Dadaist Kurt Schwitters was born in Hanover on this day in 1887. His 'N Watercolor 1. (The Heart Goes from Sugar to Coffee)' of 1919 foreshadows the collage-like aesthetic and Merz pictures that made his name.
German Dadaist Kurt Schwitters was born in Hanover on this day in
Adele Ullman
Chris Lewis
Priya Radia
Join us and @HuaweiMobile on 5 July for #Me, My_Selfie and I, a symposium exploring the cultural effects of the selfie craze from multiple viewpoints. For tickets, visit [ Buff.ly Link ] #HuaweiSaatchiLive #HuaweiSelfExpression
Join us and HuaweiMobile on 5 July for Me MySelfie and I
Madeleine Sorensen
Somayeh Ja
Silvia Gatti
"If there's a narrative, I want it in the flesh." - Jenny Saville (Host, 2000, Oil on canvas)
"If there's a narrative I want it in the flesh" Jenny Saville Host 2000 Oil on canvas
Sam Pound-Jones
Alan Hutchinson
Maureen Dunn
Electricity crackles above Walter de Maria's 'Lightning Field.' Constructed across rural New Mexico in 1977, the expansive land art experiment is comprised of 400 polished stainless steel poles spread out over an area of 1 mile by 1 kilometre.
Electricity crackles above Walter de Marias Lightning Field Constructed across rural New
Nicky Leach
Zech Hcez
Phil Shirts
Chris Ofili crafted his 'Princess of the Posse' in 1999 using acrylic, collage, glitter, resin, map pins and elephant dung on canvas.
Chris Ofili crafted his Princess of the Posse in 1999 using acrylic
Rose Sandro Hill
Karena Tumaru
Silvio Ciancia
Enjoy this 1904 image of a well-suited, confidently posing Gustav Klimt, captured by an unknown photographer.
Enjoy this 1904 image of a wellsuited confidently posing Gustav Klimt captured
Stephen C. O'Connor
Rose McKinley
Ann Bardue
Become a member of the Gallery today for £12 and enjoy exclusive perks all year! For more information on the revamped benefits and extras on offer click here: [ Buff.ly Link ]
Become a member of the Gallery today for 12 and enjoy exclusive
Tina Wiedemann
Australian artist Brett Whiteley died on this day in 1992. We're celebrating his painterly legacy with a composition completed in 1976, titled 'My Armchair.'
Australian artist Brett Whiteley died on this day in 1992 Were celebrating
Bernard Walker
Bernard Walker
Mary Coma
The cold hues and dash of rose quartz in Pablo Picasso's 'Girl on the Ball' of 1905 reflects an emotional crossroads between the artist's famed Blue and Pink periods.
The cold hues and dash of rose quartz in Pablo Picassos Girl
Gonzalo Fernando Valdivieso Fernandez
Igor Philips
Paul Anthony Hutchinson
The spasmodic rhythm and stained glass qualities of Gilbert and George's 'Nettle Dance' hails from the duo's 2008 Jack Freak Pictures series.
The spasmodic rhythm and stained glass qualities of Gilbert and Georges Nettle
Tobias Slider
Lynnette Robertson
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Calling all creatives with a smartphone! We've launched the #SelfExpression competition with Huawei Mobile to celebrate our extended exhibition 'From Selfie to Self-Expression.' Show us the world through your eyes for a chance to see your work displayed at the Gallery. For more details and T&Cs click here: [ Buff.ly Link ]

Photograph © Alma Haser 2017
Calling all creatives with a smartphone Weve launched the SelfExpression competition with
Fernando Filho
Love Quotes and Sayings
Caroline Jane Galletta
"As a painter, I never thought of myself as anything but LEE KRASNER...I painted before Pollock, during Pollock, after Pollock." - Lee Krasner (Portrait in Green, 1966, Oil on canvas)
As a painter I never thought of myself as anything but LEE
Law of Attraction - Thoughts become things.
Elly Horne
Toby Gilham
English Romantic landscape painter John Constable was born on this day in 1776! His characteristically breezy and bucolic 'Wivenhoe Park' dates from 1816.
English Romantic landscape painter John Constable was born on this day in
Corrie Jagger
Jacqui Chamberlain
Fernando Aizpurua Prada