Ten Dreams Fine Art Galleries
March 31, 2011 1:04 PM   Subscribe

And here is Ten Dreams, your Symbolist, Magical Realist, and Metarealist brain/eye candy art source, featuring, among scores of many other artists and subjects, Alma Tadema, Bouguereau, Ernst, Hundertwasser, Klimt, and Maxfield Parrish, too. And then there is the Ten Dreams of Ten Dreams, and not an exemplar known to me included.

But what do I know ?
Hey, it's a rhetorical question, thank you.

At any rate, I came across this yesterday when making my Tooker post, used it for a link and gave it a shout out there and then thought, upon reflection, it deserved its own post. So here it is.
posted by y2karl (7 comments total) 17 users marked this as a favorite
It seems very slow loading and some of the pictures don't load properly and when you click through you have to click again which is all a bit clumsy, and then the pictures frequently don't have titles . I prefer All-Art or Olga's Gallery
posted by adamvasco at 1:20 PM on March 31, 2011 [1 favorite]

All Art has a good Tooker page I like how pictures have not only captions but dates, which helps me see how the artist matures and changes.
posted by adamvasco at 1:24 PM on March 31, 2011

Oh my...Max Ernst and Gustav Moreau, just to scratch the surface. I'll be poking around this site for quite a while. Thanks!
posted by malocchio at 1:28 PM on March 31, 2011

The two-people-I-wish-had-talked with someone-to-write-down-the-conversation (a new variation on the who would I most like to meet living or dead question) would be Franz Kafka and Max Ernst.
posted by kozad at 1:35 PM on March 31, 2011

Chirico tickled my balls just so. Maybe because it's such a grey morning today.
posted by Raunchy 60s Humour at 1:41 PM on March 31, 2011

Now, this has made my day...
posted by Alexandra Kitty at 4:39 PM on March 31, 2011

I prefer All-Art or Olga's Gallery...

Well, as I noted yesterday, the subject of my first post ever, the TigerTail Virtual Museum is still alive and well, albeit, now one has to subscribe for $25 a year in order to access the large size jpegs, which is understandable enough, considering the work they put into the restoration and color correction of their scans.
posted by y2karl at 4:51 PM on March 31, 2011

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