Letters, diaries and manuscripts

By Kirchner, Raphael - Eve and the snake

By Kirchner, Raphael – Eve and the snake

By Giacometti - Objets mobiles et muets (Mobile and mute objects)

By Giacometti – Objets mobiles et muets (Mobile and mute objects)

 

By Hopper - Sketches for Night Windows

By Hopper – Sketches for Night Windows

By Zille, Heinrich - Meine grüne garnitur (My green garnish)

By Zille, Heinrich – Meine grüne garnitur (My green garnish)

By Picasso - Le chant des morts (The song of the dead)

By Picasso – Le chant des morts (The song of the dead)

By Schiele - Untitled

By Schiele – Untitled

By Klimt - Written in Munich

By Klimt – Written in Munich

By Blake, William - Songs of Innocence

By Blake, William – Songs of Innocence

By Manet - A letter from Bellevue with an sketch of a cat

By Manet – A letter from Bellevue with an sketch of a cat

By Gauguin - Drawn in Bretagne

By Gauguin – Drawn in Bretagne

By Warhol, Andy - A gourmet's recipe to cook an iguana

By Warhol, Andy – A gourmet’s recipe to cook an iguana

By Van Gogh - A letter to his brother Theo. The Hague, Sunday, 29 and Monday, 30 July 1883

By Van Gogh – A letter to his brother Theo. The Hague, Sunday, 29 and Monday, 30 July 1883

By Coulon, M. A. - The waiting

By Coulon, M. A. – The waiting

By Kuhn, Erika - Hasta el sueño más inesperado es un acertijo (Even the most unexpected dream is a riddle)

By Kuhn, Erika – Hasta el sueño más inesperado es un acertijo (Even the most unexpected dream is a riddle)

By Kahlo, Frida - Las dos Fridas (The two Frida)

By Kahlo, Frida – Las dos Fridas (The two Frida)

By Matisse - Design for a cover of a compilation of photographs

By Matisse – Design for a cover of a compilation of photographs

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8 responses to “Letters, diaries and manuscripts

  1. I especially love the Klimt one – we went to a Klimt exhibition in Vienna where they was a ‘trail’ of his postcards to Emilie Floge and others, which inspired me to write a poem, Postcards from Klimt’. Love the others too!

    • Dear Kim, what a lovely experience are you sharing here! This author really had what I call a ‘Very Calligraphic Drawing’ or ‘The ambivalence of symbols’. I’m so grateful for your wise comment. Thanks and have a nice sunday!

  2. Bien curiosos. Supongo que nunca imaginaron, cuándo las escribian que llegarían a ser tan importantes, como lo ha sido su obra. Saludos.

  3. Preciosa e interesante recopilación.
    Muchas felicidades!

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