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Thread of the most beautiful paintings of storms at sea:

The Great Wave off the Coast of Kanagawa by Hokusai (1833)

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Kapal Karam Dilanda Badai by Raden Saleh (1840) pic.twitter.com/TrLBh09eWl
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Not a storm bu no one could paint water quite like Anders Zorn pic.twitter.com/19dzX6oVnz
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Nec Mergitur by Ferdynand Ruszczyc pic.twitter.com/S1AmYlRNVj
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I miss Joaqu矛n Sorolla here, any of his paintings of the sea are wonderful pic.twitter.com/086QdHni8y
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If you鈥檙e in London, there鈥檚 a temporary exhibition of Hokusai in the British Museum. pic.twitter.com/lQ5U1IqZRq
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Dutch Boats in a Gale. 1801. JMW Turner. pic.twitter.com/0p5QQnES96
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The Great Wave off the Coast of Kanagawa also inspired one of One Piece scenes during Wano's Arc. pic.twitter.com/wDPUF21OWd
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Himmelskibet by K氓re Espolin Johnson (1982) pic.twitter.com/fgz3TOkmJ2
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for me this one is also storm. Storm of the night full of stars 馃槍 pic.twitter.com/7bDbDiXTLZ
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Don鈥檛 forget The Raft of Medusa by G茅ricault (1818-1819) en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Raft_鈥
Petit fil pour les amateurs de m茅t茅o climat, de catastrophes naturelles et de peinture.
C鈥檈st samedi, c鈥檈st permis 馃槈
Dit blijft toch 茅茅n van mijn favoriete schilderijen ooit hoor
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Stumbled upon a Hans Dahl several years ago, in the tea room of the Kviknes hotel in Norway. I remember that I spent half an hour staring at that light scattering through the waves. It was unreal. pic.twitter.com/3S3wUYJ60C
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Wonderful pieces of art! My favorite - beside Hokusais Wave - is the Naruto Whirlpool from Hiroshige 馃グ pic.twitter.com/BrcnozQ3r3
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this is better with the going merry on it pic.twitter.com/KOk11x1CyV
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This is my most favorite piece of artwork of all time鈥 I can鈥檛 describe how it makes me feel and how much history I feel in it, wondering how the imagination or experiences of this Japanese guy lead to this absolute beauty
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Split second photography destroyed so many illusions. People began to want exact photographic truth -- which always is a selection of successive moments. pic.twitter.com/G7jXuOZVeO
The 馃寠 emoji in your keyboard is essentially this painting
One of my favorite pieces of art! Hokusai was an incredible artist with many amazing pieces. If you haven鈥檛 seen his work before (beyond 鈥楾he Great Wave鈥), check him out!
se acuerdan hace unos a帽os q esta pintura y la noche estrellada se pusieron re de moda y estaban en tipo todas las prendas de renner
One of my favorite paintings I use in class to show the 鈥榯sunamis of change鈥 and how some of us can actually ride it. If you look closely you can see the men on the boats.
El que no conoce a dios a cualquier santo le reza pic.twitter.com/bLd4o1RpOs
Sigo necesitando tatuarme esto en la espalda
Slike kojima je tema oluja na moru.

Hokusaijev Veliki talas je moj favorit.
Havet 盲r f枚rtrollande och respektingivande med sin ob枚ndiga kraft. Till sin natur b氓de vackert och samtidigt skr盲mmande - havet kan vara en l盲tt krusad m氓nspegel under natthimlen eller berg av gr枚na sj枚ar eller h枚stgr氓 taggiga, brytande v氓gor.
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For anyone who might be interested, you can get a very high quality Great Wave of your own here. I love mine! mokuhankan.com pic.twitter.com/uxgAMjdOs2
I have a copy of this one
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Queria falar que esse quadro do post em espec铆fico n茫o 茅 um pintura e sim uma Xilogravura (s茫o coisas bem diferentes) extremamente linda assim como toda a arte japonesa, Xilogravura 茅 algo bem trabalhoso e todas as obras desse artista 茅 incr铆vel extremamente detalista
Oh yeah, this is a thread to embrace 馃寠 馃У
Which is your favorite? I think mine is Rainstorm Over the Sea by John Constable (1824)
Aqui se encontra uma das sequ锚ncias mais lindas que j谩 vi nesse app
I鈥檝e seen so many people with this painting, my sister being one, it is a beautiful painting.
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the fact that this painting is made during Hokusai's later days, made me believe not to stop creating art
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I can鈥檛 figure out if this is a good account or not but posts like this make me think it鈥檚 more good than bad
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incredible pickup off the algorithm. Thanks for liking that
Art. Romantismo. Lit.
Love the way stormy seas are painted. Must have been horror for seafarers.
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ei account ta follow korte parish. Besh interesting.
.@RTalibart thought of you! 馃摲 馃帹
Passaria horas e horas presa aqui nesse fio. Incr铆vel como as pinturas do Turner sempre abrem todas as portas de sentimentos que eu esteja ignorando. Curadoria muito boa, me imaginei num museu caminhando ao lado da minha irm茫zona @MineDaMata numa paz ensurdecedora.
Cada vez que veo la obra en plan 鈥渁lgo bonito鈥 (que lo 茅s) me viene a la mente que el mismo autor es el inventor del hentai xdddd
Beautiful thread
E pensar que o mesmo cara que fez isso fez o sonho da mulher do pescador
Literally one of my favorite works of art, top five 馃柤锔
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The Great Wave is not a painting. It鈥檚 a woodblock print.
Hokusai forever 馃憦馃徏馃憦馃徏馃憦馃徏
Hauntingly beautiful.
Near-triggering for a former sailor.
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This is just what I wanted to see today. Stared at the Hokusai for 15 mins yesterday.
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So good to every last one
Bisa jadi pengganti slide ucapan terima kasih template yang pakai Wave of Kanagawa, bagus nih.
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this is hanging in my studio
This thread is my aesthetic
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