Mallarmé: “To name an object is to suppress three-quarters of the enjoyment … to suggest, that is the dream.”

Ferdinand Keller (1901), Böcklin’s Tomb

 

Leon Bakst (1904), Terror Antiques

 

Hans Thoma (1906), Stille vor dem Sturm (Calm Before the Storm)

 

Jacek Malczewski (1893), In the Dust Storm

 

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1905), Lake Keitele

 

Jens Ferdinand Willumsen (1902), Sun Over Southern Mountains

 

Joaquin Mir Trinxet (1901-04), El Abismo (The Abyss)

 

Albert Edelfelt (1889-90), Kaukola Ridge at Sunset

 

One Response to “Mallarmé: “To name an object is to suppress three-quarters of the enjoyment … to suggest, that is the dream.””

  1. Rob Norton says:

    I have to say, these are some very nice paintings.

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