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The littlest things make a huge difference.

The littlest things make a huge difference.

"Such a Quiet Setting" | Milt Kobayashi as young illustrator working in New York frequented the Metropolitan Museum of Art to study the old masters - Sargent, Chase, Duvanek, Vuillard and especially Velazquez. Strangely enough, it was through the study of western masters, especially Whistler, that Kobayashi became aware of Japanese art and "the Japanese floating world of Edo". He began studying the 16th and 17th century Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock print masters Hokasai, Sharaku and Utamaro.

Milt Kobayashi "A third generation Japanese-American, Kobayashi was born in New York City, soon after that his family moved to Oahu.

Abigail Ahern interior

Abigail Ahern- A buttercup yellow tufted chair becomes the focalpoint in this dark teal room with its antique black fireplace. Notice how the yellow compliments the golden chandelier. For the brave of heart!

uraganostudio: DAILY FOCUS / Hailey Eichen. Photography.

This is triadic and primary. When colours clash our design hearts melt Image via photographer Hayley Eichenbaum by arrohome

30 Examples of Minimal Photography | Part 29 | UltraLinx

30 Examples of Minimal Photography | Part 29 | UltraLinx

30 Examples of Minimal Photography | Part 29 | UltraLinx

30 Examples of Minimal Photography | Part 29 | UltraLinx