Successive Catastrophes of Foam
This is a blog dedicated to artistic renderings of water, waves, and the ocean in general. The name is taken from Pablo Neruda's Ode to Laziness.
Successive Catastrophes of Foam
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oldbookillustrations:

Hobson uttered a last despairing cry!

Jules Férat, from The fur country, by Jules Verne, Boston, 1874.

(Source: archive.org)
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neekaisweird:

(by Bezel Wang)
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artdetails:

Winslow Homer, Northeaster (details), 1895, oil on canvas
artdetails:

Winslow Homer, Northeaster (details), 1895, oil on canvas
artdetails:

Winslow Homer, Northeaster (details), 1895, oil on canvas
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oldbookillustrations:

Industrial design — cranes flying over the waters.
from Documents japonais (Japanese art documents), by Charles Gillot, Paris, 188?
(Source: archive.org)
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ucsdspecialcollections:

Hotel del Coronado, John J. Hernan, Manager, 1890
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Robert Gordon
Tumblr: rgordonart.tumblr.com
 Ocean Waves - oil on gessoboard
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adventures-of-the-blackgang:

Rough Seas; Hastings, England c 1910-1915
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oldbookillustrations:

Round and round flew the raven and cawed to the blast.

Gerald Metcalfe, frontispiece from Poems, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, London, 1907.

(Source: archive.org)
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sofiavnielsen:

Oceansoil on 8 x 10 canvas.