|Dr. Jennifer L. Peters & Dr. Michael R. Taylor / |
The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo (20x)
|Arthur Strange / Acetaminophen crystals (20x)|
|Dr. Michael John Bridge / Eye organ of a Drosophila fruit fly third-instar larvae (60x)|
|Dr. Somayeh Naghiloo / Floral primordia of Allium Sativum (Garlic)|
|Edy Kieser / Crystallized potassium chlorate (40x)|
|Yanping Wang / Sand (4x)|
Caterina van Hemessen (1528 – after 1587) was a Flemish Renaissance painter.
This second work, painted when the artist was just 20 years old, is one of the earliest surviving self portraits in oils by a female painter. It is also thought to be the first self portrait to depict a painter sitting before an easel.
|Baron in Al Held-Veld, 1964/1966|
|Untitled (Expedition), 1995|
|Closerie V (Berliner Ensemble), 1998|
|Koude Versie, 2003|
From 'Raoul De Keyser. Replay. Gemälde/Paintings 1964-2008'.
De Keyser (1930-2012) was a member of the Flemish movement 'Nieuwe Visie', led by Roger Raveel. Through painting they tried to revaluing everyday reality. In the case of Raoul: an everyday - but always pure - beauty.