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centuriespast:

Cupid in Wine Glass
Abraham Woodside (1819-1853)
Oil on paper, mounted on canvas
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

centuriespast:

Cupid in Wine Glass

Abraham Woodside (1819-1853)

Oil on paper, mounted on canvas

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

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lesfoudres:

John F. Weir “Roses” 1898 by Plum leaves on Flickr.
themagicfarawayttree:

In the Finnish creation myth the world begins as a vast ocean, upon which floats Ilmatar, the daughter of the sky. She floated alone for centuries, yearning for companionship, until the sea falls in love with her and impregnates her.

themagicfarawayttree:

In the Finnish creation myth the world begins as a vast ocean, upon which floats Ilmatar, the daughter of the sky. She floated alone for centuries, yearning for companionship, until the sea falls in love with her and impregnates her.

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victoriousvocabulary:

OPOROTHECA

[noun]

place to keep fruit.

Etymology: Latin.

[Alexei Antonov]

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hyperb0rean:




"In swimsuit, riding without saddle, plus crossbow shooting and riding into the waves. That’s a shot I won’t ever forget. The thermometer showed 8°C.” — Kristina Söderbaum (filming Opfergang, 1944)

hyperb0rean:

"In swimsuit, riding without saddle, plus crossbow shooting and riding into the waves. That’s a shot I won’t ever forget. The thermometer showed 8°C.”Kristina Söderbaum (filming Opfergang, 1944)

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The goddess Aurora triumphing over night, Detail.

by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732 - 1806)

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detailsofpaintings:

Vincent Van Gogh, Cypresses (details)

1889

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art-classique:

Favourite Artists -> Egon Schiele 

houses 

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vcrfl:

Louis-Jean-François-Lagrenée: Self-portrait, c. 1750.

vcrfl:

Louis-Jean-François-Lagrenée: Self-portrait, c. 1750.

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workman:

mythologyofblue:
Michael Mathias Prechtl, Franz Kafka, + + (via biblipeacay)

workman:

mythologyofblue:

Michael Mathias Prechtl, Franz Kafka, + + (via biblipeacay)

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