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(Source: neemah89, via apostrophe9)

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welltemperedklavier:

A Copse, Evening, 1918, A.Y. Jackson, 1918

welltemperedklavier:

A Copse, Evening, 1918, A.Y. Jackson, 1918

(Source: lionofchaeronea, via self-accusation)

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venusmilk:

František Bílek
Dungeon painful is this life,1907
(source)

venusmilk:

František Bílek

Dungeon painful is this life,1907

(source)

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transparentoctopus:

opium den
Tags: opium
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leprincelointain:

Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), Saint George fighting the Dragon.

St George has already pierced the dragon with his lance, but it refuses to die
St George has to stand over the top of the dragon, return its glance of malevolence and hate with his own glance of determined aggression

The dragon sees the smooth-faced knight so willing to kill, so certain of his virtue, and the dragon longs to penetrate that bright armor with his sharp teeth. His hatred of the saint is the only feeling equal to the pain he feels

leprincelointain:

Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), Saint George fighting the Dragon.

St George has already pierced the dragon with his lance, but it refuses to die

St George has to stand over the top of the dragon, return its glance of malevolence and hate with his own glance of determined aggression

The dragon sees the smooth-faced knight so willing to kill, so certain of his virtue, and the dragon longs to penetrate that bright armor with his sharp teeth. His hatred of the saint is the only feeling equal to the pain he feels

(via the-unknown-friend)

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lyssahumana:

Natalia!

lyssahumana:

Natalia!

(Source: kattienoize)

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terresauvage:

Jason Brown

Canada Rocks, Middleton, PEI, 2011

Moose Season in the Gaspé, Rivière-au-Renard, QC, 2011

House Fire and Church, Campbellton, NB, 2011

Bible Centre, Bruce Mines, ON, 2011

Souvenir Shop, Cannes-de-Roches, QC, 2011

These photographs are part of an ongoing survey of contemporary Canada entitled You Seem To Be Where I Belong. Peering around unassuming corners and down quiet roads, these images present an unexpected view on how our sometimes out-of-date and sometimes out-of-place occupation of the Canadian landscape connects and brings us together as a society.

Having grown up in a small town in Northern Ontario, these images recall memories of my childhood, when the ideology of the landscape and built environment was not always based on something new, well-designed, or planned. Living under the pressures of upward mobility in Canada’s largest urban centre for the past 15 years, this series represents an escape, of sorts, from where I am today, and a reconnection with landscapes and environments that I left behind both in matter and mind. At its essence, this body of work is a reflection on the Canadian landscape and small town life — laying bare a country that is in one light authentic and charming, and in another troubled and enigmatic.

(Source: jasonmbrown.ca)

Tags: canada
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poboh:

Bay, ca 1900, Franz von Stuck. Germany (1863 - 1928)  - Etching on Paper -

poboh:

Bay, ca 1900, Franz von Stuck. Germany (1863 - 1928)
- Etching on Paper -

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artinframes:

Joos van Cleve (1485–1541): Saint Jerome
Commons

artinframes:

Joos van Cleve (1485–1541): Saint Jerome

Commons

(via blackpaint20)

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toshi:

Charlotte Gainsbourg