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Un/friendly Landscapes

givemesomesoma:

One of the astonishing caryatids discovered at the  Amphipolis tomb on Kasta Hill.

givemesomesoma:

One of the astonishing caryatids discovered at the  Amphipolis tomb on Kasta Hill.

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heaveninawildflower:

Head of a Child with Flowers (1897). Lithograph by Odilon Redon (1840–1916).
Image and text MFA Boston.

heaveninawildflower:

Head of a Child with Flowers (1897). Lithograph by Odilon Redon (1840–1916).

Image and text MFA Boston.

brudesworld:

Lithuania by Artur Grottger, 1864

brudesworld:

Lithuania by Artur Grottger, 1864

(Source: mydelineatedlife.blogspot.com, via cometsofdoom)

(Source: protagonized, via cosmos-reverie)

Lormetazepam bubbling

He escrito un patético about me ya que todo el mundo tiene uno, por si me sigue algun curioso.

Well, I wrote a short/boring about me section just in case you are one of those curious about blog owners. 

*:

bluedogeyes:

“I don’t want to believe. I want to know” - Carl Sagan

nihtegale:

St. Bartholomew elegantly wears his flayed skin as a stole thrown around his shoulder, c. 1480

nihtegale:

St. Bartholomew elegantly wears his flayed skin as a stole thrown around his shoulder, c. 1480

(Source: , via medieval)

vintagemarlene:

vintage postcards of egypt, circa 1920 (www.junksnapshots.blogspot.com)

(via peashooter85)

statuemania:

St George and the Rescued Maiden by Henry Charles Fehr, 1898.

statuemania:

St George and the Rescued Maiden by Henry Charles Fehr, 1898.

fleurdulys:

The Black Sun - Odilon Redon
1900

fleurdulys:

The Black Sun - Odilon Redon

1900

house-of-usher:

Adolfo Wildt {1929}

house-of-usher:

Adolfo Wildt {1929}

fleurdulys:

Tobias and the Angel - Paul Serusier
1898

fleurdulys:

Tobias and the Angel - Paul Serusier

1898

inkyoung:

Cologne Cathedral, Germany

inkyoung:

Cologne Cathedral, Germany

(Source: alchemisti, via cometsofdoom)

Me at San Bernardino alle Ossa, Milano

italianartsociety:

Sculptor Antonio Corradini was born in Este on this day in 1668. Trained in Venice, Corradini was one of the city’s leading sculptors in the later Baroque and Rococo periods. He traveled widely in eastern Europe and ended his career in Naples. Corradini is best known for his veiled figures, which highlight his skill as a stone-carver.

Reference: Camillo Semenzato. “Corradini, Antonio.” Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press.<http://www.oxfordartonline.com/subscriber/article/grove/art/T019579>.

Bust of a Veiled Woman (Puritas), 1717-25, Marble, Museo del Settecento Veneziano, Ca’ Rezzonico, Venice

Modesty, 1749-52, Marble, Santa Maria della Pietà dei Sangro, Naples

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