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oursoulsaredamned:

Ottheinrich Bible (15th-16th century : Bavaria)

oursoulsaredamned:

Ottheinrich Bible (15th-16th century : Bavaria)

lostinurbanism:

Duke Ellington

lostinurbanism:

Duke Ellington

thelandofmaps:

The world without any water, made by Thomas Burnet in 1694 [750x1239]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

thelandofmaps:

The world without any water, made by Thomas Burnet in 1694 [750x1239]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
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pixography:


Mathieu Baly ~ “Autocannibalism" 

pixography:

Mathieu Baly ~ “Autocannibalism

undertheroot:

Little Witch Riding Bat by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite in the early 1900s

undertheroot:

Little Witch Riding Bat by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite in the early 1900s

20aliens:


Blue (Moby Dick), 1943by Jackson Pollock

20aliens:

Blue (Moby Dick), 1943
by Jackson Pollock

transistoradio:

Camille Corot (1796-1875), A Chestnut Wood among the Rocks (c.1835), oil on canvas, 84 x 54 cm. Via Wikimedia Commons.

transistoradio:

Camille Corot (1796-1875), A Chestnut Wood among the Rocks (c.1835), oil on canvas, 84 x 54 cm. Via Wikimedia Commons.

aubreylstallard:

Terese Lanceta

eastiseverywhere:


Unknown Indian artist
Eight Men in Indian and Burmese Costume, 19th century
India, Delhi (early 1800s)
Main support: ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; margins: gold on dyed paper
Metropolitan Museum of ARt
[x]
The Met says:

The style of this Company painting is very similar to that of a series of pictures commissioned by two Scottish brothers named Fraser who were resident in India during the first half of the nineteenth century. Among the Fraser pictures are studies of villagers painted from life. One folio in the so-called Fraser Album includes the same figure of a Burmese nobleman, perhaps the ambassador to Delhi, seen in the center of the Museum’s picture; here this figure has been reversed by pouncing. The Delhi Fort is visible in the distant background

eastiseverywhere:

Unknown Indian artist

Eight Men in Indian and Burmese Costume, 19th century

India, Delhi (early 1800s)

Main support: ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; margins: gold on dyed paper

Metropolitan Museum of ARt

[x]

The Met says:

The style of this Company painting is very similar to that of a series of pictures commissioned by two Scottish brothers named Fraser who were resident in India during the first half of the nineteenth century. Among the Fraser pictures are studies of villagers painted from life. One folio in the so-called Fraser Album includes the same figure of a Burmese nobleman, perhaps the ambassador to Delhi, seen in the center of the Museum’s picture; here this figure has been reversed by pouncing. The Delhi Fort is visible in the distant background