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Sep 17, 2014 / 68 notes

patternandshape:

Cradle − seed-time 30
Teresa Murak

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Sep 17, 2014 / 54,267 notes

misguided-innocence:

body comparative

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Sep 17, 2014 / 331 notes

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lesfleursdelart:

Water Nymphs, Henrietta Rae (1909)
Sep 17, 2014 / 32,294 notes

lesfleursdelart:

Water Nymphs, Henrietta Rae (1909)

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Sep 16, 2014 / 76 notes

Treat me rough! Pinch my cheeks!
Kiss and hug and squeeze me ‘til I’m weak!
I’ve been pampered enough, baby
Keep on treating me rough!

oliviateh-glamkitsch:

Xiao Wen Ju, Asia Chow, Jacob K, Liu Wen, March 2012, Millinery, Tim Walker, W Magazine .
Sep 16, 2014 / 24,821 notes

oliviateh-glamkitsch:

Xiao Wen Ju, Asia Chow, Jacob K, Liu Wen, March 2012, Millinery, Tim Walker, W Magazine .

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Sep 16, 2014 / 1,877 notes

occupt:

Capri, Italy

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My wish for you is that you continue. Continue to be who and how you are, to astonish a mean world with your acts of kindness. Continue to allow humor to lighten the burden of your tender heart.
Maya Angelou (via sunflower-mama)

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Sep 16, 2014 / 49,589 notes
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Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge

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Sep 16, 2014 / 1,677 notes

Frederic Leighton - Orpheus and Eurydice

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nature-and-culture:

art—gallery:

Picasso, etching
Sep 16, 2014 / 8,317 notes

nature-and-culture:

art—gallery:

Picasso, etching

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thegetty:

Eye-to-eye with a member of the Roman cavalry. This mask, a part of a larger helmet, may represent Aphrodite, Artemis or even Apollo. This elaborate mask would have been used ceremonially.
See the full picture here.
Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.
Mask from a Cavalry Helmet, A.D. 75 - 125, Unknown. Roman. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Sep 15, 2014 / 564 notes

thegetty:

Eye-to-eye with a member of the Roman cavalry. This mask, a part of a larger helmet, may represent Aphrodite, Artemis or even Apollo. This elaborate mask would have been used ceremonially.

See the full picture here.

Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.

Mask from a Cavalry Helmet, A.D. 75 - 125, Unknown. Roman. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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