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dauphin

(со страницы qarcon)

trombalcazar:


James Wilson

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TumbleOn)

trombalcazar:

James Wilson

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(Источник: lovingmalemodels)

tierradentro:

“Penitent Magdalene" (detail), 1611, Jusepe de Ribera.

tierradentro:

Penitent Magdalene" (detail), 1611, Jusepe de Ribera.

(со страницы vacuum-packed)

julianahuxtable:

debra shaw at alexander mcqueen fall 1996 “dante”

julianahuxtable:

debra shaw at alexander mcqueen fall 1996 “dante”

(Источник: halogenic из блога tommdesgarcons)

brilliantgarcia:

Its all about Details. Black Scale Fall/Holiday 13 Umbrella. (at above the heavens)

brilliantgarcia:

Its all about Details. Black Scale Fall/Holiday 13 Umbrella. (at above the heavens)

(со страницы hotmartyr)

blackpaint20:

Apocalypse of Angers Tapestry — the fourth horseman, 1370s
Death, unusually for this period portrayed as a decaying corpse
Jean Bondol’s weaving follows the Franco-Flemish school of tapestry design, with rich, realist, fluid images placed into a simple, clear structure through the course of the tapestry
Le cheval livide et la mort. Détail de la douzième pièce de la première tapisserie de la Tenture de l’Apocalypse d’Angers, France.
The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382. It depicts the story of the Apocalypse from the Book of Revelation by Saint John the Divine in colourful images, spread over a number of sections. Despite being lost and mistreated in the late 18th century, the tapestry was recovered and restored in the 19th century and is now on display at the Chateau d’Angers. It is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survived, and historian Jean Mesqui considers it “one of the great artistic interpretations of the revelation of Saint John, and one of the masterpieces of French cultural heritage- Wiki

blackpaint20:

Apocalypse of Angers Tapestry — the fourth horseman, 1370s

Death, unusually for this period portrayed as a decaying corpse

Jean Bondol’s weaving follows the Franco-Flemish school of tapestry design, with rich, realist, fluid images placed into a simple, clear structure through the course of the tapestry

Le cheval livide et la mort. Détail de la douzième pièce de la première tapisserie de la Tenture de l’Apocalypse d’Angers, France.

The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382. It depicts the story of the Apocalypse from the Book of Revelation by Saint John the Divine in colourful images, spread over a number of sections. Despite being lost and mistreated in the late 18th century, the tapestry was recovered and restored in the 19th century and is now on display at the Chateau d’Angers. It is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survived, and historian Jean Mesqui considers it “one of the great artistic interpretations of the revelation of Saint John, and one of the masterpieces of French cultural heritage- Wiki

(со страницы darksilenceinsuburbia)

(Источник: eulandeu из блога qarcon)

(Источник: monstreux)

naprasno:

naprasno:

(со страницы post-punk)

ondemdrugsremix:

ah yes this is the famous No Homoe by Michaelangelo Davinci

ondemdrugsremix:

ah yes this is the famous No Homoe by Michaelangelo Davinci

(Источник: sikitis из блога mermaidsonatrip)

psychotic-art:

Yumiko Utsu

psychotic-art:

Yumiko Utsu

sashastergiou:

Rosso Fiorentino’s Musical Cherub; Oil on wood, 1521; Uffizi Gallery, Florence

sashastergiou:

Rosso Fiorentino’s Musical Cherub; Oil on wood, 1521; Uffizi Gallery, Florence

(со страницы tierradentro)

belaquadros:

ph Serkan Emiroglu

belaquadros:

ph Serkan Emiroglu

(со страницы onelonelylittlepetunia)


gemma ward in “think pink”, photographed by steven meisel for vogue italia april 2005

gemma ward in “think pink”, photographed by steven meisel for vogue italia april 2005

(Источник: deseased)

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