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“academy”: by steven klein for W magazine

“academy”: by steven klein for W magazine

(Источник: deseased из блога french-republic)

inbeautyandvanity:

Catherine McNeil // W September 2013

inbeautyandvanity:

Catherine McNeil // W September 2013

(со страницы arosary)

c0ssette:

Ricci Sebastiano,The Fall of the Rebel Angels (detail) circa 1720.

c0ssette:

Ricci Sebastiano,The Fall of the Rebel Angels (detail) circa 1720.

(со страницы tierradentro)

(Источник: jennafifi из блога jennafifi)

(Источник: alwaysinsearchoflight из блога baaad-wolf)

hellomatthieu:

marie antoinette by pearled on Flickr.

hellomatthieu:

marie antoinette by pearled on Flickr.

(Источник: maisonmatthieu из блога baaad-wolf)

aneyewithaview:

The Iconics
Las 2 mini Fridas
bbmundo
Photo: Olga Laris

aneyewithaview:

The Iconics

Las 2 mini Fridas

bbmundo

Photo: Olga Laris

(со страницы baaad-wolf)

(со страницы 9573168)

(со страницы moonlightminute)

tolmachov:







Sketch with antique motifsА5

tolmachov:

Sketch with antique motifs
А5

(Источник: tolmacheven)

labellefilleart:

On the North Foreland, Sir William Quiller Orchardson

labellefilleart:

On the North Foreland, Sir William Quiller Orchardson


Europa was a Phoenician princess, daughter of Agenor and Telephassa. Zeus approached her in the shape of a white bull as she was playing on the beach with her friends. The girls decorated the beautiful and apparently tame animal with flowers, and finally Europa climbed on his back. Now the bull suddenly took to the sea and swam with her to Crete, where he assumed human shape. She bore him three sons, Minos, Rhadamanthus, and Sarpedon. Later, she married Asterios, the king of Crete, and he adopted her sons.

Europa was a Phoenician princess, daughter of Agenor and Telephassa. Zeus approached her in the shape of a white bull as she was playing on the beach with her friends. The girls decorated the beautiful and apparently tame animal with flowers, and finally Europa climbed on his back. Now the bull suddenly took to the sea and swam with her to Crete, where he assumed human shape. She bore him three sons, Minos, Rhadamanthus, and Sarpedon. Later, she married Asterios, the king of Crete, and he adopted her sons.

(Источник: mythologer из блога vacuum-packed)

blue-voids:

Matthew Stone - All That is Unseen, 2011

blue-voids:

Matthew Stone - All That is Unseen, 2011

(со страницы singleorganism)

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