loverofbeauty:

Piero Fornasetti’s Iconic  Eye

loverofbeauty:

Piero Fornasetti’s Iconic  Eye

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blackoutraven:

the adams family 

mcabbagingcove:

Caricatures of Death Personified

From a pre-Revolutionary magazine, first published in Russia in 1906. Illustrations by Boris Kustodiev.

Personifications of death included depictions of the devastating 1906 drought and ensuing famine, and the ravages of cholera, in the midst of revolutionary uprisings in Moscow.

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astarininazu:

Potnia Theron and the melissaes

la-belle-epoche:

CaravaggioJudith Beheading Holofernes (detail), 1598-99

la-belle-epoche:

Caravaggio
Judith Beheading Holofernes (detail), 1598-99

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danskjavlarna:

An ad from 1896 which appears in the back of the novel A Woman with a History by Weedon Grossmith.

templeofapelles:

Orpheus and Eurydice
1827
Anne Louis Girodet de Roussy Trioson

( illustration from Virgil’s Aeneid)

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“Black is the queen of colors.”
— Auguste Rodin  (via m-etamorfoza)

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lunacylover:

Piotr Stachiewicz (Polish, 1858-1938)

12 months - full set from “Boży rok”, where each illustration was based on proverbs and saints associated with the month.

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The Surf, 1883

Arnold Böcklin

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edificiosmayas:

Kukulkan
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edificiosmayas:

Kukulkan

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