SPAWN OF IGNORANCE
I found this note one day when I was opening last week. It truly made my day.

I found this note one day when I was opening last week. It truly made my day.

detailsofpaintings:

Frederic Leighton, Perseus and Andromeda (detail)
1891

detailsofpaintings:

Frederic Leighton, Perseus and Andromeda (detail)

1891

rasluka17:

The Eerie Pond by stianue

rasluka17:

The Eerie Pond by stianue

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xxgatxx:

untitled 4d by moldyb

xxgatxx:

untitled 4d by moldyb

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varlys:

Fossegrimen by Jonny Andvik.

varlys:

Fossegrimen by Jonny Andvik.

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Witches in the Air - Francisco Goya

Witches in the Air - Francisco Goya

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wonderofall:

The Souliot Woman - Ary Scheffer

wonderofall:

The Souliot Woman - Ary Scheffer

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centuriespast:

Rustam Kills a Demon
Attributed to Mahesha, Indian, active c. 1570 - 1590
Made in Delhi, India, Mughal Dynasty (1526-1858)
c. 1575
Opaque watercolor and gold on paper
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

Rustam Kills a Demon

Attributed to Mahesha, Indian, active c. 1570 - 1590

Made in Delhi, India, Mughal Dynasty (1526-1858)

c. 1575

Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Philadelphia Museum of Art

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cedorsey:

Misty MorningPhoto Credit: (dominique-merot)

cedorsey:

Misty Morning
Photo Credit: (dominique-merot)

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just-breezy:

Bergkristall
by fr4dd

just-breezy:

Bergkristall

by fr4dd

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oldboyishcharm:

William Mortensen

Early 1900’s occult photography

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unamorsa:

“Da ignem igni, Mercurium Mercurio, et sufficit tibi.”
-Atalanta Fugiens, Maier, 1617

unamorsa:

Da ignem igni, Mercurium Mercurio, et sufficit tibi.

-Atalanta Fugiens, Maier, 1617

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wifes-sir:

‘Sirs Art Appreciation Day’
'The Death of Socrates' is one of my favorite pieces ever painted. Love it, and love the story behind it. -Sir http://wifes-sir.tumblr.com

wifes-sir:

‘Sirs Art Appreciation Day’

'The Death of Socrates' is one of my favorite pieces ever painted. Love it, and love the story behind it.
-Sir
http://wifes-sir.tumblr.com

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viktor-sbor:

Adolphe Yvon (1817-1893),            The Taking of Malakoff, 8th September 1855.

viktor-sbor:

Adolphe Yvon (1817-1893), The Taking of Malakoff, 8th September 1855.

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