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brittlebodies:

Saint John the Baptist (detail), 1602-1603, Caravaggio.

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Peter Paul Rubens, “Moses and the Brazen Serpent” (detail), c.1610
Peter Paul Rubens, “Moses and the Brazen Serpent” (detail), c.1610

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— 2 weeks ago with 1966 notes

#painting  #art  #ruben 

Sunflowers - Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Gustave Klimt & Gustave Caillebotte

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— 2 months ago with 25208 notes

#art  #sunflowers 

Miniature Black Hole
Stellar Black Hole
Intermediate Black Hole
Supermassive Black Hole

By Aurélien Police

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— 2 months ago with 11125 notes

#space  #art  #black holes 
jeanmarcoing:

catamiteamongthepigeons:

SHIT I LEFT THE OVEN ON.

WHY IS ONE OF THEM RIDING INTO BATTLE WITH NO PANTS AND THEIR DICK FLOPPING AROUND BUT HAS FULL ARMOUR OTHERWISE

jeanmarcoing:

catamiteamongthepigeons:

SHIT I LEFT THE OVEN ON.

WHY IS ONE OF THEM RIDING INTO BATTLE WITH NO PANTS AND THEIR DICK FLOPPING AROUND BUT HAS FULL ARMOUR OTHERWISE

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— 2 months ago with 38040 notes

#art 
bedelgeuse:

"ball and chain" anatomical heart collage by bedelgeuse

bedelgeuse:

"ball and chain" anatomical heart collage by bedelgeuse

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— 3 months ago with 728 notes

#art  #anatomy 

The number of times I’ve almost drank the paint thinner is terrifying.

Not to mention the one time I actually did

— 3 months ago with 4 notes

#art  #artist problems  #painting 

Death of Orpheus (detail) by Émile Lévy (1826-1890)
oil on canvas, 1866

Death of Orpheus (detail) by Émile Lévy (1826-1890)

oil on canvas, 1866

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— 3 months ago with 4028 notes

#orpheus  #oil painting  #art  #painting  #Greek Mythology  #mythology 
victoriousvocabulary:

CLAIR DE LUNE
[noun]
1. moonlight. Literal translation: “light of the moon”.
2. a pale, greyish-blue glaze applied to various kinds of Chinese porcelain.
Etymology: French, clair (light) + de (of) + lune (moon).
[Ivan Aivazovsky]

victoriousvocabulary:

CLAIR DE LUNE

[noun]

1. moonlight. Literal translation: “light of the moon”.

2. a pale, greyish-blue glaze applied to various kinds of Chinese porcelain.

Etymology: French, clair (light) + de (of) + lune (moon).

[Ivan Aivazovsky]

— 3 months ago with 2198 notes

#oil painting