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comatose-on-rhymes:

Sage Francis // Crack Pipes

Keep free of negative thoughts, everything’ll be fine
We all assume… That it would go back to the way things were
That it would go back to normal soon
Saw the moon in a way that I never seen it before
When I looked up that night into the sky wondering why
Lookin’ for answers, guess I ain’t ask right
I’m guessin’ most of y’all out there know exactly what that’s like
What that’s like, now tell me what’s that like?

fetischism:

Portrait of the Artist’s Mother (1858-9)
James Abbott McNeill Whistler
[Musée d’Orsay, Paris]
furtho:

Vilhelm Hammershøi’s Interior Courtyard, Strandgade 30, 1899 (via (what is this?)
rosswolfe:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, glass skyscraper project for Berlin (1922).
via The skyscraper in the Old World
subtilitas:

Louis Kahn’s unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, as rendered by Kent Larsen for the book Unbuilt Masterworks, a collection of digital constructions of Kahn’s proposals. Image via.
mediterraneum:

Nasrid Palace, Alhambra, Spain
thusreluctant:

Gray Day by Alexander Helwig Wyant
thusreluctant:

Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay by Albert Bierstadt
the-paintrist:

thusreluctant:

Jervis McEntee - The Danger Signal 

Jervis McEntee (July 14, 1828 – January 27, 1891) was an American painter of the Hudson River School. He is a somewhat lesser-known figure of the 19th-century American art world, but was the close friend and traveling companion of several of the important Hudson River School artists. Aside from his paintings, McEntee’s journals are an enduring legacy, documenting the life of a New York painter during and after the Gilded Age.
arthistoryeveryday:

Rondout, New York by Leon Dabo (1907)
realityayslum:

Edward Steichen - Nude, c.1915.
… from Edward Steichen: Lives in Photography, by Todd Brandow and William A. Ewing, Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, and the Musee de l’Elysee, Lausanne, 2007.
1910-again:

Sarah Wyman Whitman, A Warm Night 1889
fleurdulys:

Wood Nymph - Ralph Albert Blakelock