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blastedheath:

Martin Ålund (Swedish, b. 1967), Chemistry II, 2014. Oil on canvas, 100 x 120 cm.
garabating:

Straight Shot by Steve Huston
art-is-art-is-art:

Heart of Snow, Edward Robert Hughes
nemfrog:

Fig. 1. The Little Sea Devil of the Arcturus. Diabolidium arcturi Beebe. 3x natural size. 1926.
fletchingarrows:

neverstopthevortex:

by Olive Cotton - Sky Submerged (1937)

the autumn day

magictransistor:

Hercules Pieterszoon Seghers (1589 – 1638).

(via luminousinsect)

"And then she told herself, “Stop being so weak. Grow up and get over it.” and then she never felt anything again."

- (via amongflora-and-fauna)

(Source: chillstate, via amongflora-and-fauna)

Mr. Paris Shoes

(Source: welcometotheknick)

dosartistas:

Léon Spilliaert, The Curve of the Explanade, 1928.
piratedistributing:

Marten van Valckenborch the Elder. Detail from The Tower of Babel, 1595e
abystle:

Le Char de la Mort (detail), Théophile Schuler, 1848.
1910-again:

Albert Pinkham Ryder, The Lorelei c.1896-1917
fletchingarrows:

autumn ophelia

"All through the dark the wind looks
for the grief it belongs to"

- W.S. Merwin, “Night Wind” (via invisiblestories)

(via tierradentro)

blastedheath:

Elijah Walton (British, 1833-1880), A raging torrent, Snowdonia, 1874. Pencil and watercolour heightened with bodycolour, 28 x 20 in. (71.1 x 59.6 cm.)