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bofransson:

Gaspé Landscape
Milton Avery - 1938
whatgivesyoutherighttojudgeme:

French Twist, Andrew Wyeth. 1967 
karienderooworks:

barefoot | 2013 | 60 x 80 cm | by Karien Deroo | oil on canvas
likeafieldmouse:

Adrian Ghenie - The Nightmare (2007)

likeafieldmouse:

Whistler’s Cancelled Plates

(via wine-loving-vagabond)

abystle:

A painting of cut agate in the manner of a trompe l’oeil on the reverse side of Christ as the Man of Sorrows, Albrecht Durer, ca. 1493/94.

"Look, you’re a feminist who, in this particular case, made the non-feminist choice. That’s all. I assume it was the right choice for you, or you wouldn’t have done it, and that’s fine! But feminism is not, in fact, all about choosing your choice. It is mostly about recognizing when things are fucked up for women at the societal level, and talking about that, and trying to change it. So sometimes, even when a decision is right for you, you still need to recognize that you made that decision within a social context that overwhelmingly supports your choice, and punishes women who make a different one."

- Why I Lose My Mind Every Time We Have the Name Conversation | Kate Harding (via brutereason)

(via cwnerd12)

(Source: apricotedits)

mythologyofblue:

Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts, The Reverse Side of a Framed Painting, ca. 1668-72 (via likeafieldmouse)
gypsji:

Crépuscule Hermann Linck1904

shopping.

INTP buys 10 pairs of identical black pants. Leaves store.
1910-again:

Joseph Mallord William Turner, Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset from The Whalers Sketchbook c.1845
moshita:

Two allegorical figures: a skeleton holding a scythe and a ball of fire stands next to a female figure. Lithograph. 
Wellcome Images

likeafieldmouse:

Jamie Wyeth (son of Andrew Wyeth)

1. Lester (1963)

2. Portrait of Shorty (1963)

(via detailsdetales)

drakontomalloi:

Léon Bakst - Costume design for dancer Ida Rubinstein in the leading male role in Gabriele D’Annunzio’s Le Marthyre de Saint Sébastien. 1912