A single day spent doing things which fail to nourish the soul is a day stolen, mutilated, and discarded in the gutter of destiny ~ Michel Faber ~
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hismarmorealcalm:

Coffin of Queen Ma’at-kere, Third Intermediate Period - Dynasty XXI. Egyptian Museum. 
Sepia toned silver Photograph by Émile Brugsch (1842 - 1930)
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The Hidden Moon - Lowell Birge Harrison
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Eugène Atget (1857-1927)Petit Bacchus, 61, rue St. Louis en l’Ile (The Little Bacchus Café), 1901-1902.  The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
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bygoneamericana:

Mullen’s Alley, Cherry Hill. New York, 1888.
By Jacob Riis
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fiddlefred:

laurent grasso
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snowce:

William Blake, Adam Naming the Beasts (Detail), 1810
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nataliakoptseva:

Moreau, Gustave
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catonhottinroof:

Teodoro Wolf Ferrari 
L’isola misteriosa (1917)
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The Redemption of Saint Anthony | The Public Domain Review

Gustave Flaubert, best known for his masterpiece Madame Bovary, spent nearly thirty years working on a surreal and largely ‘unreadable’ retelling of the temptation of Saint Anthony.
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To think with a limp

"Even though she herself had walked from the wreckage unscathed, some spirit shrapnel lodged itself deep inside her, beyond the reach of surgeons, poisoning her thoughts and causing her to think with a limp."
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theparisreview:

“The artist personified himself as the owl—old, wise, and nocturnal. From his early years he had painted nights and slept until mid-day.”
An excerpt from the portfolio “Picasso’s Women.”
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Poster For Suspiria (1977) Director: Dario Argento
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The sun of origin, by Paul Klee
http://www.arsgravis.com/?p=218
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arsarteetlabore:

Augusto Giacometti - Adam and Eve  1907
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Alice in Wonderland Andrzej Mazur Art
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