The Wreckage of Stars

thereaganrevolution:

Me everyday
Oct 21

thereaganrevolution:

Me everyday

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gustavklimt-art:

Beech Grove I, 1902
Gustav Klimt
Oct 21

gustavklimt-art:

Beech Grove I, 1902

Gustav Klimt

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Oct 20

senticous:

Favourite Artworks:

'The War and Us'  by Edward Okuń.

1923

Edward Okuń was a Polish freemason and Art Nouveau painter. He painted landscapes, portraits, designed covers and llustrated magazines, including the German magazine “Jugend”.

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Oct 20

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insolacion:

Self-Portrait with Death Playing the Fiddle (1872) by Arnold Böcklin.
Oct 20

insolacion:

Self-Portrait with Death Playing the Fiddle (1872) by Arnold Böcklin.

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"Finish every day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be cumbered with your old nonsense. This day is all that is good and fair. It is too dear, with its hopes and invitations, to waste a moment on yesterdays."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson (via likeafieldmouse)

Oct 20

smthnwentwrong:

When your best friend is spending time with someone else:

image

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Oct 20
philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt. Today we celebrate his special day with a painting he began in 1917, but was left unfinished by his sudden death in 1918. This masterful portraitist had an incredible impact on painting with his intimate depictions of women and remarkable detailing. Has anything unfinished ever looked so good?Now on view: “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman),” 1917–18, by Gustav Klimt (On loan from The Lewis Collection)
Oct 20

philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt. Today we celebrate his special day with a painting he began in 1917, but was left unfinished by his sudden death in 1918. This masterful portraitist had an incredible impact on painting with his intimate depictions of women and remarkable detailing. Has anything unfinished ever looked so good?

Now on view: “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman),” 1917–18, by Gustav Klimt (On loan from The Lewis Collection)

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Oct 20

dropalexdead:

Never ending cycle of SHADE.

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Oct 20

caravaggista:

Mary Magdalen in Ecstasy by Caravaggio (1606), Artemisia Gentileschi (n.d.), and Orazio Gentileschi (1621-3), all in private collections.

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