vandrare:

Pieter Brueghel The Elder | Hunters in the snow, 1565

vandrare:

Pieter Brueghel The Elder | Hunters in the snow, 1565

(Source: mgpandersen.com)

german-expressionists:

Frantisek Kupka, The Lotus Soul, 1898

german-expressionists:

Frantisek Kupka, The Lotus Soul, 1898

apoetreflects:

Painting: Edmond-François Aman-Jean, Hesiod Listening to the Inspiration of the Muse, 1890

apoetreflects:

Painting: Edmond-François Aman-Jean, Hesiod Listening to the Inspiration of the Muse, 1890

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Scan of plate printed by the author, collected in Songs of Experience, designed after 1789 and printed around 1794. A copy held by the Yale Center for British Art.

Scan of plate printed by the author, collected in Songs of Experience, designed after 1789 and printed around 1794. A copy held by the Yale Center for British Art.

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alongtimealone:

Paul Cézanne - Potted Plants, 1890 at the Barnes Foundation Philadelphia PA (by mbell1975)

alongtimealone:

Paul Cézanne - Potted Plants, 1890 at the Barnes Foundation Philadelphia PA (by mbell1975)

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thepreppyyogini:

“Maine Coast” by Edwin Church

thepreppyyogini:

“Maine Coast” by Edwin Church

tierradentro:

“Young Peasant Woman with Three Children at the Window”, 1840, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller.

tierradentro:

Young Peasant Woman with Three Children at the Window”, 1840, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller.

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William Brymner, In the orchard (Spring), 1892

William Brymner, In the orchard (Spring), 1892

(Source: vandrare)

mcflea007:

Cowcaddens Landscape (1953-63) - Alasdair Gray

mcflea007:

Cowcaddens Landscape (1953-63) - Alasdair Gray

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allaboutmary:

Maria HeimsuchungA 15th century painting of Mary visiting her cousin Elisabeth. It was painted for the parish church of Kremsmünster in Upper Austria.

allaboutmary:

Maria Heimsuchung

A 15th century painting of Mary visiting her cousin Elisabeth. It was painted for the parish church of Kremsmünster in Upper Austria.

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