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Bonnie to Bongie

A student of art history who likes artsy things.

exhibition-ism:

Alex Roulette's strange and surreal oil paintings. 

blastedheath:

Arman (French, 1928-2005) | Dracula | 1971 | Lithograph in black | 65 x 49.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Arman (French, 1928-2005) | Dracula | 1971 | Lithograph in black | 65 x 49.5 cm.

(via indigenousdialogues)

iamjapanese:

Edith Penman(American, 1860-1929)
Pond in Winter   
etching

iamjapanese:

Edith Penman(American, 1860-1929)

Pond in Winter   

etching

(Source: thebabcocks, via theohpioneer)

thegetty:

Saint John envisions “a Lamb standing as if it were slain, having seven horns and seven eyes which are the seven spirits of the God, sent forth into all the earth.” (Apocalypse 5:6)
The Vision of a Lamb in the Midst of the Four Living Creatures and the Twenty-Four Elders (detail), about 1255-1260, English, probably London. J. Paul Getty Museum.

thegetty:

Saint John envisions “a Lamb standing as if it were slain, having seven horns and seven eyes which are the seven spirits of the God, sent forth into all the earth.” (Apocalypse 5:6)

The Vision of a Lamb in the Midst of the Four Living Creatures and the Twenty-Four Elders (detail), about 1255-1260, English, probably London. J. Paul Getty Museum.

peira:

Charles Demuth:  From the Garden of the Château (1921-1925) via The Athenaeum

peira:

Charles Demuth:  From the Garden of the Château (1921-1925) via The Athenaeum

quinnsberg:

"I am so tired. Maybe it is my health, but I suspect it is more from hearing so often, ‘I must go to Berlin, or Rome, or Vienna, or Florence, or the East, or the South Seas. I know there must be something there for me.’ I so often wished at hearing them that some would, or all would, go to hell.” — Charles Demuth, 1921

quinnsberg:

"I am so tired. Maybe it is my health, but I suspect it is more from hearing so often, ‘I must go to Berlin, or Rome, or Vienna, or Florence, or the East, or the South Seas. I know there must be something there for me.’ I so often wished at hearing them that some would, or all would, go to hell.” — Charles Demuth, 1921

(Source: cephaloqueer)

dreamof-horses:

The Bechers, 1987.

dreamof-horses:

The Bechers, 1987.

(via thetypologist)

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