Clownin' Aroun'

Many Ladies wear it this way

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jedavu:

‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters Illustrated In Minimalist, Vector Art Style by  Jerry Liu

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centuriespast:

Regrets, 1826-1827
Claude-Marie Dubufe
French, 1790-1864Oil on canvas, oval (one of a pair)36-1/4 x 46-3/4 in. (92.1 x 118.8 cm)Norton Simon Art Foundation

centuriespast:

Regrets, 1826-1827

Claude-Marie Dubufe

French, 1790-1864
Oil on canvas, oval (one of a pair)
36-1/4 x 46-3/4 in. (92.1 x 118.8 cm)
Norton Simon Art Foundation

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imforeverjustyours:

Summer Life

imforeverjustyours:

Summer Life

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gandalf1202:

Jean-Baptiste Santerre - Susanna at the Bath [1704] on Flickr.Santerre (Magny-en-Vexin, 1651 - Paris, 1717) was mainly a religious painter but his paintings lacked true inspiration. However, his Susanna at the Bath reveals an almost disturbing eroticism and something of that peculiarly chilly Rococo quality which is to be found in Falconet’s nude statuettes. Few comparable pictures were to be produced at Venice, whereas Santerre initiates a whole troop of baigneuses who go on dabbling with the erotic possibilities of water as late as Fragonard, all seeming ultimately to derive from Correggio’s Leda. And out of this revolution was to come the achievement of Boucher as well as Fragonard
[Musée du Louvre, Paris - Oil on canvas, 205 x 145 cm]

gandalf1202:

Jean-Baptiste Santerre - Susanna at the Bath [1704] on Flickr.

Santerre (Magny-en-Vexin, 1651 - Paris, 1717) was mainly a religious painter but his paintings lacked true inspiration. However, his Susanna at the Bath reveals an almost disturbing eroticism and something of that peculiarly chilly Rococo quality which is to be found in Falconet’s nude statuettes. Few comparable pictures were to be produced at Venice, whereas Santerre initiates a whole troop of baigneuses who go on dabbling with the erotic possibilities of water as late as Fragonard, all seeming ultimately to derive from Correggio’s Leda. And out of this revolution was to come the achievement of Boucher as well as Fragonard

[Musée du Louvre, Paris - Oil on canvas, 205 x 145 cm]

pmikos:

Cuno Amiet

pmikos:

Cuno Amiet

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Siempre estaremos juntos, tal vez lejos, distanciados, extrañandonos y con otros amores
Pero siempre juntos.

—Viaje en Tinta (via viajeentinta)

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necspenecmetu:

Marten de Vos, The Temptation of Saint Anthony, c. 1591-4

necspenecmetu:

Marten de Vos, The Temptation of Saint Anthony, c. 1591-4

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claudemonet-art:

Argenteuil, Flowers by the Riverbank, 1877
Claude Monet

claudemonet-art:

Argenteuil, Flowers by the Riverbank, 1877

Claude Monet