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victoriousvocabulary:

PEINDRE
[verb]
to paint.
Etymology: from Old French peindre, from Latin pingere, present active infinitive of pingō, “I paint”.
[Alexei Antonov - On the Easel]

victoriousvocabulary:

PEINDRE

[verb]

to paint.

Etymology: from Old French peindre, from Latin pingere, present active infinitive of pingō, “I paint”.

[Alexei Antonov - On the Easel]

thirdorgan:

Kádár Béla (Budapest, 1877 - Budapest, 1956)
Figure in an Interior

thirdorgan:

Kádár Béla (Budapest, 1877 - Budapest, 1956)

Figure in an Interior


Detail “Contemplation” (also known as “Romeo and Juliet”)1873,Hugues Merle.

Detail “Contemplation” (also known as “Romeo and Juliet”)1873,Hugues Merle.

derdimizebircicek:

art-and-fury:

Gennagyij Pavlishin  illustrations for Tales of the Amur by Dmitry Nagishkin, 1946 - 1975

En sevdiklerimden…

koinubooks:

絵本 『かないくん』 谷川俊太郎 松本大洋 : アセンス書店日記
thisblueboy:

Simone Cantarini, called il Pesarese (Pesaro 1612-1648 Verona), Reading Sibyl, 1630-35, Banca Popolare dell’Adriatico, Pesaro

thisblueboy:

Simone Cantarini, called il Pesarese (Pesaro 1612-1648 Verona), Reading Sibyl, 1630-35, Banca Popolare dell’Adriatico, Pesaro

dappledwithshadow:

Springtime of Life
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, 1871

dappledwithshadow:

Springtime of Life

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, 1871
1910-again:

roses—and—rue:

From William Blake’s “Song of Los,” 1795.

1910-again:

roses—and—rue:

From William Blake’s “Song of Los,” 1795.

pearl-nautilus:

Setting of the sun in Hathor Temple at Dendera - this is a depiction of the Egyptian goddess Nut who swallows the sun in the evening and gives birth to it the next dawn.
source:

pearl-nautilus:

Setting of the sun in Hathor Temple at Dendera - this is a depiction of the Egyptian goddess Nut who swallows the sun in the evening and gives birth to it the next dawn.

source:

art-and-fury:

Mayfly - Fujibakama - Festival of Cherry Blossoms - Flute

Kaoru Saito illustrations from The Tale of Genji by Lady Murasaki-shikibu, Heian period 

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