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musicforthemisplaced:

Nick Drake // Pink Moon

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who-:

Natsuo Noma, late 80s

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autruchon:

Francis Bacon, Miroir de la tauromachie, panneau central (1990)

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blastedheath:

Sven Erixson (Swedish, 1899-1970), Flemminggatan. Oil on panel, 35 x 27 cm.

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blastedheath:

John Lavery (Irish, 1856-1941), The Little White Boats, Cap Ferrat, 1921. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 in.

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archaicwonder:

Marble Figure of a Young Satyr wearing a Theater Mask of Silenus, Roman Imperial, circa 1st Century AD

The satyr stepping forward menacingly, wearing over his head and shoulders an oversized comedy mask of an old satyr (Silenus), and thrusting his hand through the gaping mouth of the mask, the lower part of the child’s face and his grinning mouth visible through the eyes of the mask.

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blastedheath:

Madeleine Pyk (Swedish, b.1934), Majakovskij [Mayakovsky]. Oil on canvas, 69 x 96 cm.

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blastedheath:

Stefan Hirsch (American, born Germany, 1899–1964), Mill Town, c.1925. Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.

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blastedheath:

François de Ribaupierre (Swiss, 1886-1981), La Dent Blanche. Oil on cardboard, 46 x 54 cm.

blastedheath:

François de Ribaupierre (Swiss, 1886-1981), La Dent Blanche. Oil on cardboard, 46 x 54 cm.

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kasinski:

Les Poseuses.- Georges Seurat (1859-1891)

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blastedheath:

Matthew Smith (English, 1879-1959), Still Life with Flowers, 1932. Oil on board, 14¼ x 11¼ in.

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joereorda:

David Smith
Untitled
c. c. 1932-35
Gelatin silver print
3 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches

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the-seraphic-book-of-eloy:

Saint, demon and angel, 19th century

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