Jun 11, 2014
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Wing of a Blue Roller, Albrecht Dürer, 1512

mediumaevum:

Wing of a Blue Roller, Albrecht Dürer1512

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Jun 11, 2014
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nevver:

Know your double, a doppelgänger field guide -
John Martz

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Jun 11, 2014
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Loren Stump - Virgin of the Rocks murrine

Loren Stump - Virgin of the Rocks murrine

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Apr 18, 2014
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May 18, 2013
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snowce:

Max Ersnt, A Week of Kindness, 1934

snowce:

Max Ersnt, A Week of Kindness, 1934

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Apr 6, 2013
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Apr 5, 2013
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artistandstudio:

Robert Rauschenberg at his Lafayette Street, NYC studio, 1968.   Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson

artistandstudio:

Robert Rauschenberg at his Lafayette Street, NYC studio, 1968.   Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson

Feb 16, 2013
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free-parking:

These color photographs were all taken in the Russian Empire between 1909 and 1918. 

Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii was a Russian photographer born in 1863. After studying chemistry with Mendeleev and later with Adolf Miethe, Gorskii started developing his own techniques and processes of color photography, giving it a quality that impresses even today.
In 1909, he convinced the Tsar Nicolas II to send him on a trip across the Russian Empire to document its impressive diversity. It was a 10-year project, during which Gorskii took over 10,000 pictures.

The diversity of the people, and the shockingly modern colors of their portraits, make them impossible to forget. They are our contemporaries, now that they stopped hiding between the unfocused black-and-whiteness.

They are almost too present. [via]

WOW

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Feb 9, 2013
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Feb 8, 2013
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“You’re the bravest boy I’ve ever met.”

“You’re the bravest boy I’ve ever met.”

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Feb 1, 2013
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ladiesupfront:

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