brutalgeneration:

Gannets above Boreray (by seaharris)

brutalgeneration:

Gannets above Boreray (by seaharris)

vivelareine:

Detail from The Grape Gatherer by Jean Honore Fragonard. Circa 1754-1755.
[credit: Detroit Institute of Arts]

vivelareine:

Detail from The Grape Gatherer by Jean Honore Fragonard. Circa 1754-1755.

[credit: Detroit Institute of Arts]

picapixels:

Photo
nihtegale:

Fredegondeは魔女、c.1493を燃やす

nihtegale

Fredegondeは魔女、c.1493を燃やす

(Source: images.bnf.fr, via nataliakoptseva)


Bernardo Strozzi, The Incredulity of Saint Thomas (Detail), 1620

Bernardo Strozzi, The Incredulity of Saint Thomas (Detail), 1620

(Source: greuze, via nataliakoptseva)

nihtegale:

Bacchus, Roman god of wine and agriculture c. 1496-1498

nihtegale:

Bacchus, Roman god of wine and agriculture c. 1496-1498

oculi-ds:

Shades Of Green by Ben  H. on Flickr.
renaissance-art:

Gerard David c. 1510
Virgin and Child with Saints and Donor (detail)

renaissance-art:

Gerard David c. 1510

Virgin and Child with Saints and Donor (detail)

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1950sunlimited:

Magnavox with Magna-Color (Chromatone) and Astro-Sonic Stereo, 1966

1950sunlimited:

Magnavox with Magna-Color (Chromatone) and Astro-Sonic Stereo, 1966

paysagemauvais:

Doom Painting (Last Judgment)  St Thomas and St Edmunds, Salisbury, Wiltshire
The Doom Painting above the chancel arch is a powerful feature drawing many visitors. It is believed to be the largest such painting in England and was painted in 1475 as a thank-offering for a safely returned pilgrim. The painting was white-washed over in 1593 and was re-discovered in 1819, but not restored until 1881. It was restored in 1953. Please click on the links below for a fuller description of the painting and its history.

paysagemauvais:

Doom Painting (Last Judgment)
St Thomas and St Edmunds, Salisbury, Wiltshire

The Doom Painting above the chancel arch is a powerful feature drawing many visitors. It is believed to be the largest such painting in England and was painted in 1475 as a thank-offering for a safely returned pilgrim.
The painting was white-washed over in 1593 and was re-discovered in 1819, but not restored until 1881. It was restored in 1953. Please click on the links below for a fuller description of the painting and its history.

(via nataliakoptseva)

(Source: blackaller)