theegregore:

Margo Wolowiec

theegregore:

Margo Wolowiec

theegregore:

Sayre Gomez

theegregore:

Sayre Gomez

theegregore:

Sayre Gomez

theegregore:

Sayre Gomez

theegregore:

Jeremy DePrez

theegregore:

Jeremy DePrez

Eugène Carrière (French, 1849–1906)
This picture of a girl’s first communion, which probably dates to around 1896, reflects Carrière’s interest in Christian subjects. Rather than representing the religious ceremony, however, Carrière conveys the mystical aspect of the event through the figure’s stylized form, expressionless face, and ghostly presence. This depiction of spiritual and physical purity, emphasized here by the prevalence of the color white, is in keeping with the Symbolist era’s fascination with childhood innocence and feminine virtue.

Eugène Carrière (French, 1849–1906)

This picture of a girl’s first communion, which probably dates to around 1896, reflects Carrière’s interest in Christian subjects. Rather than representing the religious ceremony, however, Carrière conveys the mystical aspect of the event through the figure’s stylized form, expressionless face, and ghostly presence. This depiction of spiritual and physical purity, emphasized here by the prevalence of the color white, is in keeping with the Symbolist era’s fascination with childhood innocence and feminine virtue.

myaloysius:

Godfried Schalcken (1643–1706): Kunstbetrachtung bei Kerzenlicht

myaloysius:

Godfried Schalcken (1643–1706): Kunstbetrachtung bei Kerzenlicht

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nyartsmag:

Do Ho Suh, Specimen Series: New York City Apartment -1 (detail), 2011. Polyester fabric dimensions variable Edition of 3. Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York.   

nyartsmag:

Do Ho Suh, Specimen Series: New York City Apartment -1 (detail), 2011. Polyester fabric dimensions variable Edition of 3. Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York.   

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humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

love-in-avoid:

Erwin Bumenfeld.

love-in-avoid:

Erwin Bumenfeld.

(Source: love-in-a-voidd)

poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.

(Source: magictransistor, via actuallygrimes)

poerobots:

frida

poerobots:

frida

(Source: yourcatwasdelicious, via brittanyschall)

mpdrolet:

Ada Hamza

mpdrolet:

Ada Hamza


Francesca Woodman, Boulder, Colorado, 1976

Francesca Woodman, Boulder, Colorado, 1976

(Source: saloandseverine, via bloodmilk)

andersoinonen:

untitled, 2013, 24 x 20 inchesAnders Oinonen

andersoinonen:

untitled, 2013, 24 x 20 inches
Anders Oinonen

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aleyma:

Relief plaque with face of an owl, made in Egypt, 400-30 BC (source).

aleyma:

Relief plaque with face of an owl, made in Egypt, 400-30 BC (source).