Artemisia Gentileschi (July 8, 1593–1652)

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#lmao #omg #paintings #classical art 
thorterback:

evansmas:

nerdiestofbears:

quentin2:

“The Reluctant Bride” Auguste Toulmouche, French, oil on canvas, 1866

#this is gorgeous #but i just can’t unsee james mcavoy
oh my god

thorterback:

evansmas:

nerdiestofbears:

quentin2:

“The Reluctant Bride”
Auguste Toulmouche, French, oil on canvas, 1866

#this is gorgeous #but i just can’t unsee james mcavoy

oh my god

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#anatomy #human body #paintings #art 

magnoliaporter:

au-nat-urelle:

rabbivole:

standingstrides:

The beautiful work of Danny Quirk which I want to share with you fellow anatomy enthusiasts.

Lush.

i… guess i’ll tag this as gore just in case?

but this is incredible

holy shit this owns

this stuff might be inspirational/helpful for monster pulse so i am reblogging it for reference

also i really hate being reminded of what boobs look like under the skin, i dunno why that specifically is so gross to me but it is

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#cats #paintings #art #Schizophrenia 
peacewithoutreligion:

The Stages of Schizophrenia
A 20th-century artist, Louis Wain, who was fascinated by cats, painted these pictures over a period of time in which he developed schizophrenia. The pictures mark progressive stages in the illness and exemplify what it does to the victim’s perception.

peacewithoutreligion:

The Stages of Schizophrenia

A 20th-century artist, Louis Wain, who was fascinated by cats, painted these pictures over a period of time in which he developed schizophrenia. The pictures mark progressive stages in the illness and exemplify what it does to the victim’s perception.

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#paintings #winter 
popsiclegun:

Lu Cong
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