Петрушкаの恋
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vulgariumfragmenta:

Lucrezia Borgia’s hair reliquary (presso Pinacoteca Ambrosiana)
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a-l-ancien-regime:

François Boucher (1703-1770)
The Four Seasons: Spring
National Museum of Fontainebleau
Palace of Fontainebleau - Great apartments ceiling Council Chamber (detail)
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jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
jeannepompadour:

The Visconti tarot deck illuminated by Bonifacio Bembo, c. 1450
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amalgammaray:

Hans Bellmer. Unica Tied, 1959.
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periwinkle-forest:

Hair Decoration II by Anne Siems
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euo:

The kid I babysit got pink eye or something so I had to take him to the urgent care place and I sent this pic to his mom it’s v art blog
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philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Edgar Degas. Although most recognized for his paintings, the French artist also explored sculpture. The original wax version of this bronze ballerina caused somewhat of a sensation when exhibited in 1881. Why do you think it was controversial?”Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen,” executed in wax 1878–81, cast in bronze after 1922, by Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas
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put-em-all-to-flight:

Kara Neko