marthajefferson:

yseult:

18th century poesy ring.
Inscription reads: Many are the stars I see but in my eye no star like thee.

marthajefferson:

yseult:

18th century poesy ring.

Inscription reads: Many are the stars I see but in my eye no star like thee.

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eluciidate:

this is how I would doctor

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luciopalmieri:

Uccella Modella!

luciopalmieri:

Uccella Modella!




stunningpicture:

New photo from Gaza today looks like actual hell on earth

stunningpicture:

New photo from Gaza today looks like actual hell on earth

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deaneggsandsam:

when u sneeze in front of your pet and they look like you’ve just offended their great ancestors

image

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Mrs. Hudson, leave Baker Street? England would fall.

Mrs. Hudson, leave Baker Street? England would fall.

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alt-j:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

benedict cumberbatch harasses a black youth

this is the fifth time I’ve reblogged this i don’t care

alt-j:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

benedict cumberbatch harasses a black youth

this is the fifth time I’ve reblogged this i don’t care

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philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt. Today we celebrate his special day with a painting he began in 1917, but was left unfinished by his sudden death in 1918. This masterful portraitist had an incredible impact on painting with his intimate depictions of women and remarkable detailing. Has anything unfinished ever looked so good?Now on view: “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman),” 1917–18, by Gustav Klimt (On loan from The Lewis Collection)

philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt. Today we celebrate his special day with a painting he began in 1917, but was left unfinished by his sudden death in 1918. This masterful portraitist had an incredible impact on painting with his intimate depictions of women and remarkable detailing. Has anything unfinished ever looked so good?

Now on view: “Frauenbildnis (Portrait of a Woman),” 1917–18, by Gustav Klimt (On loan from The Lewis Collection)

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