cloaca-maximaa:

Peter Paul Rubens, The Entombment (c. 1612) detail

cloaca-maximaa:

Peter Paul Rubens, The Entombment (c. 1612) detail

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nex218:

Haruko Maeda: Heartbeat of the Death - Queen Elizabeth the first, 2013.

nex218:

Haruko Maeda: Heartbeat of the Death - Queen Elizabeth the first, 2013.

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pansexualrevolutionary:

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augustfleurs:

MONARCH BUTTERFLY (by Mario Vazquez)

augustfleurs:

MONARCH BUTTERFLY (by Mario Vazquez)

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'Twas a long time ago, longer now than it seems, in a place that perhaps you've seen in your dreams.  For the story that you are about to be told, took place in the holiday worlds of old.  Now, you've probably wondered where holidays come from.  If you haven't, I'd say it's time you begun.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

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thenightwhisperer:

Amor Vincit Omnia -1601-1602 (Detail) Caravaggio
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thenightwhisperer:

Amor Vincit Omnia -1601-1602 (Detail) Caravaggio

Edited by Me

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sundxwn:

Santorini After Sunset by Victor Tovell
monochromacity:

'B & W' by Maylis

I didn’t want to play her as this femme fatale—she was a genuine evangelical with a real religious belief in the Reformation … Anne really influenced the world, behind closed doors but she’s given no explicit credit because she wasn’t protected.Let’s not forget, too, that history was written by men. And even now, in our post-feminist era we still have women struggle in public positions of power.

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