Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)

engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903


remuslupinly:

CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIESFRANCIS ABERNATHY Some boys are liquid, or at least pretend to be so easily changed. Later, Francis dreamt of being washed away completely. Water symbolises adaptability and reason, as well as the tendency of these to lead to indifference and cynicism when unchecked.

remuslupinly:

CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIES
FRANCIS ABERNATHY Some boys are liquid, or at least pretend to be so easily changed. Later, Francis dreamt of being washed away completely. Water symbolises adaptability and reason, as well as the tendency of these to lead to indifference and cynicism when unchecked.


to the random surge of followers I’ve gotten in the last few days: hi. I don’t know where you came from (possibly from this post, which started getting notes again), but welcome.

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

The strange collection of fused porcelain, artist Livia Marin

An artist has reshaped service porcelain teapots and cups by giving them a molten appearance … all without damaging or changing the patterns inscribed on objects! Discover a collection of weird and wonderful porcelain.

Born in Chile, Livia Marin , imagine a whole new world for cups and teapots in his series of ceramic Nomad Patterns. The artist deflected by making ceramic bathing, a very surreal way, in flasks covered and sagging patterns. A fabulous clash between tradition and modernity.



Frida Kahlo at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, 1940s. By Manuel Álvarez Bravo

Frida Kahlo at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, 1940s. By Manuel Álvarez Bravo


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WHO WROTE WHAT BIT?
Ah. Another tricky one. As the official Keeper of the One True Copy, Terry physically wrote more of Draft 1 than Neil. But if 2,000 words are written down after a lot of excited shouting, it’s a moot point whose words they are. And, in any case, as a matter of honor both of them rewrote and footnoted the other guy’s stuff, and both can write passably in the other guy’s style. The Agnes Nutter scenes and the kids mostly originated with Terry, the Four Horsemen and anything with maggots started with Neil. Neil had the most influence on the opening, Terry on the ending. Apart from that, they just shouted excitedly a lot.

The point they both realised the text had wandered into its own world was in the basement of the old Gollancz books, where they’d got together to proofread the final copy, and Neil congratulated Terry on a line that Terry knew he hadn’t written, and Neil was certain that he hadn’t written either. They both privately suspect that at some point the book had started to generate text on its own, but neither of them will actually admit this publicly for fear of being thought odd.

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Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (2006 edition) - appendix by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (via horriblybookish)

teenagelobatomy:

mármol

por Juan Pablo Tavera





"ἰὼ ἰὼ λιγείας μόρον ἀηδόνος:
περέβαλον γάρ οἱ πτεροφόρον δέμας
θεοὶ γλυκύν τ᾽ αἰῶνα κλαυμάτων ἄτερ:
ἐμοὶ δὲ μίμνει σχισμὸς ἀμφήκει δορί.
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Oh, oh, for the pure-voiced nightingale’s fate!
A wing-bearing form the gods cast around her
and sweet life without weeping,
but for me remains the cleaving of a double-edged spear."

Cassandra

Aeschylus, Agamemnon 1146-9.

(greek text | translation)

Cassandra/Philomela bitter half-envious survivor dynamics forever.

(via chthonic-cassandra)


zeroing:

Erin Hanson


suammetuit:

art meme: spring and winter in paris

“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” ― Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast



P  O  S  E  I  D  O  N  / Ποσειδων
The world was divided in three, and each received his domain. When the lots were cast, I won the grey sea for my home forever…
5 / 9 greek gods and goddesses: myth meme

P  O  S  E  I  D  O  N  Ποσειδων

The world was divided in three, and each received his domain. When the lots were cast, I won the grey sea for my home forever…

5 / 9 greek gods and goddesses: myth meme


morevnaa:

wiglytuf:

my body is a temple, but it’s a temple to dionysus

#i am henry winter