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red-lipstick:

Chris Berens (Hertogenbosch, Netherlands) - Come Along With Me, 2010      Paintings: Oil on Canvas

red-lipstick:

Chris Berens (Hertogenbosch, Netherlands) - Come Along With Me, 2010      Paintings: Oil on Canvas

(Source: chrisberens.com)

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justenoughisplenty:

A young brown bear salvages a dead salmon from the McNeil River. Youngsters often scavenge streams for fish left by dominant bears.
National Geographic - September, 1975

liked his hair

justenoughisplenty:

A young brown bear salvages a dead salmon from the McNeil River. Youngsters often scavenge streams for fish left by dominant bears.

National Geographic - September, 1975

liked his hair

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fer1972:

Hollowed by Marta S. aka Weremoon (Artist on tumblr)

fer1972:

Hollowed by Marta S. aka Weremoon (Artist on tumblr)

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transistoradio:

John Everett Millais, Christmas Eve (1887), oil on canvas, 157.5 x 134 cm. Via WikiPaintings.

transistoradio:

John Everett Millais, Christmas Eve (1887), oil on canvas, 157.5 x 134 cm. Via WikiPaintings.

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nospheratusblack666:

”Bat in the Hat” by Paul Groendes

nospheratusblack666:

”Bat in the Hat” by Paul Groendes

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feuille-d-automne:

Couple 1886 .
Via

feuille-d-automne:

Couple 1886 .

Via

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thehystericalsociety:

Backyard fauna - c. 1890s - (Via)

thehystericalsociety:

Backyard fauna - c. 1890s - (Via)

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designstroy:

(viaNeato Coolville)

designstroy:

(viaNeato Coolville)

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back-then:

The fence. Undated

back-then:

The fence. Undated

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slowlyeden:

Art history meme | 3/8 artists

Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864–1916)

Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Hammershøi is known for his poetic, low-key interiors. Many of these feature his wife, Ida Ilsted, often seen from behind, and many were painted in their homes in Copenhagen.

Throughout his career, Hammershøi remained independent of any group or movement: a fact which contributed to his work being largely forgotten until relatively recently. While their limited colour-palettes give Hammershøi’s works an air of calm elegance, they can also evoke a sense of mystery and even tension, and, despite their understated aesthetic, they were enough to unsettle the artistic establishment of Hammershøi’s day.

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