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deathandmysticism:

Peasants standing next to the remains of people they ate during the Russian famine, 1921
imagediver:

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Detail from *Gustave Moreau *, Thracian Girl Carrying the Head of Orpheus on His Lyre, 1865

renaissance-art:

Hans Holbein c. 1532

Portrait of Georg Gisze (details) 

(via detailsdetales)

denisforkas:

The Slant Serpent, the Tortuous Serpent, 2012-13
Egg tempera, acrylics, gilding and ink on prepared wood block, 25.4 x 33 cm 
inneroptics:

TOMOHIDE IKEYA
fleurdulys:

Spring - Witold Pruszkowski
1887
shakypigment:

Giacomo Grosso - The supreme meeting (1895)
sadsofia:

ohcrackohcrack:

my little dead bug collection, I’m very fond of it

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denisforkas:

Praetorian, 2012
Ink on paper, 56 x 42 cm
inneroptics:

Debbie Fleming Caffery
generic-art:

Dean Cornwell, It’s Hard to Explain Murder

"Maybe growing up was really nothing more than growing away: from your old life, from your old self, from all those things that kept you tethered to your past."

- Jennifer E. Smith, This Is What Happy Looks Like

(Source: larmoyante)

dictionnaire-infernal:

Hans Memling, Triptych of Earthly Vanity and Divine Salvation. c. 1485
jeannepompadour:

Portrait of a Noblewoman Dressed in Mourning by Jacopo Empoli,  c. 1600-10