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  2. jeannepompadour:

    The French actress Gabrielle Réjane by Madeleine Lemaire, 1883

     
  3. jeannepompadour:

    Cenotaph of the Counts of Neuchatel ordered by Count Louis of Neuchatel in 1372

     
  4. jeannepompadour:

    Tree of Jesse by Jan Mostaert, c. 1500

     
  5. jeannepompadour:

    Stained glass windows in the Cathédrale de Soissons, 13th or 14th century France

     
  6. aleyma:

    Silver bookbinding on a copy of the Paradijs Gartlein by Johan Arndt. Made in Germany in 1696 (source).

     
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  9. humansofnewyork:

    "We’re all victims of the architect. Architecture is the only art that you can’t help but feel. You can avoid paintings, you can avoid music, and you can even avoid history. But good luck getting away from architecture."

     
  10. exhibition-ism:

    Richard Stone at Galleries Goldstein

     
  11. staff:

    Tumblr Tuesday: “Hands” (Karaoke Instrumental Track) [In the style of Jewel]

    This is my Origami
    The origami artist’s natural enemies: toddlers, rain, toddlers with scissors.

    Chrissy Nail Art
    The only thing that could make Chrissy’s nails spookier is if they fell off. 

    Pics of Cats’ Paws
    Paws: the hands of cats.

    Hands on Film
    Celebrity hands: they’re just like ours except they only have five fingers. 

    Fuck You Party Photographer
    A cautionary tale of what happens when you flip off the photographer. You think it’s all fun and games, but there’s a human being with feelings behind that camera. 

    Photo via thisismyorigami

     
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  13. plasmatics-life:

    Institution for the study of TIbetan Buddhism - {by Yoyo lu} | {Follow on 500px}

     
  14. pacegallery:

    Last Chance: Fred Wilson's solo exhibition at Pace, Sculptures, Paintings, and Installations: 2004 - 2014, is on display through Saturday, October 18. Check out his flag paintings and glass sculptures at 534 West 25th Street in New York - and be sure to share your photos with us.

    Images: Fred Wilson, Act V. Scene II - Exeunt Omnes, 2014. Murano glass and wood.

     
  15. (Source: R2--D2, via zoomw0rld)