supruntu:

Tomislav Peternek

supruntu:

Tomislav Peternek

(Source: kulturtava, via fabforgottennobility)

supersonicart:

Emily Burns Interview.

I did a short interview with painter Emily Burns in preparation for her brand new print, “Tactile Response,” (Second image above) for The People’s Printshop which will be released tomorrow: Friday, March 14th.  

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eccellenze-italiane:

Franco Fontana
eccellenze-italiane:

La Scala
Eisenstaedt, Alfred (1898-1989) - 1934 Premiere at La Scala, Milan by RasMarley on Flickr.
ordocadavercyan:

Ламены Ариэля, Рафаэля, Габриэля, Махаэля.

ordocadavercyan:

Ламены Ариэля, Рафаэля, Габриэля, Махаэля.

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awesomejoeggernautlove:

This is the design for another wood cut.

awesomejoeggernautlove:

This is the design for another wood cut.


Architectural composition drawing for a château d’eau, 1873

Architectural composition drawing for a château d’eau, 1873

(Source: archimaps, via themaskedlordshart-deactivated2)

griffinrampant:

From Inquiries into the Process and Origin of the Science of Heraldry in England by James Dalloway, p130
Engraving of Guy Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, standing over the beheaded corpse of Piers Gaveston, earl of Cornwall, 1330. Taken from the Rous Rolls. Gaveston’s shield bears his arms (vert six eaglets displayed or, 3, 2, and 1). Beauchamp’s banner, which is possibly sable an orle argent, is not his coat of arms; it may be a mark of cadency.

griffinrampant:

From Inquiries into the Process and Origin of the Science of Heraldry in England by James Dalloway, p130

Engraving of Guy Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, standing over the beheaded corpse of Piers Gaveston, earl of Cornwall, 1330. Taken from the Rous Rolls. Gaveston’s shield bears his arms (vert six eaglets displayed or, 3, 2, and 1). Beauchamp’s banner, which is possibly sable an orle argent, is not his coat of arms; it may be a mark of cadency.

fabforgottennobility:

Patek Philippe, 1894

fabforgottennobility:

Patek Philippe, 1894

lostsplendor:

Visitors from the Seas: “Sailors aboard an Austrian warship wearing protective suits and gas masks during World War I.”, c. 1916 (via LIFE - Hosted by Google)

lostsplendor:

Visitors from the Seas: “Sailors aboard an Austrian warship wearing protective suits and gas masks during World War I.”, c. 1916 (via LIFE - Hosted by Google)