Walter Crane ~ This is the study for the panel The Viking’s Bride from the frieze decoration
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Detail from Portrait of a Lady, Paulo Uccello
Brunate Esposizione 1909
(Source: satiricdancer, via elegantspell)
Gold necklace from Thessaly with pendants: lanceolate leaves, pointed amphorae, and garnets. It is part of the ‘Treasure’ placed in a royal tomb. About 300 BC. L. 0.35 m
The Benaki Museum
Red Dahlia in 1907 by Piet Mondrian. The Morgan Library and Museum, New York.
“The Pond in October”
I was at this awsome exhibition. Fairytale illustration. Jugendstil.
I mae an awful lot of photos but most of them didn´t turn out that well -.- ….(via
~* Ancient Viking Medieval Bronze Sword Chape - Odin, 800-900 A.D. Ex. British private collection, reputedly found in Scandinavia in the 1950’s. *~
Accretions of centuries
William Sydney Mount
August von Kreling: Erwin von Steinbach im Waldesdom