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Sep 29

heaveninawildflower:

'Woods in the Fall' undated watercolour by Childe Hassam (1859–1935).
Image and text courtesy MFA Boston. 

heaveninawildflower:

'Woods in the Fall' undated watercolour by Childe Hassam (1859–1935).

Image and text courtesy MFA Boston. 

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petitpoulailler:

mycountryliving via Pinterest

petitpoulailler:

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sakrogoat:

Jean-Pierre Franque - Allegory of the State of France Before Napoleon’s return from Egypy

sakrogoat:

Jean-Pierre Franque - Allegory of the State of France Before Napoleon’s return from Egypy

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dukeandsons:

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dukeandsons:

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Sep 28

athousandwinds:

 Our Pond, 1937, oil on canvas by Alexander Jamieson, British, 1873-1937. Glasgow Museums, Glasgow, Scotland.

athousandwinds:

 Our Pond, 1937, oil on canvas by Alexander Jamieson, British, 1873-1937. Glasgow Museums, Glasgow, Scotland.

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archaicwonder:

Assyrian Gold Winged Bull Mount, c. 15th-10th century BC
A repousse gold foil mount in the form of an advancing winged bull with curved horns, gaping mouth, elliptical ear, thick trunk, broad wing and curled tail; on the reverse a gold attachment loop.
At its peak, the Assyrian empire stretched from Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea to Persia (Iran), and from the Caucasus Mountains (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan) to the Arabian Peninsula and Egypt. Assyria is named for its original capital, the ancient city of Aššur (aka Ashur) which dates to c. 2600 BC (located in what is now the Saladin Province of northern Iraq), originally one of a number of Akkadian city states in Mesopotamia.

archaicwonder:

Assyrian Gold Winged Bull Mount, c. 15th-10th century BC

A repousse gold foil mount in the form of an advancing winged bull with curved horns, gaping mouth, elliptical ear, thick trunk, broad wing and curled tail; on the reverse a gold attachment loop.

At its peak, the Assyrian empire stretched from Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea to Persia (Iran), and from the Caucasus Mountains (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan) to the Arabian Peninsula and Egypt. Assyria is named for its original capital, the ancient city of Aššur (aka Ashur) which dates to c. 2600 BC (located in what is now the Saladin Province of northern Iraq), originally one of a number of Akkadian city states in Mesopotamia.

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jaded-mandarin:

Portrait of a Lady, Called Elizabeth, Lady Tanfield, 1615.

jaded-mandarin:

Portrait of a Lady, Called Elizabeth, Lady Tanfield, 1615.

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masterpiecedaily:


Paolo Uccello
Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse
1450s

masterpiecedaily:

Paolo Uccello

Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse

1450s

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heaveninawildflower:

'The Orchard' (1902). Palladium print by Clarence H. White (1871–1925).
Image and text courtesy MFA Boston. 

heaveninawildflower:

'The Orchard' (1902). Palladium print by Clarence H. White (1871–1925).

Image and text courtesy MFA Boston. 

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