futuristic aesthetic | mediterranean | nature | 𝕹𝖆𝖙𝖚𝖗𝖊 boy ; holistic 𝓰𝓮𝓮𝓴. I'm a man whose hair is made of 𝙥𝙚𝙩𝙖𝙡𝙨, stones, bygone shouting stars and waves of matter. My eyes are fluid equations, my heart is theirs and mine. My exhalation is the cosmic inhalation, and my breath tastes like earth. I have no mind as long as something appears in front of my inner hunger, which is perpetual; everything melts on my skin to dye it, and my language is joy: love and playful investigation. ° Dédié à l'émoi d'être et à la profondeur de se sentir être.
I love your blog so much. Hope you post more paintings and art details ❤️
Thank you! At the moment I’m in the process of finishing some last edits in a book I wrote before submitting it to publishers, so this blog is less active, but I’ll definitely create more content when it’ll be done!
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Evelyn de Morgan, Night and Sleep (details), 1878
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Alcide-Théophile Robaudi (detail)
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hi! Do you mind if I ask where do you get high quality art pictures? I'm trying to find a few specific ones for an assignment and it's so hard ndmd thank you! 💖
Usually, I look for the name of the image on the computer version of Google Images and click on "settings" - "advanced search" - and scroll down to "image size" and select at least 2 MP. Another way: you look on the Google Images results, find one coming from Wikipedia (looking at the web link underneath), then you go on the Wikipedia page; if you're not on the "File" page (you must have a title like: "File:Mona Lisa, by..."), you click on the picture, then the blue button "Details". Under the picture you have many resolutions and click on the one you want, e.g. "2000 x 1000 pixels". Another way I use sometimes: take a low resolution picture, slide it in the Google Images search bar and then just under the search bar you have a tiny picture you put, its size, and a marvellous "all sizes" that you will click. It will show you all available sizes. The biggest ones show first. If anyone knows other ways, complete in the comments. :-)
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Detail: Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace, 1770, by Louis Jean François Lagrenée.
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There are all sorts of angels. Which one are you? Details of painted wings. (The first one is digital art.)
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Details II: Aurora and Cephalus, 1811 and 1810, by Pierre-Narcisse Guérin. (detail I)
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Tatsuji Miyoshi, tr. by Edith Marcombe Shiffert & Yūki Sawa, from Anthology of Modern Japanese Poetry; “A Boy”
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Vincent Van Gogh’s stream of thoughts
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Louise Glück, From Descending Figure; “Portland, 1968”
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If you enjoyed the "Come at my place tonight. You’ll reign over the skies" photoset then you might enjoy the book Piranesi by Susanna Clarke, and maybe also the drawings of Gaetano Battista Piranesi.
☝🏽thanks for the suggestions!
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You probably hear this enough, but I appreciate your blog so much. Thank you for keeping it going.
Still grateful to hear that, I’m surprised of what this blog has become. At first I was like “yeah let’s create a second blog with no traffic at all to create stuff i’m a rebel i don’t wanna no likes”. Well some failures are cool in the end. Thank you for your nice words!
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hi! Wondering where you got your scans of the Augsburg book of miracles? Trying to get my hands on a complete PDF
Hey ! I search on Google images by inserting the picture into the search bar, chose “all sizes” and found a random twitter account displaying good qualities. But it’s definitely not a complete PDF, although that would have been so great.
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adoro o seu blog 💗💗💗
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If life keeps up like this I’m gonna use your inbox like a concessional
I feel in a Myasaki movie, you’re literally one of the Spirit of the Tumblr Ask Box. Here’s a virtual rose for you with no needles 🌹 You can use it as a secret weapon, it will release 50 points of “someone cares about your struggles” at the time you choose. Here’s another one though 🌹 You’ve been blessed by the V-roses.
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𝙾𝚜𝚌𝚊𝚛 𝚆𝚒𝚕𝚍𝚎, 𝚃𝚑𝚎 𝙱𝚞𝚛𝚍𝚎𝚗 𝚘𝚏 𝙸𝚝𝚢𝚜 (𝟷𝟾𝟾𝟷)
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Details, III : The Flight into Egypt, 1609, by the German artist Adam Elsheimer.
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