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inthearmsof · a year ago
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Uffizi Gallery, Florence
Italy, 2020
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triflingthing · a year ago
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Musée d'Orsay
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bonniewang · a year ago
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Giaquinto Corrado, Allegory of Justice and Peace, (1753 - 1754)
Representing Justice and Peace, they embrace and seem about to kiss each other. This pictorial motif could be used to express political peace or, as is the case here, to allude to the peaceful policies that characterised the reign of Ferdinand VI, for whom this work was painted. It also relates to Psalm 85, which announces eternal peace between God and humankind, or salvation, implying the warning that peace should be consolidated on earth as well: 
"Mercy and truth are met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other. Truth shall spring out of the earth; and righteousness shall look down from heaven. Yea, the Lord shall give that which is good; and our land shall yield her increase. Righteousness shall go before him; and shall set us in the way of his steps"
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arcana-imperii · a year ago
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Execution of Lady Jane Grey [and details] — Paul Delaroche, 1833
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darkestcinema · a year ago
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browntrait · 9 months ago
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i mean this is in the nicest way possible but there’s that one sim style that looks very much....”whytes only” and i h8 it... 
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bucephaly · 4 months ago
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Getting to the point where ill see pen drawings or anything black and white or with solid black shapes and go PRINT!
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find-ur-why · 5 months ago
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academiclolita · 11 months ago
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religious experience ✝️
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armthearmour · 7 days ago
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A Horseman's Axe, Germany, 16th century, housed at the Royal Armouries War Gallery in Leeds.
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jugglingjujube · 4 months ago
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If you try hard enough every wall can be a gallery wall
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an-anchor-for-the-soul · a year ago
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sun-flowerstudies · a year ago
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20/12/2020
the art gallery was beautiful, as per usual
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stillthesunkenstars · a year ago
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Like I think most of brax’s art opinions can be edgy but he have a point sometimes but it’s that he prides himself as a collector of all things beautiful while only mentioning Western art that’s what makes me want to sit him down down and discuss w him whether he deserves human rights
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despairforme · a year ago
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FC Bayern, Stern des Südens, du wirst niemals untergehen, weil wir in guten wie in schlechten Zeiten zueinander stehen. FC Bayern, Deutscher Meister, ja so heißt er mein Verein, ja so war es und so ist es und so wird es immer sein.
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inthearmsof · a year ago
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Ceiling details in the Gallery Uffizi
Italy, 2020
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suetravelblog · 8 months ago
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Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad Serbia
Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad Serbia
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rjptalk · 9 months ago
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BRIGHT AND COLORFUL
BRIGHT AND COLORFUL AMONG THE BRIGHT SQUARES OF APRIL Introducing the European Starling, brought over from somewhere in Europe in 1890. Of course, these birds had the usual destructive effect that inevitably accompany introduced species. By now, they are well and truly established pretty much everywhere in North America. We had millions of them when I lived in Jerusalem. Look at the colors in…
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academiclolita · 11 months ago
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art in melbourne ✨
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armthearmour · a month ago
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A brass decorated Sword with curving quillons reminiscent of a Schiavonesca,
OaL: 36.3 in/92.3 cm
Blade Length: 31.2 in/79.3 cm
Italy, ca. 1500-1530, housed at the Royal Armouries War Gallery in Leeds.
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