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fleuwers · a day ago
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Detail: La Vierge aux anges, William Adolphe Bouguereau. 213.4 x 152.4 cms | 84 x 60 ins Oil on canvas                                        
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'The Madonna of the Roses' and 'The Madonna of Pietà' by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
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adreamihadforgotten · 20 days ago
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the abduction of psyche/ love and psyche
by william adolphe bouguereau
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charlottearthistory · 7 months ago
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‘irene’ - william adolphe bouguereau (1897)
the greek goddess of peace, also known as eirene.
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die-rosastrasse · 7 months ago
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William-Adolphe Bouguereau
French, 1825-1905
The Return of the Spring - 1887 (detail)
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1ilium-candidum · 3 months ago
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Rêve de printemps / Dream of Spring (Details), 1901. by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
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ladychlo · 4 months ago
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William-Adolphe Bouguereau X Harry Styles
paintings:
Portrait of Gabrielle Cot (1890)
Irène (1897)
Innocence (1873 - 1873)
Youth and Love (1877)
Douleur d'amour [Pain of Love] (1899)
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aconissa · 2 months ago
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Rezi van Lankveld, Píeta / Michelangelo, Pietà / William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Pieta / Henry Weekes, Percy & Mary Shelley as Pieta
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taminoswife · 7 months ago
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Fardeau Agréable, c. 1895. William-Adolphe Bouguereau
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The birth of Venus in art When the Titan Cronus severed his father's (Uranus) genitals and flung them into the sea, the blood and semen caused foam to gather and float across the sea to the island of Cyprus. There Aphrodite rose out of the sea from the foam (hence her name came from the word aphros, which means foam). She had experienced no infancy or childhood; she came into existence as a fully grown, young woman.
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charlottearthistory · 7 months ago
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‘the earrings’ - william adolphe bouguereau (1891)
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