buongiorno:

J. M. W. Turner - Ship in a Storm (ca. 1823-6) (likeafieldmouse)

buongiorno:

J. M. W. Turner - Ship in a Storm (ca. 1823-6) (likeafieldmouse)

(via artpropelled)

pipsqueak-press:

Amélie Graux, J’aime mes cauchemars

pipsqueak-press:

Amélie Graux, J’aime mes cauchemars

(via holespoles)

nevver:

Sharkbrains, Kate Lacour

(Source: etsy.com)

conversationswiththelight:

"Defeated, exhausted and helpless you will perhaps go a little bit further."
Agnes Martin, On the Perfection Underlying Life (Writings, pg 70)

conversationswiththelight:

"Defeated, exhausted and helpless you will perhaps go a little bit further."

Agnes Martin, On the Perfection Underlying Life (Writings, pg 70)

(via artspotting)

arsvitaest:

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2002, engraved drawing on India ink prepared board
via amare-habeo

arsvitaest:

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2002, engraved drawing on India ink prepared board

via amare-habeo

besturlonhere:

scarymansion:

Aubrey Longley Cook,   Runaway – Animated Hand Embroidery

i now understand it is possible to go too hard 

(Source: littlelimpstiff14u2, via workman)

imgfave:

Posted by obstacol

imgfave:

Posted by obstacol

(via holespoles)

(Source: generic-art, via workman)

myampgoesto11:

2014 Illustrations by Daehyun Kim 

My Amp Goes To 11Twitter | Instagram

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books0977:

Aunt Louisa’s Welcome Visitor. Comprising New Year’s Eve; The Kingdom of the Greedy; Frisky the Squirrel; Dick Whittington. Laura Valentine. Frederick Warne and Co., London (Bedford Street Strand), c.1875.
"The Old Year’s work was nearly done;He knew his reign drew near its close,That soon would set its last red sun,And he should pass to sweet repose.”

books0977:

Aunt Louisa’s Welcome Visitor. Comprising New Year’s Eve; The Kingdom of the Greedy; Frisky the Squirrel; Dick Whittington. Laura Valentine. Frederick Warne and Co., London (Bedford Street Strand), c.1875.

"The Old Year’s work was nearly done;
He knew his reign drew near its close,
That soon would set its last red sun,
And he should pass to sweet repose.”

(via centuriespast)