Look, eye, eyes...
Look, eye, eyes...
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Bound Hand with Lover's Eye ● Fatima Ronquillo
Eye Fatima, Meyer East, Artist Fatima Ronquillo, Art Inspiration, Ronquillo Bound, Lovers Eyes, Lover S Eyes, Art Hands
Bound Hand with Lover's Eye" - FATIMA RONQUILLO. oil on panel at Meyer East Gallery
Bound Hand with Lover’s Eye | FATIMA ~behind the red curtain...~
ghoulnextdoor: Bound Hand with Lover’s Eye | FATIMA RONQUILLO
Bound Hand with Lover’s Eye | FATIMA RONQUILLO #red #art #eye
Bound Hand with Lover’s Eye | FATIMA RONQUILLO
Fatima Ronquillo Bound Hand with Lover's Eye
2013 | FATIMA RONQUILLO
Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye | FATIMA RONQUILLO
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'Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye' (2011) by Philippine-born, American self-taught artist Fattima Ronquillo. oil on panel, 7 x 5 in.
Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye by Fatima Ronquillo. Wounded Hand was a medieval reference to the wounds of Christ.
Fattima Ronquillo, Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye #NoelitoFlow please repin & like ,https://www.twitter,com/noelitoflow
Fatima Ronquillo - Wounded Hand with Lover's Eye, 7x5 inches, oil on panel
Fattima Ronquillo, Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye. Quite a statement...
Fattima Ronquillo, Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye. Zippertravel.com
2011 | FATIMA RONQUILLO - wounded hand with lovers eye
Fattima Ronquillo. Wounded Hand with Lover’s Eye. ...
Wounded Hand with Lover's Eye
Eye Collection, Poster Design, Eye Spy, Lutz Roeder, Eye Eye, Taxidermy Eyes, Eye Ball, Eyeball
Lutz Roeder, cover artwork for german magazine Gebrauchsgraphik, 1966. Source
Gebrauchsgraphik No. 5 1966 Cover design by Lutz Roeder.
Poster design reference...
glass eye collection.
glass eye balls
Ink Drawing, Hobson Vision, Eyeball Drawing, Lovers Eyes, Jewelry Eyes, Ets Loverseye, Lover S Eye, 1999 Mary
from: A Mélange of Curiosities. // a pen and ink drawing of an eye would be beautiful....pencil would be nice too...
iamjapanese: Mary Daniel Hobson Vision II, 1999 from MAPPING THE BODY serieskodalith and mixed media
Mary Daniel Hobson | Mary Daniel Hobson Vision II, 1999 from MAPPING THE BODY series ...
Mary Daniel Hobson Vision II, 1999 from MAPPING THE BODY
Lover's eye. ~ETS #loverseye #brooch #romance #lovetoken
Vision II, 1999 - Mary Daniel Hobson
Lover's Eye token.
"Lover's Eye" pendant, late 18th/early 19th c.
Eyeminiatures Loverseye, Eye Miniatures, Lovers Eyes, Lover S Eyes, Turquoise Stone, Jewelry Eyes, Lovers Brooches, Eye Jewelry
Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s | Vanity Fair Yellow-gold brooch with border of 32 natural oriental half-pearls in a floral motif with eight small turquoise stones; brown right eye. Oval locket back with woven brown hair under glass. Circa 1820.
Yellow gold brooche with border of 32 natural oriental half pearlys with 8 small turquoise stones, ca. 1820. Collection of Dr. and Mrs. David Skier. #lookoflove #eyeminiatures #loverseye
Broche en or jaune, perles naturelles, pierres turquoises et portrait d’un œil droit brun. Au dos, médaillon ovale avec des cheveux bruns tissés sous verre – 1820 – Acheté par Edith Weber, à New York © The Look of Love, Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection, Birmingham Museum of Art, photo Sean Pathasema
Yellow gold brooch with border of thirty-two natural oriental half pearls in a floral motif with eight small turquoise stones; oval locket back with woven brown hair under glass, circa 1820. Brown right eye. Purchased from Edith Weber, New York. Dimensions: 1 by 1-1³8 by 1³4 inch. Photo by: M. Sean Pathasema.
Photos: Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s | Vanity Fair
Birmingham, Al. Museum of Art Collection. A hundred eyes, hand-painted and surrounded by pearls, gold and precious gemstones, will be on display through June 10. Dating from the late 18th to the late 19th century, each tells a unique story, from the grief of a child's death to the sentiments of clandestine lovers. Brooches, rings, pendants, bracelets and other objects became personalized expressions from those who commissioned artists to create them.
'Lover’s Eye' pin with turquoise and pearls, England, early 19th century
Eye Portrait encrusted with Gold, Pearls and Turquoise
lover's eye jewelry
After the Low Tide, 1936 by Frantisek Vobecky
Collage Photomontage, Collage Recyicling, Collage Pour Moi, Collage Eyes, Collage Fotomontaje, Collage Melange
František Vobecký- After the Low Tide, 1936 ( via Ubu Gallery)
After the Low Tide, 1936 by Frantisek Vobecky// great collage
frenchtwist: After the Low Tide by Frantisek Vobecky, 1936
After the Low Tide by Frantisek Vobecky, 1936. S)
After the Low Tide by Frantisek Vobecky, 1936.
After the Low Tide by #FrantisekVobecky, 1936.
Frantisek Vobecky :: After the Low Tide, 1936
~Bronze Protection Eyes... by Cynthia Thornton
Blue Sapphire, Apotropaic Bronze, Beautiful Eyes, Sapphire Coin, Evil Eye, Protection Eyes
Bronze Protection Eye and Rose Cut Sapphire Coin. $26.00, via Etsy. I might be in love with this woman OMG everything she makes is beautiful !! EYE
Bronze Protection Eye and Rose Cut Sapphire Coin. $26.00, from Cynthia Thornton, via Etsy.
Bronze Protection Eye and Rose Cut Sapphire Coin. $26.00, via Etsy. Beautiful.
Bronze Protection Eye and Rose Cut Sapphire Coin on Etsy, $26.00
Bronze Protection Eye and Rose Cut Sapphire by cynthiathornton
6th Feb 2013 - Bronze Protection Eye by Cynthia Thornton
(Apotropaic!) Bronze Protection Eye by Cynthia Thornton
Bronze Protection Eye Rose Cut Sapphire Coin
song and dance
Halloween Costume, Dancing Eyeball, Big Eyes, Giant Eyeball, Eye Eye, Eyeball Costume, Vintage Costume, Vintage Photo
20 Halloween Costumes So Unsexy, They’re Downright Scary | Collectors Weekly // no caption for this first one, but it's my absolute fave WARNING: not for coulraphobics
Vintage Halloween costume: Giant Eyeball | delicate illusion
A dancing eyeball. With antenna. Original ABC logo?? Weird.
bizarre vintage photos - Bing Images
Vintage Costume Girl Dancing in Eye
big sister is watching you
Giant eyeball costume
Big eye malady
Marie Antoinette’s Playhouse:These tiny eye paintings started as a fad in the late 1700s. Their purpose? To carry a piece of a loved one at all times without revealing their identity.It’s a true token of a love affair, and fodder for a story of romance.The alleged beginning of these “lover’s eyes” comes from the prince of Wales, later King George IV, who once became determined to court a Catholic, twice-widowed woman named Maria Fitzherbert. The court frowned upon this courting and at first ...
Georgian eye brooch in a gold and pearl frame, circa 1800,