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Inlay Depicting "Horus of Gold", late period-Ptolemaic period, Egypt, faience, polychrome

Cracked and peeling paint on a wall - is it just me? Or does this make one think of Duchamp's Nude Descending A Staircase?

Grisaille Panel, 1260–70. Made in Rouen, Normandy, France. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1969 (69.236.8) | These grisaille panels represent a mid-century transitional stage in royal French ateliers—the conventionalized acanthus buds are a continuation of earlier tastes, while the ivy leaves, delineated with hair-thin veins, reflect the newer, naturalizing tendencies. #Cloisters

❤❤❤❤ Copyrights unknown.Relief pattern wall in the Alhambra, Granada, Spain. Remember that if you wish to visit the Alhambra, you have to reserve before.

Wood Constellation by Brett Sheenjek: Beauty that comes from years of cold, wind and harsh living. #Wood

Marble stele (grave marker) of a youth and little girl with capital and finial in the form of a sphinx Period: Archaic Date: ca. 530 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Marble Dimensions: total H. 13 ft. 10 11/16 in. (423.4 cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture

Corrosion, Sheet Metal, Rusty Colors, Aqua, Orange, Original Signed Print by Photographer, Guy Pushée via Etsy

Beauty in Rust - artistic erosion! Colour, texture and pattern inspiration. Metals exposed to the elements...

Texture at the edge of the champagne pool - Wai-o-tapu thermal wonderland, New Zealand - Blue, green, yellow, orange stone - By Jessica Rosenkrantz via Flickr

Marble funerary altar of woman The Latin inscription identifies her, it says : “To the spirits of the dead. Lucius Annius Festus, for the most saintly Cominia Tyche, his most chaste and loving wife, who lived 27 years, 11 months, and 28 days, and also for himself and for his descendants.” The hairstyle of Cominia is typical for the Flavian Period. Roman Flavian or Trajanic Period, 90 – 100 A.D Source: The Metropolitan Museum

Etruscan, Bronze chariot inlaid with ivory, 2nd quarter of the 6th century B.C. The Monteleone chariot is the best preserved example of its kind from ancient Italy before the Roman period.