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    Louvre, Paris.

    Bernini (1598-1680)


    Fountain of Neptune ~ Piazza Navona ~ Rome

    The Buddha said all things are impermanent. I like to think of the universal law of impermanence as my friend. If right now is difficult, something joyful may be just around the corner! (Bronze sculpture by Sukhi Barber)


    Statuette of the Chupícuaro people. Terracotta, Mexico, 7th-2nd century BC.

    mossy angel

    Michelangelo’s David.

    Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564) Medici Madonna, 1531

    The Kiss of Death in Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. 1930. White marble. Attributed to Jaume Barba, but possibly created by Joan Fontbernat.

    marble child

    Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris

    “Eve After the Fall” (1886) by Auguste #Rodin at the Art Institute of #Chicago.

    Sculpture of Pablo Gargallo. Church of San Felipe, Zaragoza, Spain

    Incredible Slate Sculptures by Stephen Kettle

    I love that this angel has been consumed by nature.

    joseph harrington, cast glass

    28-foot tall butterfly sculpture, created by St. Louis sculptor Bob Cassilly featured at the Butterfly House, @Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis

    Kirk McGuire Sculpture

    Hermaphrodite endormi, époque romaine impériale / Musee du Louvre


    Nydia, the blind girl of Pompeii Representation of the character from Bulwer-Lytton's "Last Days of Pompeii" by Randolph Rogers, American, 1859. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art. photo by William (Bill) McClung


    Antonio Canova. Erato, Muse of the Dance of Love. 1812. Marble.