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    simena: Jeremy Mann

    Edouard Vuillard “Place Vintimille” Paris, 1908

    sirloin: “Poor God, how often He is blamed for all the suffering in theworld. It’s like praising Satan for allowing all the good that happens.”― E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly     The Hand of God, 1896,  Auguste Rodin, Musée Rodin

    Joseph Lorusso, Playing their song

    Edgar Degas

    The Louvre and Pont du Carrousel, Night Effect ~ Maximilien Luce

    Woman with Book (detail) by Pablo Picasso(via Lone Quixote)

    Yellow Irises with Pink Cloud, 1917 ~ Claude Monet

    Monsu DesiderioDavid in the Temple

    Opera Girl by Gustave Jean Jacquet

    Edgar DegasDancer (Large Arabesque)1882-95, bronze, Musée d'Orsay, Paris

    “Judas” (1901) by Edward Okuń (Polish, 1872-1945) oil on cardboard, 45 x 70 cm, National Museum, Warsaw.

    art-is-art-is-art: Christ in the Gethsemane Garden, Arkhip Kuindzhi

    Ships Tossed in a Gale, Aelbert Cuyp, 1640s

    Pharaoh and his Host Lost in the Red Sea, 1792 Benjamin West

    Nordic Summer’s Evening, Richard Berg, 1899-1900. Oil on canvas.

    artbeautypaintings: Nicolaes Ruts at the age of invisibility - William Suys

    Henri-Paul Motte, Bride of Bélus, c.1885

    Frank Cadogan Cowper, Lucretia Borgia Reigns in the Vatican in the Absence of Pope Alexander VI, c 1910.

    The Hand of God, 1896,  Auguste Rodin, Musée Rodin

    By Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), 1887, The Sirens, Plaster.

    lonequixote: Summer Evening, Paris ~ Childe Hassam

    Auguste Rodin Torse d’Adèle. Musée Rodin, Paris © Musée Rodin, Paris One of Rodin’s favourite models was Adèle Abbruzzesi.  Her supple, muscular body he drew inspiration from, which he worked through several strikingly sensual, female figures he sculpted.  Clay, which he modelled while standing in front of the sitter, or which he pressed into a mould and later reworked, was the ideal material to use for a sketch, notably because of its capacity to evoke the v

    hadrian6: Watcher II.  study.  2013.Christophe Charbonnel. French b. 1967.  bronze.http://hadrian6.tumblr.com