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  2. (Source: malformalady, via esclavos)

     

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  4. luminus-nox:

    1298 by framafo.de on Flickr.

     

  5. Joshua Flint

     

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  10. cavetocanvas:

    Giovanni FattoriSunset at Sea, 1895

     

  11. Later Vader - photo by Afterneath

     

  12. Down - photo by Afterneath

     

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  14. Find Me - photo by Afterneath

    1986

     

  15. cavetocanvas:

    Walter Sickert, Girl at a Window, Little Rachel, 1907

    From the Tate Collection:

    This is one of six paintings and numerous drawings by Sickert of his frame-maker’s daughter, known affectionately as ‘Little Rachel’. Sickert described the series as a ‘set of studies of Illumination  A little Jewish girl of 13 or so with red hair’.
    Here the young girl’s gaze is averted from both the artist and the view across Mornington Crescent Gardens out of the window. There is no key to her thoughts but, she is on the brink of adulthood; the closed window possibly suggests her future confinement as wife and mother.