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<p>A solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something.</p>

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life-imitates-art-far-more: Jean-Honore Fragonard (1732-1806) “Venus and Cupid (The Day)” Rococo
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met-medieval-art: Badge with the Virgin and Child, Medieval Art Theodore M. Davis Collection, Bequest of Theodore M. Davis, 1915 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Medium: Silver, partial-gilt http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/467379
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ladylabsinthe: Louis-Émile Durandelle Le Nouvel Opera de Paris, Bronzes, Candelabraes, Lustres, Torcheres–Appliques–Lampadaires, 1866
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cimmerianweathers: Catching Butterflies (detail), Émile Eisman-Semenowsky, late 19th century. Oil on canvas.
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astreals: he was sketching one of the paintings + he seemed so precious
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discardingimages: False Prophet (Revelation 16:13) Beatus of Liébana, Commentaria in Apocalypsin (the ‘Beatus of Saint-Sever’), Saint-Sever before 1072 BnF, Latin 8878, fol. 184v
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history-of-fashion: ab. 1680 Johannes de Ram - Amsteldam; Havana Fortus; Nieu Amsterdam (Victoria and Albert Museum)
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gnossienne: Carlo Dolci, “Salome with the Head of Saint John the Baptist” (detail) (1665-1670)
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daughterofchaos: The Sleep of Sorrow and the Dream of Joy | Photo by Scott Wylie on Flickr
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lemonpetal: One of the favourite pictures I took whilst in Rome.
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marcusabout: Caravaggio “David with the head of Goliath”
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my18thcenturysource: On Wednesdays We Wear Pink: Or we wear our hair pink as these two sitters in the miniatures by John Smart. From left to right: “A Lady, wearing a low-cut pearl-bordered yellow bodice with mauve bow, fur-bordered mauve dress with jewelled pearl and sapphire clasp and embroidered pointed lace collar, her hair worn curled and pink-powdered and decorated with white ostrich feather”, 1785, John Smart. “A Young Man, presumed to be ‘John Bertram’, wearing a blue jacket with white waistcoat decorated with gold stitching and a black neckerchief, his pink hair powdered and worn en queue”, 1773, John Smart.
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shadecraft-blog: Sychrov_17 by Aderhine August 2012 Sychrov, Czech Republic © Aderhine photography
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historicaldress: THREE BLACK BEADED BAGS, EARLY 20th C. One having celluloid frame inset with rhinestones and one silver metal frame with cherubs, both having steel beaded design on black ground, (few rusted beads on celluloid bag, lining torn). One fringed pouch with silver metal filigree frame
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c0llar-bones: Baudry Paul Jacques Aimé (1828-1886) Enièvement de Psyché