hommedrole

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distantvoices: By francescamartin.makeup on Instagram
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distantvoices: Janaye Furman for Mastermind Magazine S/S 2018
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spi-ltmilk: https://instagram.com/p/BR9JmLklP1-/
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africanninja: Kashgar, The old town Turkestan
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jpaddey: Queen Bee. Instagram @jennapaddey
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tinamotta: Fonte www.pinterest.com , Salvo de Hermès - The Savana Dance Hermes silk 53720a20e4249cbfc2738c209216f62b Posted tinamotta.tumblr.com
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indophilia: The mughal emperor Jahangir struck coins with the 12 signs of the zodiac
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wonderwarhol: How Impressionism was Named Although the first Impressionist exhibition gathered a lot of attendees, it was mercilessly torn apart by critics. An art critic of the time voiced his thoughts clearly, as he inspected one work: “What a pity that the painter, who has a certain understanding of color, doesn’t draw better; his dancer’s legs are as cottony as the gauze of her skirts.” Claude Monet’s ‘Impression Sunrise’ work played a large part in christening the movement. The idea behind these works is to convey movement, so short and visable brushstrokes are used. Critic Louis Leroy said that the works were “impressions” of art - more a sketch than finished pieces. These works were so different from Academic painting that they were regected by many. Above: Impression Sunrise, 1872, by Claude Monet (1840-1926)
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driflloon: monday at the oasis: alyssa traore for elle netherlands july 2018
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surra-de-bunda: Waris Dirie | Photography by Lange Jacques (1995)
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artofadesignermind: Tetrapylon gate, Aphrodisias, Turkey
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heavenhillgirl: Heavy (1995), James Mangold
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achasma: Trompe l'Oeil with a Bust of Venus (detail) by Caesar van Everdingen, 1665.
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