pierremacorlan

<p>De tout un peu. Je ne changerai (peut-être) pas le monde mais il ne me changera pas.</p>

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Posted: 1.4 hours ago
artist-bouguereau: Washerwomen of Fouesnant, William-Adolphe Bouguereau Medium: oil,canvas https://www.wikiart.org/en/william-adolphe-bouguereau/washerwomen-of-fouesnant-1869
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travelbinge: By David Nichol Bamburgh, Northumberland, England
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huariqueje: The young Bonaparte in Brienne (Paris military School) * - Jacques Marie Gaston Onfroy de Bréville ‘JOB’ French, 1858-1931 Illustration * The illustrator imagines the young Corsican, studious and solitary in the study room, where the shadow of his profile is projected on the map of Europe in a premonitory way
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Posted: 6.2 hours ago
viktor-sbor: A rare for the era color photograph of French cavalry soldiers in 1914. Photo by Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud
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strangola-la-morte: Alberi che inghiottono residuati della Seconda Guerra Mondiale (Russia).
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Posted: 24.4 hours ago
last-picture-show: Cristian Schloe, “Portrait of a Heart”
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Posted: 25.0 hours ago
nemfrog: Dandelion seeds. Seed travellers. 1898.
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Posted: 27.0 hours ago
nemfrog: A winged bug clutches the sun and the moon. La lámpara maravillosa. 1916.
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Posted: 27.0 hours ago
nemfrog: Coiled snake. The peacock and the wishing-fairy and other stories. 1921.
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nemfrog: “The North Star and the dippers.” Our Wide, Wide World. 1932.
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Posted: 27.1 hours ago
nemfrog: The moon, a few stars and the grim reaper. La lámpara maravillosa. 1916.
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Posted: 27.1 hours ago
nemfrog: “Head and tentacles of a giant calamary found off Newfoundland.” Wonders of the Universe. 1885.
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Posted: 31.7 hours ago
rijksmuseum-art: Figures before a Village Inn by Cornelis Saftleven, 1642, Museum of the Netherlands A storm is brewing. The man at the left has clearly already had too much to drink yet is ordering more. The dangerous dagger of the man in blue signals trouble. The couple at the right makes love half-heartedly. And the portly mendicant friar absorbed in his card game … did he not take a vow of poverty? This will not end well. https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/nl/collectie/SK-A-715
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Posted: 31.7 hours ago
nicholasroerich: Vignette for book “N. K. Roerich”, 1918, Nicholas Roerich https://www.wikiart.org/en/nicholas-roerich/vignette-for-book-n-k-roerich-1918-23
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Posted: 31.9 hours ago
mapsontheweb: Border disputes between Kosovo and Serbia. French language map by Le Monde.
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Posted: 32.8 hours ago
milamai: The world is quiet here (by Milamai)