John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) Venetian street.
Sargent did not like to be photographed, but here is a rare image of him sketching and puffing on a cigar. The photographer, his friend Sarah Choate Sears, drew subjects from the same aristocratic circles as Sargent did for his paintings.
John Singer Sargent, about 1890, Sarah Choate Sears, gelatin silver print. The J. Paul Getty Museum.
Piero di Cosimo-Tritons and Nereids
Oil on Panel
I watched season four. I guess I already knew this, but apparently, I’m a genius … I think I feel pretty comfortable in expressing that [season four] wasn’t my cup of tea … it’s not somebody doing what they do … it’s very much like an impression. An unflattering one. It’s 13 episodes of people doing ‘DURRRPY DURPY DUR I’m Dan Harmon DUUUR.’ …
It’s like flipping through Instagrams watching your girlfriend just blow everyone.
Dan Harmon Talks at Length About Season 4 of ‘Community’ | Pajiba
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of his comments.
Stefano Maderno (1576 - 1636) Martyrdom of Santa Cecilia 1600 Marble Trastevere Rome detail
I thought it was funny until I realized the cat doesn’t run away but it rolls away now it’s fucking hilarious
IT JUST ROLLS AWAY IM CRYING
OMG I’M SO DONE
The dog’s just like…… dafuq?
I’m so done
- Dated: Mid-19th century
- Measurements: Overall length 92.6 cm
This sword reflects the neoclassicism of the reign of Naser al-Din Shah with symmetrical silver-inlaid hilt and scrolled quillons. The long, straight, double-edged blade etched overall, includes Kufic inscriptions heightened with silver at the forte, heroes, fish, and a snake likewise inlaid with silver. It has a wooden scabbard with iron mounts decorated in silver inlay en suite with the hilt.
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Skeletons Disputing a Smoked Herring - James Ensor
|| Napoleon I as a Roman Emperor, Antoine-Louis Barye, c. 1860 / 1865.