Vincent Van Gogh: Man and Woman Seen from the Back.  Drawing.  The Hague: September-December, 1882.  Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum.

Vincent van Gogh Drawing, Pencil on watercolour paper The Hague: September - December, 1882 Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe F: JH: 233 Image Only - Van Gogh: Man and Woman Seen from the Back

Mulher lendo no banho

“There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them.” Sylvia Plath (Reading in the Bath by Chen Bolen)

Sculpted from one block of marble-The Veiled Vestal Virgin - Raffaele Monti, 1847

Sculpted from one block of marble-The Veiled Vestal Virgin - Raffaele Monti, 1847 .this sculpture is on Pride and Prejudice and i always thought how the crap did they make that veil out of stone!

Christian Schoeler

Schoeler (born 1978 in Hagen, Germany – December was a contemporary painter known for his watercolors and oil paintings, who lived and worked in Düsseldorf.


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