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fleurdulys:

In the Boat at St-Pierre - Henri Lebasque
1900

fleurdulys:

In the Boat at St-Pierre - Henri Lebasque

1900

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colorfulcuties:

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colorfulcuties:

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portailblog:

Les divines statuettes de Demetre Chiparus (1886-1947), sculpteur Art Déco, source : El Dibujante.

portailblog:

Les divines statuettes de Demetre Chiparus (1886-1947), sculpteur Art Déco, source : El Dibujante.

so-icanremember:

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 1962 by Robert Aldrich

so-icanremember:

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 1962 by Robert Aldrich

just-art:

Illustrations : By Gabriel Iumazark / Blog

backstreetsbackalright:

"We’re all cowards. There’s no such thing as courage. There’s only fear - the fear of getting hurt, the fear of dying. That’s why human beings live so long!"

backstreetsbackalright:

"We’re all cowards. There’s no such thing as courage. There’s only fear - the fear of getting hurt, the fear of dying. That’s why human beings live so long!"

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cressus:

     No one before Bernini had managed to make marble so carnal. In his nimble hands it would flatter and stream, quiver and sweat. His figures weep and shout, their torses twist and run, and arch themselves in spasms of intense sensation. He could, like an alchemist, change one material into another - marble into trees, leaves, hair, and, of course, flesh.  
     -   Simon Schama’s Power of Art. Bernini

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pnkrockho:


I love Helena because I feel like as much as she is crazy, her upbringing was so vital to who she was. I think because she was trained as a killer and ripped of her humanity, even in those kind of circumstances, we’re still human. We’re still people. We still have love. We still have fears. We still have deep needs and deep human needs, and for me, that was the most exciting thing to explore with her: Where’s the humanity in her? To me, it was that she actually loves deeply. She loves insanely and obsessively. And she… not falls in love with Sarah, but she does in a way. I don’t mean that in a sexual or romantic way, but she falls in love with Sarah and needs her deeply and feels this connection with her. Sarah awakens something in her, because she recognizes herself in her. - Tatiana Maslany

#my tombstone will read ‘the way tatiana talks about helena’ (sanetwin)

pnkrockho:

I love Helena because I feel like as much as she is crazy, her upbringing was so vital to who she was. I think because she was trained as a killer and ripped of her humanity, even in those kind of circumstances, we’re still human. We’re still people. We still have love. We still have fears. We still have deep needs and deep human needs, and for me, that was the most exciting thing to explore with her: Where’s the humanity in her? To me, it was that she actually loves deeply. She loves insanely and obsessively. And she… not falls in love with Sarah, but she does in a way. I don’t mean that in a sexual or romantic way, but she falls in love with Sarah and needs her deeply and feels this connection with her. Sarah awakens something in her, because she recognizes herself in her. - Tatiana Maslany

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