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  2. splattergut:

    Rodin’s The Shade, c.1907

    Photographer unknown

     
  3. Loy Hering. Adam and Eve. Ivory carving after Albrecht Dürer. 1520-1550.

    www.euclides59.wordpress.com

     
  4. Jacopo Tintoretto. “The Supper at Emmaus”. 1542-1543, oil on canvas.

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  5. Veronese. “Supper in Emmaus”. c. 1560. Oil on canvas.

    www.wga.hu

     
  6. inka-marti:

    El caballo lunar, 2012

    Inka Martí

    Pigment on Rag cotton paper

    (Source: imaginal-inka)

     
  7. lindahall:

    Plates from De motu animalium. Pars prima. 1680, by Giovanni Alfonso Borelli. Borelli applied mechanics to the study of motion in animals.

    (via scientificillustration)

     
  8. Henry Darger. “The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is Known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the Gandeco-Angelinian War Storm, Caused by the Child Slave Rebellion”. The illustrations acompanied a manuscript of 15.000 pages.

    www.cargocollective.com

     
  9. splattergut:

    Glass Sponge

    Dr. Etrold (1822)

     
  10. artemisdreaming:

    The Island of the Blessed, 1902-03

    Akseli Gallen-Kallela

    See High-res. 

    (via iiseddie)