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dearscience:

by alex morvan

dearscience:

by alex morvan

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theballetblog:

Tatiana Riabouchinska sews her pointe shoe in the park, 1940

theballetblog:

Tatiana Riabouchinska sews her pointe shoe in the park, 1940

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Morehead City.

Morehead City.


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“The Open Road”, 1926

“The Open Road”, 1926

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bonfirebirth:

Girl in rose, 1898
Koloman Moser

bonfirebirth:

Girl in rose, 1898

Koloman Moser

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museumuesum:


Rosalie Gwathmey 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina (Burning Tobacco Barn), 1943
gelatin silver print, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. (19.1 x 24.1 cm)

museumuesum:

Rosalie Gwathmey 

Rocky Mount, North Carolina (Burning Tobacco Barn), 1943

gelatin silver print, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. (19.1 x 24.1 cm)

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chasingthegreenfaerie:

Taiwanese Haunted House by weizor on Flickr.

chasingthegreenfaerie:

Taiwanese Haunted House by weizor on Flickr.


Photo booth/photomaton shots of Marie-Berthe Aurenche, Max Ernst’s second wife, c.1929. She would later become the mistress of artist Chaim Soutine, and she was buried with him after her suicide in 1960. Not much else is known about her life, which makes these images all the more haunting

Photo booth/photomaton shots of Marie-Berthe Aurenche, Max Ernst’s second wife, c.1929. She would later become the mistress of artist Chaim Soutine, and she was buried with him after her suicide in 1960. Not much else is known about her life, which makes these images all the more haunting

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