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sixtyandfour:

"Heated discussion in van in New Brunswick."
shoegayspainter:

Bernard Piffaretti 
analicear:

analicear - 月見橋より | 2011
villa-lena:

Villa Lena
Ana Kras’s work
Photo © Ana Kras
fourteenth:

Great Sphinx, Egypt
Photograph by Donald McLeish
exercicedestyle:

colin johnson
art-of-swords:

The handle components of a katana
themagicfarawayttree:

 polyhedral sundial, circa 1578
fourteenth:

Nakahara Nantenbō
artiststudiobuzz:

Sculptor Elizabeth Catlett…
In a career spanning more than 70 years, Elizabeth Catlett has created sculptures that celebrate the heroic strength and endurance of African-American and Mexican working-class women. With simple, clear shapes she evokes both the physical and spiritual essence of her subjects. Her hardy laborers and nurturing mothers radiate both power and a timeless dignity and calm. Whether working in wood, stone, bronze, or clay, Catlett reveals an extraordinary technical virtuosity, a natural ability to meld her curving female forms with the grain, whorls, color, or luster of her chosen medium. The beauty of her subjects is matched by the beauty she reveals in her sculptural materials.
theantidote:
Elizabeth Catlett working in Mexico City, c. 1947
(via cavetocanvas:)
exercicedestyle:

Eugène-Séguy-
ihavenohonor:

Volvelle with three moving parts representing the zodiac, the sun, and the moon, and showing their relative positions and the moon’s phases, and astronomical diagram.  Origin: England, S. E. (London?)