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peril:

Lady Godiva (1891), oil on canvas | image Jules Joseph Lefebvre

peril:

Lady Godiva (1891), oil on canvas | image Jules Joseph Lefebvre

posted on April 2nd with 487 notes
filed under: art legend

coyoteheart:

beardbrand:

Colin Donahue photographed by Spencer Heyfron.


OMG bby

coyoteheart:

beardbrand:

Colin Donahue photographed by Spencer Heyfron.

OMG bby

posted on April 2nd with 1,242 notes

posted on April 2nd with 841 notes
filed under: NO HOW DARE YOU ugh Vikings

sollertias:

Diane the Huntress by Giuseppe Cesari, 1603 (detail)

sollertias:

Diane the Huntress by Giuseppe Cesari, 1603 (detail)

posted on April 2nd with 251 notes
filed under: art the masters

peril:

The Remorse of Orestes or Orestes Pursued by the Furies (1862), oil on canvas | artwork by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

peril:

The Remorse of Orestes or Orestes Pursued by the Furies (1862), oil on canvas | artwork by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

posted on April 2nd with 105 notes
filed under: furies mythology art

sashastergiou:

Leonardo Da Vinci - ‘flower of life’

sashastergiou:

Leonardo Da Vinci - ‘flower of life’

posted on April 2nd with 415 notes

agameofclothes:

Tywin’s armor

agameofclothes:

Tywin’s armor

posted on April 2nd with 2,579 notes
filed under: twyin lannister GOT

floki-the-littlest-viking:

witchshadows:

oburiteb:

Oh Fuck…

I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS GIF SET FOR FOREVAR!

THIS FUCKING CRACKS ME UP EVERY TIME I SEE IT!!

That’s the “oh shit I’m screwed” look.

posted on April 2nd with 425 notes

deathandmysticism:

Henryk Siemiradzki, The Torches of Nero, 1876

deathandmysticism:

Henryk Siemiradzki, The Torches of Nero, 1876

posted on April 2nd with 165 notes
filed under: art the classics

archaicwonder:

Roman Gold Snake Bracelet, 1st century AD
The motif of the serpent was very popular from the Hellenistic period to the beginning of the Roman Empire. The open bracelet, with one or many coils, was produced in different centers of the ancient world (Greece, southern Italy, Egypt, Syria, etc.) and was also often represented on other objects of art.

archaicwonder:

Roman Gold Snake Bracelet, 1st century AD

The motif of the serpent was very popular from the Hellenistic period to the beginning of the Roman Empire. The open bracelet, with one or many coils, was produced in different centers of the ancient world (Greece, southern Italy, Egypt, Syria, etc.) and was also often represented on other objects of art.

posted on April 2nd with 338 notes
filed under: fashion the classics

posted on April 2nd with 293 notes
filed under: ladies fashion

ugh-stevecarlsburg:

do you ever start writing and just

image

posted on April 1st with 66,640 notes

winebreadandart:

Viking raids in medieval manuscript

  • Miniature coming from the manuscript “The life of Saint Aubin”, abbey of Angers. Showing the Vikings arriving in Guerande in Bretagne in 919
  • Viking Dragon Ship in Illuminated Manuscript, Northumbria, 900′s CE
  • The Invasion of the Danes from the Miracles of St Edmund, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.
posted on March 30th with 328 notes


winebreadandart:
Look after him. He’s all I have left.

winebreadandart:

Look after him. He’s all I have left.

posted on March 30th with 1 note


winebreadandart:
Bjorn Ironside / Vikings season 2

winebreadandart:

posted on March 30th with 28 notes

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