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Välimeren kultaa Canvastaulu tekijänä Michael O'Toole AllPosters.fi-sivustossa

Välimeren kultaa Canvastaulu tekijänä Michael O'Toole AllPosters.fi-sivustossa

The Kiss, c.1907 (detail) Stretched Canvas Print

The Kiss, c.1907 (detail)

The Kiss, c.1907 (detail) Stretched Canvas Print

Rooftops II Print by Michael O'Toole at Art.com

Rooftops II Print by Michael O'Toole at Art.com

Mediterranean Landscape Art Print by Pablo Picasso at Art.com  |  $39.99, 31" x 24" [28" x 18" without border)

Mediterranean Landscape

Mediterranean Landscape Art Print by Pablo Picasso at Art.com | $39.99, 31" x 24" [28" x 18" without border)

The Walled City In Cartagena De Indias Colombia Digital Art by Rafael Salazar

The Walled City In Cartagena De Indias Colombia Digital Art by Rafael Salazar

Garden in Vinci Stretched Canvas Print by Per Mattin at AllPosters.com

Garden in Vinci

Garden in Vinci Stretched Canvas Print by Per Mattin at AllPosters.com

30 Stylish Wall Posters That Don’t Scream College Dorm | StyleCaster

30 Stylish Wall Posters That Don’t Scream College Dorm

30 Stylish Wall Posters That Don’t Scream College Dorm | StyleCaster

Emotion by Minjae Lee, via Behance

Emotion by Minjae Lee, via Behance

A French carving, dating from the 1700s, designed to look like a human molar. At 10.5 centimeters in height it depicts inside its two halves, “The tooth worm as Hell’s demon” an explanation of the toothache as a battle occurring with the mythical tooth worm. The legend of the tooth worm apparently dates back to 1800 BC Mesopotamia and even has its own creation myth.

A French carving, dating from the 1700s, designed to look like a human molar. At 10.5 centimeters in height it depicts inside its two halves, “The tooth worm as Hell’s demon” an explanation of the toothache as a battle occurring with the mythical tooth worm. The legend of the tooth worm apparently dates back to 1800 BC Mesopotamia and even has its own creation myth.

heaveninawildflower:  ‘Flower Garden and Bungalow, Bermuda’ (1899). Watercolour by Winslow Homer (1836–1910 ).Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

heaveninawildflower: ‘Flower Garden and Bungalow, Bermuda’ (1899). Watercolour by Winslow Homer (1836–1910 ).Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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