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Embroidered Viking Woolen Coat Kaftan "Jarl Eric"

Embroidered Viking Woolen Coat Kaftan "Jarl Eric"

1865 Portrait of Countess Anna von Hallwyl by Boutibonne. Dress is by W. W. Ullberg & Comp.

1865 Portrait of Countess Anna von Hallwyl by Boutibonne. Dress is by W. W. Ullberg & Comp.

Historically Inspired - Angela Clayton's Costumery

Historically Inspired - Angela Clayton's Costumery

This reminds me of Saber from Fate/Zero, who is basically my definition of power so I'm so excited <3

This reminds me of Saber from Fate/Zero, who is basically my definition of power so I'm so excited <3

A facsimile of an illuminated border by Pseudo-Jacquemart de Hesdin, from Petites Heures, c. 1385-90. The mediaeval book illuminator's color palette consisted of a limited number of colours, including azurite, orpiment, minium and lapis lazuli.

A facsimile of an illuminated border by Pseudo-Jacquemart de Hesdin, from Petites Heures, c. 1385-90. The mediaeval book illuminator's color palette consisted of a limited number of colours, including azurite, orpiment, minium and lapis lazuli.

Mona Hatoum: Suspended and more

Mona Hatoum: Suspended and more

Mona Hatoum, Roadworks (Performance-Still), 1985

Mona Hatoum, Roadworks (Performance-Still), 1985

#144. Fountain (second version). Marcel Duchamp. 1950 CE (original 1917). Readymade glazed sanitary china with black paint.

#144. Fountain (second version). Marcel Duchamp. 1950 CE (original 1917). Readymade glazed sanitary china with black paint.

Two Reindeer, Font-de-Gaume cave, near Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, Dordogne départment, south-west France: 17.000 BC

Two Reindeer, Font-de-Gaume cave, near Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, Dordogne départment, south-west France: 17.000 BC

Romanticism: Eugeme Delacroix, Liberty leading the People, 1830, oil on canvas, 260 x 325 cm. Romantic artists were concerned with the spectrum and intensity of human emotion.

Romanticism: Eugeme Delacroix, Liberty leading the People, 1830, oil on canvas, 260 x 325 cm. Romantic artists were concerned with the spectrum and intensity of human emotion.