Patience, grasshopper...

impressionsonmymind:

Claude Monet, Water Lilies, Green Reflection,(left half), (right half), 1920-1926, oil on canvas

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pradest:

My style isn’t even my style, I cant afford my actual style

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rfmmsd:

Artist:
Martine Johanna
"Under the Moon"
Graphite and Lacquer on Wood Panel
60 cm x 50 cm 

"I wish the ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened."

History has remembered the kings and warriors, because they destroyed. Art has remembered the people, because they created.

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timelightbox:

Photograph by Rajesh Kumar Singh—AP
Aug. 21, 2013. An Indian boy eats outside his house as a pet monkey clings on his head in Varanasi, India.

From an execution by rifle in Somalia and the 2nd Asian Youth Games in China to an alleged nerve gas attack in Syria and the world’s largest alphorn orchestra, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

likeafieldmouse:

Elena Chernyshova - Days of Night - Nights of Day (2012-13)

Artist’s statement: 

Days of Night - Nights of Day is about the daily life of the inhabitants of Norilsk, a mining city northernmost of the polar circle with a population of more than 170,000. 

The city, its mines and metallurgical factories were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag. With 60% of the present population involved in the industrial process, this documentary aims to investigate human adaptation to extreme climate, ecological disaster and isolation.

Norilsk is the 7th most polluted city in the world. The average temperature is -10C, reaching lows of -55C in winter, when for two months the city is plunged into polar night. The living conditions of the people of Norilsk are unique, making their plight incomparable.”

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ooksaidthelibrarian:

n297_w1150 (by BioDivLibrary)
necspenecmetu:

Jean Frederic Bazille, Still Life of Flowers, 1868