Gaston de Latenay, Nausikaa illustration, 1899

Gaston de Latenay, Nausikaa illustration, 1899

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円山 応挙     Maruyama Ōkyo      (1733 – 1795)
Album of Sketches
Edo period, 1793

円山 応挙     Maruyama Ōkyo      (1733 – 1795)

Album of Sketches

Edo period, 1793

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superseventies:

Fashion photography by David Hamilton, 1973.

superseventies:

Fashion photography by David Hamilton, 1973.

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Master ES - Wild woman with an unicorn (c. 1450).

Master ES - Wild woman with an unicorn (c. 1450).

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Ernst Kutzer,"Dance of the mermaids"

Ernst Kutzer,"Dance of the mermaids"

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Lesnaya pesnya. Mavka [A Story of the Forest: Mavka]. 1983, Yuri Ilyenko.

Lesnaya pesnya. Mavka [A Story of the Forest: Mavka]. 1983, Yuri Ilyenko.

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Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book.

Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book.

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brudesworld:

"And ye that on the sands, with printless foot do chase the ebbing Neptune."
Edmund Dulac illustration from the 1908 edition of Shakespeare’s The Tempest

brudesworld:

"And ye that on the sands, with printless foot do chase the ebbing Neptune."

Edmund Dulac illustration from the 1908 edition of Shakespeare’s The Tempest

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Sandro Botticelli, Divina Commedia, par. 23 (disegno, 1485/90)

Sandro Botticelli, Divina Commedia, par. 23 (disegno, 1485/90)

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Punch, August 15, 1945

Punch, August 15, 1945

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