mini-girlz:

THREE “LADIES PALACE” CLAY 
CHINA TANG DYNASTY
(618-907 AD.)
Beautiful and rare set of three courtesans to 
buxom polychrome terracotta orange and green. faces 
Carefully designed fine brush, painted cheeks intense pink by 
zeitgeist, and large and eccentric buns. loose dresses 
matching vests wide flowing sleeves that cover the hands. all 
wear a shoe corolla right foot and a rounded shoe type 
beak, left foot.
via > galeriegolconda.com

mini-girlz:

THREE “LADIES PALACE” CLAY 

CHINA TANG DYNASTY

(618-907 AD.)

Beautiful and rare set of three courtesans to 

buxom polychrome terracotta orange and green. faces 

Carefully designed fine brush, painted cheeks intense pink by 

zeitgeist, and large and eccentric buns. loose dresses 

matching vests wide flowing sleeves that cover the hands. all 

wear a shoe corolla right foot and a rounded shoe type 

beak, left foot.

via > galeriegolconda.com

claraborde:

Hanne Gaby Odiele after Dries Van Noten AW14/15

claraborde:

Hanne Gaby Odiele after Dries Van Noten AW14/15

nossosnovosdias:

ti fofuuu

flightlevel380:

Seatbelts signs: ONPassenger announcement: doneHeading: turning off course to get rid of this huge *** which is about to release its displeasure above Las Vegas

flightlevel380:

Seatbelts signs: ON
Passenger announcement: done
Heading: turning off course to get rid of this huge *** which is about to release its displeasure above Las Vegas

(via atmospheric-phenomena)

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glxciers:

Eyjafjallajokull in action | ( By:  Halldor Kr Jonsson )
books0977:

The Duet (1850). Charles van Beveren (Belgian, 1809-1850). Oil on panel. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
Van Beveren studied art at the academy in Mechlin and at Antwerp. He settled in Amsterdam in 1830, subsequently visiting Paris, Rome, and other cities of Italy, and distinguished himself as a painter of history, genre, and portraits. 

books0977:

The Duet (1850). Charles van Beveren (Belgian, 1809-1850). Oil on panel. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.

Van Beveren studied art at the academy in Mechlin and at Antwerp. He settled in Amsterdam in 1830, subsequently visiting Paris, Rome, and other cities of Italy, and distinguished himself as a painter of history, genre, and portraits.