Thumbelina Thumbelina

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lalulutres:

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lalulutres:

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books0977:

Camille Claudel in her workshop (1887).
In 1884, a year after her first exhibiton she became a trainee under Rodin. Her roles would also include his assistant, muse, model and confidante. In 1885 Camille became an official collaborator of Rodin’s and with her friend Jessie worked in his studio. During her time with Rodin she helped him complete such pieces as Burghers of Calais in 1895 and Gates of Hell, 1900.

books0977:

Camille Claudel in her workshop (1887).

In 1884, a year after her first exhibiton she became a trainee under Rodin. Her roles would also include his assistant, muse, model and confidante. In 1885 Camille became an official collaborator of Rodin’s and with her friend Jessie worked in his studio. During her time with Rodin she helped him complete such pieces as Burghers of Calais in 1895 and Gates of Hell, 1900.

seethroughperson:

Joyce Manor

seethroughperson:

Joyce Manor

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black-coffee-bonus-cup:

Elvis Costello

black-coffee-bonus-cup:

Elvis Costello

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In all honesty — that first Best Coast record is a gem. It’s more or less the stoner sister to Vampire Weekend’s off to college golden-boy self-titled debut record. I’m a bit drunk.

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Our Deal | Best Coast

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teamvampireweekend:

"…so that’s proven to be true so far" [x]

"Jordana and I enjoyed an atavistic, glorious fortnight of lovemaking, humiliating teachers and bullying the weak. I have already turned these moments into the Super-8 footage of memory."

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau - Portrait by Tony Kim.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau - Portrait by Tony Kim.

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blastedheath:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946)
Arbre, blanc et noir
1941. Watercolour and China ink on paper.

blastedheath:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946)

Arbre, blanc et noir

1941. Watercolour and China ink on paper.

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Bought a cast-iron horse lamp that was made (so says it’s labeled rump) in 1910! It’s a goddamn brick of piece, but it was only five dollars.

Bought a cast-iron horse lamp that was made (so says it’s labeled rump) in 1910! It’s a goddamn brick of piece, but it was only five dollars.

ignudiamore:

Matin de Novembre.
Guy Rose, 1910.

ignudiamore:

Matin de Novembre.

Guy Rose, 1910.

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The Burned Man, Joshua Graham

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