Retrograde Waters

Hello. I'm Rose, 20-something Nebraskan. If you want to know more feel free to ask, I'm not going to waste space here.
This is a personal blog that serves as a miscellaneous collection of things I find cute, cool, interesting, and enraging.
I know that all people are equal and deserve the same rights and respect, and I welcome everyone of all and any race, religion, nationality, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, romantic orientation, age, ability, anything else I may have forgotten (let me know!) and any combination or absence thereof. I do NOT welcome discrimination and bigotry. If *I* say or do anything that is offensive or insensitive, please tell me! I try to consider everyone/different perspectives and experiences when speaking, but I could always make a mistake, and educating myself is a constant process: I will be grateful rather than offended to have small-mindedness on my part pointed out. It's the only way I'll know to correct it.
Thank you and have a nice day!
(Blog NSFW: strong language, various topics of discussion, and occasional images of anatomy and/or nudity.)
Posts I Like
Who I Follow
Posts tagged "paintings"

Korean artist Lee Kyu-Hak creates beautiful mixed-media paintings (mosaics?) by wrapping small wooden wedges with colored newsprint that mimic the brushstrokes of famous artists.

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fireaboveicebelow:

The Black Sea at Night, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1879

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bella-rage:

fagstache:

Ran Ortner - Swell, 2006 - oil on canvas

this is totally amazing

HOLY SHIT! :O

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vampirefruitfly:

thuja:

Albert-Joseph Penot, Bat woman, 1890.

This will always be one of my favorite paintings. I never get tired of looking at it.

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Vincent van Gough

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likeleaves:

Pink Peach Tree in Blossom (Reminiscence of Mauve), Vincent Van Gogh (1888)

<3

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marielikestodraw:

iago-rotten:

Favourite Artists | Alphonse Mucha

Reblogging because it show a less popular side of Mucha’s art and probably my favorite :D

Dante and Virgil in Hell (detail) William Adolphe Bouguereau 1825

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dealux:

Iris, Vincent Van Gogh, 1889.

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