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petitcabinetdecuriosites:

Samarkand - The Registan (by herwigphoto.com)
(via Dish | V&A Search the Collections)
(via Curtain | Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore | V&A Search the Collections)
magictransistor:

(Unknown). Folio from a Tantric Manuscript on Ekadashi, the 11th Tithi of Shukla Paksha. Jaipur. 1800.
magictransistor:

पुराना भारत बाज़ार कला देवताओं.

lafilleblanc:

Sanne Vaassen

A cotton cloth filled with charcoal is moved up and down by a motor. The cloth falling on the ground creates a dust cloud. The dust slowly swirls down, a drawing is formed in space. This installation runs for four days, in which the change of the space becomes visible, 2013

arstekne:

The Youth of Bacchus, detail (1884) by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
magictransistor:

Hans Baldung Grien. Chart of the Signs of the Zodiac with Venus, Cupid, and a Bishop Saint. 1500s.

(Source: ferreadomina, via mydarkromanticheart)

ghostcafe:

khanjar, 18th century, india 
scrollybits:

Wallpaper for the Palace of Westminster, 1847.  Designed by AWN Pugin (1812-1852)
From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
moma:

Why was Brancusi’s Bird in Space at the center of a 1926 legal battle? 
[Constantin Brancusi. Bird in Space. 1928.]
paintdeath:

Egon Schiele