Various Small Fires and Milk, by Edward Ruscha
Yesterday I went to the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum) of Rennes with two friends.
Hugo Ball reciting the sound poem "Karawane"
Zen for Head, by Nam June Paik
The tritone is so named because the two notes that make it are three whole steps apart. You may sometimes hear it referred to as a diminished fifth, augmented fourth, and the Devil’s Triad or Devil’s Interval.
Scheherazade, by Rimsky-Korsakov
1389 Kossovo Day 1916 is the Serbian National Day Artist Bernard Partridge, 1916
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Participant of the Battle of Borodino Pavel Yakovlevich Tolstoguzov (Tobolsk, Russia. Photo of the year 1912. Veteran of 117 years at the time of shooting)
The Marie de Medici Cycle, by Peter Paul Rubens.
Cavalleria Rusticana, by Pietro Mascagni
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He wrote the book on rented typewriters, 10 cents per 30 minutes in a library basement.
Two Old Men Eating Soup, by Francisco Goya
Madonna of the Long Neck, by Parmigianino
Honouring James Joyce. "riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay,…
He perfected the Sola card format in 1789. Note that in order to print this page he had to etch by hand its mirror image.
This bizarre theory may explain Kanye West's latest antics (Indy100)
From a tweet by Paul Holdengraber on #Worldbookday. Could Sola make these cards edible?
From East to West and West to East I dance with thee Louis Raemaekers "The German Tango", 1916.
Johannes Vermeer "Girl with a Pearl Erring" Perhaps this is not a pearl earring at all
Painted Elk Hide, by Cotsiogo
The portrait of death by eyes of Vasily Vereshchagin "The Apotheosis of War", 1871
The Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus, artist unknown.
Flight of the Bumblebee, from the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan, by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Oba Wall Plaque
The Golden Rhinoceros of Mapungubwe
Peer Gynt Suite, by Edvard Grieg
The Isenheim Altarpiece, by Matthias Grünewald