Nature & Culture: the eternal battle

Nature, Art, a bit of fashion and a splash of steampunk. Also a touch of Art Deco and the occasional inspirational quote.


(I also have separate X-men blog called: x-menwordart, as X-men is my guilty pleasure)


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Margaret Gretchen Strong - Frank Weston Benson
1909

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Margaret Gretchen Strong - Frank Weston Benson

1909

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digi sumi-e: poppies in blue ink (by motocchio)

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digi sumi-e: poppies in blue ink (by motocchio)

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The Port Of Rouen, 1884
Paul Gauguin

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The Port Of Rouen, 1884

Paul Gauguin

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Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess

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Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess

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Flower Power!

On this day, in 1969, over 400,000 people came out for “Three Days of Peace and Music” at what is now the iconic Woodstock Festival. 

In honor of the 45th anniversary, we looked at our own wood stock and found this beautiful 18th century limewood relief. Groovy!

Carved Relief, Aubert-Henri-Joseph Parent, 1789, French. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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gllorp:

George Barbier

gllorp:

George Barbier

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Come morning light, you and I’ll be safe and sound.. Watercolor of @taylorswift request by @juliannabenzz

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Come morning light, you and I’ll be safe and sound.. Watercolor of @taylorswift request by @juliannabenzz

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Francis Picabia 1904

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Francis Picabia 1904

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