And in the heart joy was lord.
sunborn-sundered-sound:

Painted plaster decoration in the tomb of Akbar. Northern India, Agra, Sikandra, 1613
via Metropolitan Museum of Art

sunborn-sundered-sound:

Painted plaster decoration in the tomb of Akbar. Northern India, Agra, Sikandra, 1613

via Metropolitan Museum of Art

dancinbutterfly:

tentaclemadestudios:

dancinbutterfly:

hereinlife13:

These are not mine but I wanted to bring them together!  

http://tohdaryl.tumblr.com/

I would read a novel about these two.

SO YOU’RE A LAWYER

Yes have you met my friends Harvey Specter and Jeff Winger? Get the three of us together and we will burn this mother down.

lsuchemist:

theonlyhankinla:
By Crawford Barton. San Francisco 1970’s

lsuchemist:

theonlyhankinla:

By Crawford Barton. San Francisco 1970’s

Jones, Owen: Examples of Chinese ornament selected from objects in the South Kensington museum and other collections, 1867 (x)

les misérables + text posts

drakontomalloi:

Denis Forkas Kostromitin - Study for Triton’s Mirror (Typhaon Triumphant), revised. 2013

drakontomalloi:

Denis Forkas Kostromitin - Study for Triton’s Mirror (Typhaon Triumphant), revised. 2013

zombienormal:

Lord Forgive You! Franz von Matsch (signed 1903), Die Kunst für Alle, 1907-08.
Via.

zombienormal:

Lord Forgive You! Franz von Matsch (signed 1903), Die Kunst für Alle, 1907-08.

Via.

vertigo1871:

Jules De Bruycker, La cathédrale de Bourges, 1931. Etching

vertigo1871:

Jules De Bruycker, La cathédrale de Bourges, 1931. Etching

books0977:

Vile Bodies. Evelyn Waugh. Chapman & Hall, Ltd, 1930. First edition.
Satiric novel, set in England between the wars, examines the frenetic but empty lives of the Bright Young Things, young people who indulge in constant party-going, heavy drinking, and promiscuous sex. At the novel’s end, the realities of the world intrude, with Adam Fenwick-Symes, the protagonist, serving on a battlefield at the onset of another world war.

books0977:

Vile Bodies. Evelyn Waugh. Chapman & Hall, Ltd, 1930. First edition.

Satiric novel, set in England between the wars, examines the frenetic but empty lives of the Bright Young Things, young people who indulge in constant party-going, heavy drinking, and promiscuous sex. At the novel’s end, the realities of the world intrude, with Adam Fenwick-Symes, the protagonist, serving on a battlefield at the onset of another world war.

fyodorpavlov:

I started thinking about Miles because of that gif I posted, so I had to draw my baby.

fyodorpavlov:

I started thinking about Miles because of that gif I posted, so I had to draw my baby.

ani-jul:

The Library of Nicholas II

ani-jul:

The Library of Nicholas II

cutrobin:

cutrobin