1. sakrogoat:

    Michály Zichy - Falling Stars

     

  2. And I had done an hellish thing, and it would work ‘em woe: For all averred, I had killed the bird that made the breeze to blow.”

    Illustration for Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Gustave Dore, French, 1832-1883.  After the death of the bird that, in superstition, brought good luck to voyages, the journey was doomed. 

    (via c0untessbathory)

     

  3. magictransistor:

    William Blake. Epitome of James Hervey’s Meditations Among the Tombs. 1825

    (via ontheedgeofdarkness)

     

  4. sakrogoat:

    H. C. Beraan - Sphärenharfe

     

  5. (Source: serescosmicos, via slfctrl)

     

  6. (Source: blackdokkodo, via slfctrl)

     

  7. 1910-again:

    Ivan Aivazovsky, Downpour in Sudak 1897

    (via nataliakoptseva)

     

  8. uromancy:

    Alfred Leopold Isidor Kubin (10 April 1877 – 20 August 1959). Die Ahnung.

    (via ontheedgeofdarkness)

     

  9. sakrogoat:

    Mary Joan DeFeo - The Annunciation

     

  10. rawpleasures:

    DoDo Jin Ming

     

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  13. silentiumestaureum:

    Orlando Furioso by Gustave Dore

    (via nataliakoptseva)

     

  14. centuriespast:

    Rising Moon

    John Constable, English, 1776 - 1837

    Geography:

    Made in England, Europe

    Date:

    c. 1810

    Medium:

    Oil on paper on panel

    Philadelphia Museum of Art

     

  15. (Source: wasbella102, via ankokoko)