asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling



asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art
Art Blog
richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.
Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling

asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art

Art Blog

richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.

Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling

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Marilyn by Frank Powolny in 1952.

magicksquares:

Croff Mansion, Hudson NY

A beautiful example of c. 1870’s French Second Empire architecture designed by architect Gilbert Croff and located in scenic Hudson, NY

Mziehnert/Flickr

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seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah
seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means
To New Orleans 
I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green
I’m gonna have a drink
And walk around 
I got a lot to think about, oh yeah

seahorsebear:

mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

I got the ways and means

To New Orleans 

I’m going down by the river where it’s warm and green

I’m gonna have a drink

And walk around 

I got a lot to think about, oh yeah

eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]
eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  
British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan
Netherlands (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  
Cleveland Museum of Art
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  
The Frick Collection, New York 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Emperor Timur Enthroned,
India (1654-56)
Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  
Musée du Louvre, Paris
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback
India (1654-56)
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 
India (1654-56)
Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  
The British Museum, London 
[x]
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh
India (1654-1656)
Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
[x]

eastiseverywhere:

I betcha didn’t know Rembrandt made copies of Mughal miniatures!

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

Four Seated Orientals Beneath a Tree

Netherlands (1654-56)

Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with white, on Japanese paper.  

British Museum, London

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

Shah Jahan

Netherlands (1654-56)

Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash on Japanese paper.  

Cleveland Museum of Art

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

Shah Jahan, Standing with a Flower and a Sword

India (1654-56)

Pen and brown ink with brown wash on Japanese paper.  

The Frick Collection, New York 

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

The Emperor Timur Enthroned,

India (1654-56)

Pen and wash in Indian ink on Japanese paper.  

Musée du Louvre, Paris

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

A Mughal Nobleman on Horseback

India (1654-56)

Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash, touched with red and yellow chalk and white heightening on Japanese paper.  

The British Museum, London

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Emperor Jahangir Receiving an Officer 

India (1654-56)

Pen, bistre, and wash on Japanese paper.  

The British Museum, London 

[x]

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh

India (1654-1656)

Pen and brown ink and brown wash, heighted with white bodycolor on Japanese paper.  

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

[x]

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magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
magictransistor:

King Kong, RKO Radio Pictures (Enterprise Films), 1933.
cut-uncut:

Archive Indiana Tractor Boy 

antonio-m:

bust of bearded deity, Jupiter of Versailles
Musée du Louvre, Paris

(via domus-aurea2)