“To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour.”
― William Blake, Auguries of Innocence
  • betomad:

    Scotland. by lekoil

    (via alva-howl)

    • 742
    • 742
  • gerda-kay:

    Stefan Peters, Cumulus 2, 2013.

    source

    (via mapofthenight)

    • 323
    • 323
  • (Source: ollylawson, via iluminacje)

    • 756
    • 756
  • curufinwefeanaro:

    || When I am bored I do things. The painting is from John Constable and it’s called “Hadleigh Castle”, the quote is Fëanor’s.

    (via iluminacje)

    • 681
    • 681
  • centuriespast:

    GENTILESCHI, Orazio
    The Vision of St Francesca Romana
    1615-19
    Oil on canvas
    Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino

    (via the-wolf-and-the-mockingbird)

    • 192
    • 192
  • slojnotak:

    Aert van der Neer - A River near a Town, by Moonlight (about 1645) 

    (via the-wolf-and-the-mockingbird)

    • 355
    • 355
  • monsieurleprince:

    Max Ziegra (1852 - 1923) - Allegory of seasons, 1888

    (via fictitia)

    • 428
    • 428
  • 23silence:

    Antoon Van Welie - Les Princesses de Légende, 1899

    (via monalisawantstodie)

    • 327
    • 327
  • animals-in-art:

    Salvator Rosa (Italian, 1615–1673) - Allegory of Fortune (about 1658-1659)

    (via portionsofeternity)

    • 254
    • 254
  • faerybites:

    ☾☆

    (Source: rebel6, via monalisawantstodie)

    • 646
    • 646
  • slojnotak:

    Gustav Klimt - The Death of Romeo and Juliet. Performance at Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London. (1884-87)

    (via ancient-unrest)

    • 428
    • 428
  • Apollo and the Arts - Paul Jean Gervais; 1897

    (Source: fleurdulys, via detailsdetales)

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    • 36129
  • c0ssette:

    Baigneuse (detail) 1870 by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

    (via leirelatent)

    • 1327
    • 1327
  • 16chakras:

    by  Rose Frantzen

    (Source: wonderingaesthetic, via saevitas)

    • 92
    • 92
  • colin-vian:

     An Empty Glass - Alexandre Jacques Chantron (1842-1918)

    (via detailsdetales)

    • 335
    • 335