snowce:

Mikalojus Ciurlionis, Night, 1904

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'The gods of Pegāna' by Lord Dunsany, with illustrations by S.H. Sime. Published 1916 by J.W.Luce, Boston.

Description: The Gods of Pegāna is the first book by Anglo-Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany, published on a commission basis.The book is a series of short stories linked by Dunsany’s invented pantheon of deities who dwell in Pegāna. 

See the complete book here.



mererecorder:

observe by *nicktheartisticfreak



Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

But I understand how light works.
Earlier your back gleamed like a guitar.
The last leaves on the sycamore
flickered like a school of mackerel.



Later I will go out in a leopard-coat of light
with you: just me and the trees baring themselves
for winter, and the marbled paving stones,
and my empty hand shining

Henry Shukman, closing lines to “The Call,” from Answering Back: Living Poets Reply to the Poetry of the Past, edited by Carol Ann Duffy (Picador, 2007)

(Source: apoetreflects, via sol-psych)


portionsofeternity:

sealmaiden:

Jacek Malczewski
Death 1902
Oil on canvas

portionsofeternity:

sealmaiden:

Jacek Malczewski

Death 1902

Oil on canvas


peira:

Paul Gauguin:  Fishermen and Bathers of Aven (1888)

peira:

Paul Gauguin:  Fishermen and Bathers of Aven (1888)

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