1. impartart:

    Georges Braque, Nude Study, c. 1908

    (via youreyesblazeout)

  2. blackpaint20:

    Giovanni Battista Fontana; The Last Judgement

    c. 1550

    546 x 410 mm


    British Museum, London


  4. "The idea that “freedom” means the ability to do what we like is adequate for a three-year-old child but not for those beyond that age."

  5. "We are as forlorn as children lost in the woods. When you stand in front of me and look at me, what do you know of the griefs that are in me and what do I know of yours. And if I were to cast myself down before you and weep and tell you, what more would you know about me than you know about Hell when someone tells you it is hot and dreadful? For that reason alone we human beings ought to stand before one another as reverently, as reflectively, as lovingly, as we would before the entrance to Hell."
    — Franz Kafka (via man-of-prose)

    (via a-polarised-reality)

  6. portionsofeternity:

    Visions of a troubled mind flicker once past my waking sight

    (via portionsofeternity)


  7. Come, Holy Spirit,
    bending or not bending the grasses,
    appearing or not above our heads in a tongue of flame,
    at hay harvest or when they plough in the orchards,
    or when snow covers crippled firs in the Sierra Nevada.

    I am only a human being: I need visible signs.
    I tire easily, building…

  8. suddendaybreaker:

    Tiziano (Tiziano Vecellio), Amor Sacro e Amor Profano (Sacred and Profane Love) (circa 1515) (oil on canvas)

  9. monsieurphil:

    Le Jugement Dernier, École des Pays-Bas Méridionaux, XVe siècle

    Het Laatste Oordeel, Zuid-Nederlandse School, 15de eeuw

    Whole + details

    Musée OldMasters Museum, Brussels.

    (via blackpaint20)

  11. tierradentro:

    Christ in the Wilderness”, 1872, Ivan Kramskoy.