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HADESTHRONE

“Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence - whether much that is glorious - whether all that is profound - does not spring from disease of thought - from moods of mind exalted at the expense of the general intellect.”
auxiliofaux:

Arista premium 100 35mm
©2013Auxiliofaux

auxiliofaux:

Arista premium 100 35mm

©2013Auxiliofaux

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staggerlee13367:

Limerick 2 by menton3
fragilityofart:

Gustave Doré

fragilityofart:

Gustave Doré

funeralfaerie:

A young girl laid out in the parlor, circa 1910. It was not uncommon to dress dead young girls in what looked like a wedding veil and dress to symbolize their purity as they go to ‘meet God’.

funeralfaerie:

A young girl laid out in the parlor, circa 1910. It was not uncommon to dress dead young girls in what looked like a wedding veil and dress to symbolize their purity as they go to ‘meet God’.

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Lost, lost, lost (1976), Jonas Mekas

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jorgerocha78:

Neil Barrett ss15

jorgerocha78:

Neil Barrett ss15

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Norman Lindsay (1879 – 1969) - ”Madam Mystery” c.1920
etching and engraving

Norman Lindsay (1879 – 1969) - ”Madam Mystery” c.1920

etching and engraving

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Georges Grozs

Georges Grozs