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windypoplarsroom:

Joseph Kleitsch

"Reflections, Vernon."

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chadwys:

Still Life by Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916)

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thusreluctant:

A Small Girl with her Doll by Henri Lebasque

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fanidunya:

Bir insan, Bir insana elbette yeterdi…

Sabahattin Ali

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victoriousvocabulary:

POMEGRANATE

[noun]

botanical name Punica granatum; is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree. Its fruit is often used as a recurring symbol across different cultures, e.g. in Ancient Greek mythology, the pomegranate was also known as the “fruit of the dead,” and to have sprung from the blood of Adonis whereas the Ancient Egyptians regarded the pomegranate as a symbol of prosperity and ambition.

Etymology: from mediaeval Latin pōmum, “apple” and grānātum, “seeded”.

[Benjamin A. Vierling - Pomegranates]

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bofransson:

Cuno Amiet - Flower Still Life (1912)

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artemisdreaming:

Hengki Koentjoro

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grand-bazaar:

Vintage Africa - Drum Session

Ginger Baker eat your heart out!

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lilacsinthedooryard:

Joseph Kleitsch

Madonna of the Apples, 1927

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lilacsinthedooryard:

Julius LeBlanc Stewart

Quiet Day on the Seine, 1880

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