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anglo-catholic:

S. Peter-at-Gowts, Lincoln

anglo-catholic:

S. Peter-at-Gowts, Lincoln

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jules-vern-1843:

jv1843_00358 Slightly damaged  classical nude male statue.

jules-vern-1843:

jv1843_00358 Slightly damaged  classical nude male statue.

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hadrian6:

The Drunkenness of Noah. 1540-60. Baccio Bandinelli. Italian 1493-1560. Carrara marble relief.
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hadrian6:

The Drunkenness of Noah. 1540-60. Baccio Bandinelli. Italian 1493-1560. Carrara marble relief.

http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

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Everywhere, on cobble and gravel and lawn, the leaves were
falling and in the college gardens the smoke of the bonfires joined
the wet river mist, drifting across the grey walls; the flags were oily
underfoot and as, one by one, the lamps were lit in the windows
round the quad, the golden lights were diffuse and remote, new
figures in new gowns wandered through the twilight under the
arches and the familiar bells now spoke of a year’s memories.

The autumnal mood possessed us both as though the riotous
exuberance of June had died with the flowers, whose scent at
my windows now yielded to the damp leaves, smouldering in a corner of the quad.

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nemfrog:

"The young centaurs could not climb a tree." St. Nicholas (children’s magazine). November 1879.
Boys discover the downside of being half horse.

nemfrog:

"The young centaurs could not climb a tree." St. Nicholas (children’s magazine). November 1879.

Boys discover the downside of being half horse.

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T.S. Eliot, the Poet, is Dead in London at 76

Obituary from the New York Times,

Tuesday, January 5, 1965

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anglo-catholic:

S. Stephen’s, Gloucester Road
The church where T.S Eliot worshipped

"I am an Anglo-Catholic in religion, a classicist in literature and a royalist in politics."T. S. EliotIf only more people held the same sentiments. Sigh…

anglo-catholic:

S. Stephen’s, Gloucester Road
The church where T.S Eliot worshipped

"I am an Anglo-Catholic in religion, a classicist in literature and a royalist in politics."
T. S. Eliot

If only more people held the same sentiments. Sigh…

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toinelikesart:

Pasiphae et Le Minotaure
par  Pierre-Yves Trémois (né 1921 en France)

toinelikesart:

Pasiphae et Le Minotaure

par  Pierre-Yves Trémois (né 1921 en France)

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king-without-a-castle:

Peter Samuelson - Young Reader (Ray the Butcher), 1957

king-without-a-castle:

Peter Samuelson - Young Reader (Ray the Butcher), 1957

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booksnbuildings:

Private London libraries at the end of the 19th century

(photos by Bedford Lemere)

More beauty from a lost earlier age. One finds oneself feeling quite nostalgic this evening.

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Sep 15: Azealia Banks performing at ‘The Broke With Expensive Taste Preview Tour’ in Glasgow.


Expensive taste? The top alone might be rather pretty, but when paired with the ugly plastic skirt makes for a hideous combination. One so often wonders now if young ladies lack mirrors in their homes.

Sep 15: Azealia Banks performing at ‘The Broke With Expensive Taste Preview Tour’ in Glasgow.

Expensive taste? The top alone might be rather pretty, but when paired with the ugly plastic skirt makes for a hideous combination. One so often wonders now if young ladies lack mirrors in their homes.

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