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urgetocreate:

Oskar Zwintscher, Der Sommertag, 1896

urgetocreate:

Oskar Zwintscher, Der Sommertag, 1896

artishardgr:

Edward Potthast - Summer day, Brighton Beach HD

jayrockin:

victoriousvocabulary:

POLLYWOG [aka POLLIWOG]

[noun]

a tadpole; a larval frog or toad; also known as porwigle.

Etymology: variant of polliwig, from Middle English polwigle, from  pol (“head”; see poll) + wiglen (“to wiggle”).

[Eiko Jones]

this is best etymology i have ever heard in my whole life

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moviesorientated:

梅園菌譜 by 毛利梅園 Mori Baien, an illustrated atlas of fungi in Japan, 1836.

Source: Japan National Diet Library Digital Collections

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books0977:

Henri Manguin (French, 1874-1949) - Model in a Painter’s Studio (c.1900).  
Regarded as one of the creators of the Fauve movement, Manguin was influenced by Cezanne: illogical construction, harmonious colour tones, and importance of ornament. Manguin had his own touches in the use of fiery and tumultuous tonal strengths.

books0977:

Henri Manguin (French, 1874-1949) - Model in a Painter’s Studio (c.1900).  

Regarded as one of the creators of the Fauve movement, Manguin was influenced by Cezanne: illogical construction, harmonious colour tones, and importance of ornament. Manguin had his own touches in the use of fiery and tumultuous tonal strengths.

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rogerwilkerson:

Pepsi, 1959.

rogerwilkerson:

Pepsi, 1959.

arcadiainteriorana:

Artist’s GardenCharles Oppenheimer (British, 1875–1961)
Oil on canvas, 112 x 102 cm. Gallery Oldham.

arcadiainteriorana:

Artist’s Garden
Charles Oppenheimer (British, 1875–1961)

Oil on canvas, 112 x 102 cm. Gallery Oldham.

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