itscolossal:

Haunting Ceramic Faces Overgrown with Vegetation by Jess Riva Cooper

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A statue of Queen Isabel II and her son and heir King Alfonso XII at the Palau Reial de Pedralbe, a building placed in the middle of an ample garden in the district of Les Corts, in Barcelona. The statue was created by Agapit Vallmitjana i Barbany.

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tamburina:

Paul Darde, Eternal Pain

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purgatorialsociety:

The Skull of St. Agnes of Rome

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theossuary:

Boxwood statuette of Death holding an egg-timer.

German, 18th century; from the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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The Rescue of Andromeda | Photographer

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muscavomitoria:

Vierge des Sept Douleurs - Italie du Sud, 18ème siècle. Musée du Coeur ( collection du docteur Boyadjian et de son épouse ), MRAH, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Bruxelles.

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1600s:

sixpenceee:

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centuriespast:

unknown French artist (French), Martyred Female Saint , 14th century, polychrome limestone

Portland Art Museum

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unexplained-events:

This sculpture is by Marco d’Agrate, 1562 (Duomo cathedral, Milan-Italy)

This is a sculpture of St. Bartholomew who was an Apostle that was said to be skinned alive. If you look closely you will notice that his robe is actually not a robe at all, but his skin. 

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cosascool:

'Nightnight' by Claire Partington

Earthenware, Glaze, Enamel, Luster, Gold Leaf

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ryanmatthewcohn:

Ryan Matthew’s Collection. Photo by Sergio Royzen.

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laveneredissepolta:

Gaetano Zumbo, 17th century

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auspiciousplatypus:

A 19th century italian marble “vanitas”.

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