St. Margaret’s, Westminster, Louis Hubbard Grimshaw
Vertical garden with a Ram’s Head Fountain. Probably perfect composition.
"Some people hide their sadness very well."-Khaled Hosseini, And The Mountains Echoed (via oiseauperdu)
Daphnis and Chloe-the Flute lesson (1850) Louis Hersent
Léa Seydoux as Agathe-Sidonie Laborde in Les adieux à la reine (2012)
La lettura (Catullus e Clodia) - Giulio Aristide Sartorio
La Bella Giulia Farnese by Raphael & Me
(I’m just continuing my Art Within The Borgias agitation tonight…I don’t understand why they couldn’t just do something like this instead of the junior high level paintings that were in the show in that scene. This took me ten minutes. I was lazy and didn’t bother to put in Lotte Verbeek’s actual hair in the back or give her a seahorse pendant and it’s crude, but still—it took me ten minutes. Why bother paying some artist to make paintings for the show’s characters when they could’ve just Photoshopped it like this? Yes, I know this was a later painting, but in this case it doesn’t matter…it’s the one they “based” the one on the show on. If given the time I could’ve spent 2 hours on it to finish the things I mentioned and it would’ve cost less than an actual painting—no wonder their budget was so inflated!)