dailyedm:

hmmmm

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September

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j-dueso:



Harold’s marriage proposal gets an emphatic “YES!” from Mary (Jobyna Ralston) at the conclusion of Girl Shy, 1924. 



Morbo+Cinema

Girl Shy (1924)

j-dueso:

Harold’s marriage proposal gets an emphatic “YES!” from Mary (Jobyna Ralston) at the conclusion of Girl Shy, 1924.

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September

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19

September

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ice-cream-and-cigarettes:

achievement-hunter:

miggylol:

pumpkin spice candles soon

pumpkin lattes soon

pumpkin everything

image

image

27

July

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forthemodernsoul:

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

27

July

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#Yo

#Yo

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27

July

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27

July

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runningaroundthecityswangin:

Yes!

27

July

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highcouncilofthetimelords:

Shaun of the Dead

27

July

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"I don’t hate people. I just feel better when they aren’t around."

- Charles Bukoswski (via kushandwizdom)

27

July

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27

July

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designcloud:

Health by mjayyheart

designcloud:

Health by mjayyheart

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27

July

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beyond-the-canvas:

Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Block-Bauer I. 1907, oil and gold leaf on canvas. Neue Art Gallery, New York, New York, United States.
Great painting with a great story:

This painting, which took three years to complete, was commissioned by the wealthy industrialist Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer, who made his money in the sugar industry. Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer favored the arts, especially Klimt, and commissioned him to complete another portrait of his wife Adele in 1912. Adele Bloch-Bauer was the only person to be painted twice by Klimt. This painting is perhaps most famous not for its artistic quality, but because of its scandalous history since inception. Upon her death, Adele Bloch-Bauer wished the painting to be given to the Austrian State Gallery, but it was seized by advancing German forces in World War II. In 1945, Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer designated the paintings to be the property of his nephew and nieces, including Maria Altmann. Nonetheless, the Austrian government retained ownership of the painting, and was not returned to the Altmann family until 2006 after a long court battle. The painting was then sold at auction for $135 million dollars, which at that time was the highest price paid at auction for a painting. It is now displayed the Neue Art Gallery in New York.

beyond-the-canvas:

Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Block-Bauer I. 1907, oil and gold leaf on canvas. Neue Art Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

Great painting with a great story:

This painting, which took three years to complete, was commissioned by the wealthy industrialist Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer, who made his money in the sugar industry. Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer favored the arts, especially Klimt, and commissioned him to complete another portrait of his wife Adele in 1912. Adele Bloch-Bauer was the only person to be painted twice by Klimt. This painting is perhaps most famous not for its artistic quality, but because of its scandalous history since inception. Upon her death, Adele Bloch-Bauer wished the painting to be given to the Austrian State Gallery, but it was seized by advancing German forces in World War II. In 1945, Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer designated the paintings to be the property of his nephew and nieces, including Maria Altmann. Nonetheless, the Austrian government retained ownership of the painting, and was not returned to the Altmann family until 2006 after a long court battle. The painting was then sold at auction for $135 million dollars, which at that time was the highest price paid at auction for a painting. It is now displayed the Neue Art Gallery in New York.

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July

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st0nedsoul:

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27

July

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Sixty-Nine Me

Sixty-Nine Me

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27

July

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