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Sylvia Plath, Diari
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Marcel Proust, 1913.

 

Marcel Proust, 1913.

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Solomon Joseph Solomon, Eros, 

Solomon Joseph Solomon, Eros, 

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 Edouard Manet - In the Conservator (1878 - 1879) (detail)

 Edouard Manet - In the Conservator (1878 - 1879) (detail)

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SHODO KAWARAZAKI 

 

SHODO KAWARAZAKI 

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The observer is the observed.

Jiddu Krishnamurti

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Botticelli - flower detail


Botticelli - flower detail

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Edward John Poynter 1836-1919

Edward John Poynter 1836-1919

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Thomas Lawrence - Portrait of Catherine Gray

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait of Catherine Gray

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Alphonse Mucha, ‘Song of Bohemia' (1918). Oil on canvas.
A musical theme is depicted in this painting which was reproduced in the Zlatá Praha magazine in 1918 with the title ‘Our Song’.
 

 

Alphonse Mucha, ‘Song of Bohemia' (1918). Oil on canvas.

A musical theme is depicted in this painting which was reproduced in the Zlatá Praha magazine in 1918 with the title ‘Our Song’.

 

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