I defeated the Zeitgeist

I defeated the Zeitgeist

Plato or Aristotle?

My next follower will be the 66th. How exciting!

Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).
Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).
Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).
Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).
Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).

Medieval illustrations for Virgil’s Aeneid, depicting Aeneas’ journey to the Tartarus (the Underworld).

centuriespast:

DOSSI, DossoCirce and her Lovers in a Landscape 1514-16CanvasNational Gallery of Art, Washington

centuriespast:

DOSSI, Dosso
Circe and her Lovers in a Landscape 
1514-16
Canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington

dualityofaman0:

He really does.. Dostoyevsky is magic. He understands the human soul

This is truth
"Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool His mighty stature."
Gustave Doré for John Milton’s Paradise Lost

"Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool His mighty stature."

Gustave Doré for John Milton’s Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost, Book II (170 - 174), by John Milton

What if the breath that kindl’d those grim fires [ 170 ]
Awak’d should blow them into sevenfold rage
And plunge us in the flames? or from above
Should intermitted vengeance arm again
His Red Right Hand to plague us?

art-centric:

Jacques-Laurent Agasse - The Nubian Giraffe

art-centric:

Jacques-Laurent Agasse - The Nubian Giraffe

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leprincelointain:

František Kupka (1871-1957), Méditation - 1903. 

leprincelointain:

František Kupka (1871-1957), Méditation - 1903. 

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