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Michaël Borremans Four Fairies 2003. Oil on canvas 110 x 150 cm

Michaël Borremans Four Fairies 2003. Oil on canvas 110 x 150 cm

Detail from Miraj Nameh (Mirâj Nâmeh), an illustrated Turkish-Oriental book from the fifteenth century, written in Mongolian characters (1436).

Detail from Miraj Nameh (Mirâj Nâmeh), an illustrated Turkish-Oriental book from the fifteenth century, written in Mongolian characters (1436).

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Christopher Nicholson. Model of the Rear of a House, (1938)
 As the wealthy patron of surrealist painters such as Salvador Dali, Edward James delighted in the idea of living in a fantasy-like country house on his Sussex estate. In 1937, he purchased the stone block façade of the recently demolished Pantheon, a once poular assembly hall on Londons Oxford Street built in the late eighteenth century, and had his architect, Christopher Nicholson, create a design for building a modern dwelling behind it. As seen in this photograph of Nicholson’s plaster covered model of the rear of the house, the artist John Piper has painted a row of caryatids along the upper terrace, like Easter Island Statues, reflecting the then-popular psychoanalytical world of Freudian neurosis. The proposal was to construct the sculptures in sheet metal. The house, however was not built. James moved to the United States in 1939 and then to the Mexican Jungle where he spent the remainder of his life hand-building surrealist garden of concrete structures.

rudygodinez:

Christopher Nicholson. Model of the Rear of a House, (1938)

 As the wealthy patron of surrealist painters such as Salvador Dali, Edward James delighted in the idea of living in a fantasy-like country house on his Sussex estate. In 1937, he purchased the stone block façade of the recently demolished Pantheon, a once poular assembly hall on Londons Oxford Street built in the late eighteenth century, and had his architect, Christopher Nicholson, create a design for building a modern dwelling behind it. As seen in this photograph of Nicholson’s plaster covered model of the rear of the house, the artist John Piper has painted a row of caryatids along the upper terrace, like Easter Island Statues, reflecting the then-popular psychoanalytical world of Freudian neurosis. The proposal was to construct the sculptures in sheet metal. The house, however was not built. James moved to the United States in 1939 and then to the Mexican Jungle where he spent the remainder of his life hand-building surrealist garden of concrete structures.

Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie, 1888

Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie, 1888

Louis Coulon with his 11 foot beard (plus cat), c. 1900.jpg

Louis Coulon with his 11 foot beard (plus cat), c. 1900.jpg

Hilma Af Klint (1862-1944) - from serie : The ten largest.

Hilma Af Klint (1862-1944) - from serie : The ten largest.

like jamie mills work

like jamie mills work

Carolle Benitah
le déguisement / the disguise
from the series Photos / Souvenirs

Carolle Benitah
le déguisement / the disguise
from the series Photos / Souvenirs

veronica azzinari

veronica azzinari

Michaël Borremans Four Fairies 2003. Oil on canvas 110 x 150 cm

Michaël Borremans Four Fairies 2003. Oil on canvas 110 x 150 cm

Detail from Miraj Nameh (Mirâj Nâmeh), an illustrated Turkish-Oriental book from the fifteenth century, written in Mongolian characters (1436).

Detail from Miraj Nameh (Mirâj Nâmeh), an illustrated Turkish-Oriental book from the fifteenth century, written in Mongolian characters (1436).

planetaryfolklore:

visualreverenceCameron Baxter"A Comprehensive Guide to Navigating Parallel Dimensions" [via]

(via rudygodinez)

rudygodinez:

Christopher Nicholson. Model of the Rear of a House, (1938)
 As the wealthy patron of surrealist painters such as Salvador Dali, Edward James delighted in the idea of living in a fantasy-like country house on his Sussex estate. In 1937, he purchased the stone block façade of the recently demolished Pantheon, a once poular assembly hall on Londons Oxford Street built in the late eighteenth century, and had his architect, Christopher Nicholson, create a design for building a modern dwelling behind it. As seen in this photograph of Nicholson’s plaster covered model of the rear of the house, the artist John Piper has painted a row of caryatids along the upper terrace, like Easter Island Statues, reflecting the then-popular psychoanalytical world of Freudian neurosis. The proposal was to construct the sculptures in sheet metal. The house, however was not built. James moved to the United States in 1939 and then to the Mexican Jungle where he spent the remainder of his life hand-building surrealist garden of concrete structures.

rudygodinez:

Christopher Nicholson. Model of the Rear of a House, (1938)

 As the wealthy patron of surrealist painters such as Salvador Dali, Edward James delighted in the idea of living in a fantasy-like country house on his Sussex estate. In 1937, he purchased the stone block façade of the recently demolished Pantheon, a once poular assembly hall on Londons Oxford Street built in the late eighteenth century, and had his architect, Christopher Nicholson, create a design for building a modern dwelling behind it. As seen in this photograph of Nicholson’s plaster covered model of the rear of the house, the artist John Piper has painted a row of caryatids along the upper terrace, like Easter Island Statues, reflecting the then-popular psychoanalytical world of Freudian neurosis. The proposal was to construct the sculptures in sheet metal. The house, however was not built. James moved to the United States in 1939 and then to the Mexican Jungle where he spent the remainder of his life hand-building surrealist garden of concrete structures.

Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie, 1888

Internationales Archiv für Ethnographie, 1888

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Carole Brémaud

Lauren DiCioccio

Lauren DiCioccio

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Louis Coulon with his 11 foot beard (plus cat), c. 1900.jpg

Louis Coulon with his 11 foot beard (plus cat), c. 1900.jpg

Hilma Af Klint (1862-1944) - from serie : The ten largest.

Hilma Af Klint (1862-1944) - from serie : The ten largest.

like jamie mills work

like jamie mills work

Carolle Benitah
le déguisement / the disguise
from the series Photos / Souvenirs

Carolle Benitah
le déguisement / the disguise
from the series Photos / Souvenirs

veronica azzinari

veronica azzinari