1. hismarmorealcalm:

    Head of an old man  About 3rd century B.C.

    (via leradr)

  2. amare-habeo:

    Odilon Redon (French, 1840 - 1916) - Visage de rêve, N/D


    Galerie  Coatalem, Paris, France

  3. amare-habeo:

    Marc Chagall  (Bielorusian - French, 1887–1985)

    Stravinsky, N/D

    (via alongtimealone)

  5. missfolly:

    Francesco Clemente

    (Alba is the artist’s wife)
  8. artemisdreaming:

    Face Inlay of the Pharaoh Akhenaten

    Egypt, New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty XVIII, about 1353-1336 BC
    Cast, then cold-worked to refine the sculptural quality of the portrait and to create cavities for additional inlays for the eye and eyebrow
    Overall H: 4.2 cm, Th: 0.6 cm, Gift of the Ennion Society
    Collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY (^^2012.1.2^^)


  9. "[…] this stillness
           echoing from the rooms like an unfinished sound"
    — W. S. Merwin, Season
    (via poemusicoffee)
  10. artemisdreaming:

    Blind Harper in Tomb of Nakht

    From wiki:  During the Middle Kingdom (c. 2040–1640 BCE) blind harpists are depicted on tomb walls. The ancient Egyptians were not exclusively interested in the causes and cures for blindness but also the social care of the individual.”  Wiki source: The history of special education”, Margret A. Winzer”, p. 463, Gallaudet University Press, 1993, ISBN 1-56368-018-1

    … The Ancient Egyptians were the first civilisation to display an interest in the causes and cures for disabilities and during some periods blind people are recorded as representing a substantial portion of the poets and musicians in society.  Wiki source:  ”Everybody belongs”, Arthur H. Shapiro, p. 152, Routledge, 2000, ISBN 0-8153-3960-7