criptoas:

Louis Welden Hawkins

criptoas:

Louis Welden Hawkins

buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

Ricardo Chavez-Mendez"Dia De Muertos Madonna"
Hans Bellmer

Hans Bellmer

leprincelointain:

Karl Mediz (1868-1945), Roter Engel - 1902.

leprincelointain:

Karl Mediz (1868-1945), Roter Engel - 1902.

Salomé le supplice -Gustav Adolf Mossa

Salomé le supplice -Gustav Adolf Mossa

jeannepompadour:

Eve Pandora by Gustav Adolf Mossa, 1907

jeannepompadour:

Eve Pandora by Gustav Adolf Mossa, 1907

peaceandquiet1:

Gustav Adolf Mossa

peaceandquiet1:

Gustav Adolf Mossa

procrastinationandmotivation:

A young Billie Holiday

procrastinationandmotivation:

A young Billie Holiday

artmastered:

Gustave Moreau, n.d, The Fall of Phaethon
In Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’, Phaethon was the son of Clymene, who insisted that Phaethon’s father was Helios, the Greek sun God, and not her mortal king husband Merops. Helios reluctantly allowed Phaethon to ride on his sun chariot in order to prove his identity as Phaethon’s divine father. However, Phaethon soon lost control of the chariot and was unable to command the fire-breathing horses. Good old Zeus eventually stepped in to help by hurling one of his trademark lightning bolts at Phaethon and the turbulent chariot, thus killing Phaethon. Great job, Zeus.

artmastered:

Gustave Moreau, n.d, The Fall of Phaethon

In Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’, Phaethon was the son of Clymene, who insisted that Phaethon’s father was Helios, the Greek sun God, and not her mortal king husband Merops. Helios reluctantly allowed Phaethon to ride on his sun chariot in order to prove his identity as Phaethon’s divine father. However, Phaethon soon lost control of the chariot and was unable to command the fire-breathing horses. Good old Zeus eventually stepped in to help by hurling one of his trademark lightning bolts at Phaethon and the turbulent chariot, thus killing Phaethon. Great job, Zeus.

Maria de Magdala - G.A.Mossa 

Maria de Magdala - G.A.Mossa