Install Theme
Art by Old Masters

lunasabatica:

Power O’Malley: Beware the Beautiful Witch, 1913.

The Lost Supper, 1874 by Adrien de Boucherville (French, ?—1912)

transistoradio:

Henry Tonks (1862‑1937), A Girl with a Parrot (c.1893), oil on canvas, 31.1 x 45.7 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate.

All Souls’ Day (Hedwig Cemetery), 1896 by Franz Skarbina (German, 1849—1910)

thusreluctant:

Rainy Day, New York by Paul Cornoyer

(Source: questroyalfineart.com)

the-paintrist:

laclefdescoeurs:

Akseli Gallen-Kallela - Forging of the Sampo, 1893, 

oil on canvas, 152 × 200 cm (59.8 × 78.7 in)

Ateneumin taidemuseo, Helsinki

Painting by Akseli Gallen-Kallela, depicting a scene from Kalevala, a Finnish epic poem. Smith Ilmarinen is forging the magical mill called Sampo, a centerpiece in many of Kalevala’s stories.

(via only-artists-left-alive)

Blooming Roses, 1901 by Anthonie Eleonore Christensen(called Anthonore) (Danish, 1849—1926)

wonderingaboutitall:

Lady With A Fan - Eva Gonzales

simena:

Edith White

(via only-artists-left-alive)

Ribbons and Lace, 1904 by Edmund Blair Leighton (English, 1852—1922)

melancholyway:

George Inness (1825-1894)
Christmas Eve, 1866

(via only-artists-left-alive)

Gathering Daisiesby Alexander Mark Rossi (English, 1840—1916)

fuckyeahpreraphaelites:

Night (1870), Edward Burne-Jones

(Source: eyes-of-periwinkle)

Hide and Seek, c.1877 by James Tissot (French, 1836—1902)

Portia and Shylock, from Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” by Edward Alcock (English, ?—1778)