hadrian6:

Portrait of a Young Man Holding a Red Book. 1941.  Giuseppe Lucioni. Italian American 1900-1988. oil/canvas.

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ccc1967:

Enzo

Cool reader, fantastic scene!

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mensroom:

Hello Mr x Single Life

"hello mr." magazine, issue 04

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millionsmillions:

RIP Karl Miller, one of the founders of The London Review of Books and an editor of the magazine for thirteen years. Originally meant to fill a vacuum left by a strike at the Times Literary Supplement, the LRB grew into “the liveliest, the most serious and also the most radical literary magazine we have,” in Alan Bennett’s words.

millionsmillions:

RIP Karl Miller, one of the founders of The London Review of Books and an editor of the magazine for thirteen years. Originally meant to fill a vacuum left by a strike at the Times Literary Supplement, the LRB grew into “the liveliest, the most serious and also the most radical literary magazine we have,” in Alan Bennett’s words.

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colin-vian:

  Egon Schiele Dr. Hugo Koller, (1917).

Egon Schiele- Portrait of Dr. Hugo Koller

This Expressionism artwork titled - Portrait of Dr. Hugo Koller is made by the famous artist, Egon Schiele using oil on canvas in 1918 at Vienna, Austria. His work is noted for its intensity, and the many self-portraits the artist produced. The twisted body shapes and the expressive line that characterise Schiele’s paintings and drawings mark the artist as an early exponent of Expressionism.

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climacus:

Léon Cogniet (Paris, 1794 - 1880); Self Portrait in the artist’s room (Villa Medici, Roma), 1817; oil on canvas, 36 x 43.3 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art

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The book: The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss.”

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