colourthysoul:

Maximilian Lenz - A World (1899)

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sludgedemon:

lutati-niwl:

The ouroboros is traditionally depicted as a serpent or dragon in the process of swallowing its own tail, resulting in the formation of a circle. Unsurprisingly the ouroboros is most often regarded as a symbol of infinity and renewal, though it is also widely interpreted to be demonstrating the principles of cyclical transformation and the creation of life through death. It has also been used as a symbol for totality, self-sufficiency, androgyny, mercury, and truth.

me

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fletchingarrows:

abystle:

Faust, as illustrated by Harry Clarke, printed by Arden Book Company, 1925.
one of my all time favorite illustrators

art-and-fury:

Devotees - Walton Ford 

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thedoppelganger:

Right eye from a Greek statue, 500–100 BC, marble, obsidian, glass, copper

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