For The Love of Art

Things that I like to like

looking at the orchestral rep for next semester

whatshouldwecallconservatory:

Claude Monet » Water Lilies

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allthingseurope:

Turin, Italy (by Silvio Sola)

allthingseurope:

Turin, Italy (by Silvio Sola)

mrcloudphotography:

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Um… I’ll have a swig of ale, a slice of bread, a piece of tender steak and some epic clouds please thank you :)

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natgeotravel:

Retro Rome: Visitors at St. Peter’s Basilica, Italy.
Photograph by Ken Kochey

natgeotravel:

Retro Rome: Visitors at St. Peter’s Basilica, Italy.

Photograph by Ken Kochey

fyblackwomenart:

Nina Simone by Paul Lovering

fyblackwomenart:

Nina Simone by Paul Lovering

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theurbanblabbermouth2:

See the world’s stunning bookstores.

El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires Librería El Péndulo, Mexico City

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atlasobscura:

Österreichische Nationalbibliothek - Vienna, Austria

The Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Austrian National Library) is a breathtaking baroque masterpiece, finished in 1726. Formerly the court library to the Hapsburgs, it is one of the world’s major libraries, with an extraordinary collection that dates back to the 14th century. The current collection contains around 2.5 million books.

Visitors can also visit many special collections, which include prints, maps, papyri, portraits, music and theater. But the magnificent library itself is the focal point here. Among the exhibits are two exquisite Venetian baroque globes: one for the earth and one for the sky, each with a diameter of more than one meter. Keep your eye out for library employees slipping through concealed passages behind certain bookcases.

The Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Austrian National Library) on Atlas Obscura

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allthingseurope:

Jelenia Gora, Poland (by Andras Jancsik)

allthingseurope:

Jelenia Gora, Poland (by Andras Jancsik)