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So out to lunch
books0977:

The Library (1910-1911). Édouard Vuillard (French, 1868-1940). Tempera on canvas. Musée d’Orsay.
The thirteen-foot-tall panel known as The Library is perhaps Vuillard’s most enigmatic and least-appreciated work. Represented are two groups of people, seated and talking next to several bookcases in which the books are visible, in front of a tripartite wall hanging representing Adam and Eve.

books0977:

The Library (1910-1911). Édouard Vuillard (French, 1868-1940). Tempera on canvas. Musée d’Orsay.

The thirteen-foot-tall panel known as The Library is perhaps Vuillard’s most enigmatic and least-appreciated work. Represented are two groups of people, seated and talking next to several bookcases in which the books are visible, in front of a tripartite wall hanging representing Adam and Eve.

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vivirenmexico:

Guelaguetza la fiesta popular a la Virgen del Carmen en Oaxaca. México

vivirenmexico:

Guelaguetza la fiesta popular a la Virgen del Carmen en Oaxaca. México

awritersruminations:

Emerging from an Abyss, and re-entering it—that is Life, is it not, Dear?”

— Emily Dickinson, in a letter to Susan Gilbert Dickinson (1885) (via mitochondria)

I didn’t realize it, but the days came along one after another, and then two years were gone, and everything was gone, and I was gone.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald, Babylon Revisted (via larmoyante)

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