fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Judy King and Harold Lloyd - “Girl Shy” (1924)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Judy King and Harold Lloyd - “Girl Shy” (1924)

(Source: maudit)

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rumelia:

working with tobacco in a Bulgarian village, 1933

rumelia:

working with tobacco in a Bulgarian village, 1933

(Source: ebay.com)

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todf:

Every day, in every way, I feel more and more like Peter Lorre.

(Source: throwherinthewater)

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savage-america:


Tarring and feathering has vague connotations of American revolutionaries standing up to Tory oppression or something. Well, here is what tarring and feathering is really like. John Meints, a German-American farmer, was subjected to this treatment during World War I for the heinous crime of not subscribing to a war bond drive.

Tarred and Feathered - Lawyers, Guns & Money

savage-america:

Tarring and feathering has vague connotations of American revolutionaries standing up to Tory oppression or something. Well, here is what tarring and feathering is really like. John Meints, a German-American farmer, was subjected to this treatment during World War I for the heinous crime of not subscribing to a war bond drive.

Tarred and Feathered - Lawyers, Guns & Money

(Reblogged from drtuesdaygjohnson)

lesfleursdelart:

xo-skeleton:

Gustave Doré, Paolo and Francesca in Hell, 1861

Ink and white gouache on paper, 38.7 × 29.2 cm.

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road-to-kamarg:

russian-style :

Leonid Andreyev with painting of Demon (drawn by himself), 1910

L. Andreyev (1871-1919) was a Russian writer of the Silver Age. He is considered to be the founder of Russian expressionism. His pre-revolutionary stories (“The Red Laugh”, “The Seven Who Were Hanged”) represent not only his democratic ideas, but also a very special (a bit insane) spirit of the epoch. Andreyev’s style is quite special because it is full of religion, mysticism and psychiatry; pessimism about life and human nature. 

No wonder that Lovecraft liked him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonid_Andreyev

(Reblogged from drtuesdaygjohnson)
exitinsistexist:

Egon Schiele (1890-1918) “Dead Mother”, 1910

exitinsistexist:

Egon Schiele (1890-1918) “Dead Mother”, 1910

(Reblogged from camerettasabauda)

tumblerete:

G-The punching ball (1920)

Max Ernst

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