books0977:

La Justice. Bernard d’Agesci (French, 1757-1828), Musée de Niort. Holds scales in one hand and in the other hand a book with “Dieu, la Loi, et le Roi” on one page and the Golden Rule on the other page.
D’Agesci went to Paris in 1772 and entered the studio of Jean-Bernard Restout. Returning to Niort he mainly painted religious and mythological subjects as well as portraits in Neoclassical style. His name is memorialised in the Musée Bernard d’Agesci in Niort, the town of his birth.
smallgirlblogging:

blanche—noire:

blance—noire

aizea:

Hands and Feet by Peter Judson

(via 2000andlame)

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

Groovy Alternate Movie Posters by Adam Juresko

Source: adamjuresko.com

historicaltimes:

Muhammad Ali  training in a pool at the Sir John Hotel in Miami, 1961 by Flip Schulke.

whythatsbullshit:

gaaraofsburbia:

Holy shit Family Guy actually got something right?

(Source: alanlozano, via arguablynot)

frenchtugboat:

Bartitsu, a Martial art that inspired baritsu, a martial art/misspelling or Bartitsu, which allowed Sherlock to kick Moriarty’s arse when they fell off the waterfall thereby faking his death