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齐白石 - 艺术家官网 - 卓克艺术网

齐白石 - 艺术家官网 - 卓克艺术网

Duchess Dior: "Rebel Riders" by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia December 2015

Publication: Vogue Italia December 2015 Model: Anna Cleveland, Christina Carey, Erin O’Connor, Jamie Bochert Photographer: Tim Walker Fashion Editor: Jacob K Hair: Julien D’ys Make-up: Val Garland Nails: Anatole Rainey

Antigone is burying her brother Polynices by throwing ashes in the air, Burgtheater 2015.

Antigone is burying her brother Polynices by throwing ashes in the air. Antigone is played by Aenne Schwarz at the Burgtheater, Vienna. > Photo by Christian Michelides

Oberon and Titania stand in the foreground at the head of a parade of fairies who trail out behind them and up the stairs in the background. All of the fairies hold wands with glimmering lights at their tips. A Midsummer Night's Dream by Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham Through the house give glimmering light [graphic], scene from William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Nights Dream, London : Heinemann, Folger Shakespeare Library Drawing.

They legitimately give me hope for the youth. In a world full of so many cookie cutter personalities Jaden & Willow Smith give you (me at least) that breath of fresh air. #indigochild by shockthemaven

They legitimately give me hope for the youth. In a world full of so many cookie cutter personalities Jaden & Willow Smith give you (me at least) that breath of fresh air.

Part I of ‘A midsummer night’s dream’ :: illustrations by Arthur Rackham…

oldbookillustrations: “ … Where often you and I Upon faint primrose-buds were wont to lie, Emptying our bosoms of their counsel sweet Arthur Rackham, from A Midsummer-Night’s Dream, by William.

Arthur Rackham. "Are you sure that we are awake?" A Midsummer Night's Dream. Ink…

A new iPad app, directed by an Indiana University English professor, allows readers to interact with Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" in new ways. (Illustration by Arthur Rackham,

undine - Arthur Rackham

The Knight took the beautiful girl in his arms and bore her over the narrow space where the stream had divided her little island from the shore. An Arthur Rackham illustration for Undine