Andrei Rublev - Miniatures from Khitrovo Gospels, late 14th century
thank you! i’m so glad you like it
made a playlist to work to and it’s just the mountain goats and ciara with few exceptions
I mean, who gives a shit
i was asked by the russian edition of interview magazine to interpret a few paintings. check ‘em out here.
see the original nesterov painting here.
OK the scorpiondagger person is clearly super intelligent and hilarious
all power to them
Anonymous German Artist
Germany (c. 1420s)
Fresco, 196 cm.
Kloster Zinna, Former Zisterzienserkloster. Former Fürstenhaus, second floor, north wall.
The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, Harvard University
This guy looks like he belongs in comics and I love it
I know, right?? He’s everything a Medieval Knight should be! That’s why here are so many depictions of him and he’s such an important symbol- he was a martial leader (Roman), and was martyred for refusing to persecute his fellow Christians.
Abandoned chapel, Italy.
His body isn’t even cold yet and the New York times has already put out a shameful article declaring Nelson Mandela to be an “icon of peaceful resistance”. News outlets around the Western world are hurrying to publish obituaries that celebrate his electoral victory while…