I just want you to be happy. And maybe a little bit naked.
Girl, 20, Norway.
rainlullaby99:

unknown artist of the 19th century
rainlullaby99:

unknown artist of the 19th century
rainlullaby99:

unknown artist of the 19th century

rainlullaby99:

unknown artist of the 19th century

nevver:

Stuck in Hopperville, Sally Storch

jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.
AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!
jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.
AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!
jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.
AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.

AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

nevver:

Whenever I breathe out, you’re breathing in - Adam Lupton

loveage-moondream:

The Ostentatious Orgasm by Wendy Buttrose. Cosmopolitan Magazine, July 1972
loveage-moondream:

The Ostentatious Orgasm by Wendy Buttrose. Cosmopolitan Magazine, July 1972
loveage-moondream:

The Ostentatious Orgasm by Wendy Buttrose. Cosmopolitan Magazine, July 1972

loveage-moondream:

The Ostentatious Orgasm by Wendy Buttrose. Cosmopolitan Magazine, July 1972

theswinginsixties:

1969 illustration - artist unknown theswinginsixties:

1969 illustration - artist unknown theswinginsixties:

1969 illustration - artist unknown

theswinginsixties:

1969 illustration - artist unknown

teenboypopstar:

paintdeath:

Laura Callaghan - The Pool

aim and I are buying this for the house teenboypopstar:

paintdeath:

Laura Callaghan - The Pool

aim and I are buying this for the house teenboypopstar:

paintdeath:

Laura Callaghan - The Pool

aim and I are buying this for the house

teenboypopstar:

paintdeath:

Laura Callaghan - The Pool

aim and I are buying this for the house

billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Photo: Richard Parks, 1968)
billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Photo: Richard Parks, 1968)
billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Photo: Richard Parks, 1968)

billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Photo: Richard Parks, 1968)

nevver:

My birth, Frida Kahlo nevver:

My birth, Frida Kahlo nevver:

My birth, Frida Kahlo

nevver:

My birth, Frida Kahlo

heartbeatsclub:

bad girls print
heartbeatsclub:

bad girls print
heartbeatsclub:

bad girls print
nevver:

Danny Galieote nevver:

Danny Galieote nevver:

Danny Galieote
tat-art:

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon in Vogue
tat-art:

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon in Vogue
tat-art:

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon in Vogue

tat-art:

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon in Vogue

books0977:

Russian ballet (Pavlova and Nijinsky in “Pavillon d’Armide”), 1907. Serge Sudeikin (Russian, 1882-1946). Oil on panel.
Le Pavillon d’Armide was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, with staging and costumes by Alexandre Benois. Principal dancers were Anna Pavlova in the role of Armida, Vaslav Nijinsky as her slave, and Pavel Gerdt as the Vicomte René de Beaugency. books0977:

Russian ballet (Pavlova and Nijinsky in “Pavillon d’Armide”), 1907. Serge Sudeikin (Russian, 1882-1946). Oil on panel.
Le Pavillon d’Armide was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, with staging and costumes by Alexandre Benois. Principal dancers were Anna Pavlova in the role of Armida, Vaslav Nijinsky as her slave, and Pavel Gerdt as the Vicomte René de Beaugency. books0977:

Russian ballet (Pavlova and Nijinsky in “Pavillon d’Armide”), 1907. Serge Sudeikin (Russian, 1882-1946). Oil on panel.
Le Pavillon d’Armide was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, with staging and costumes by Alexandre Benois. Principal dancers were Anna Pavlova in the role of Armida, Vaslav Nijinsky as her slave, and Pavel Gerdt as the Vicomte René de Beaugency.

books0977:

Russian ballet (Pavlova and Nijinsky in “Pavillon d’Armide”), 1907. Serge Sudeikin (Russian, 1882-1946). Oil on panel.

Le Pavillon d’Armide was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, with staging and costumes by Alexandre Benois. Principal dancers were Anna Pavlova in the role of Armida, Vaslav Nijinsky as her slave, and Pavel Gerdt as the Vicomte René de Beaugency.