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Yojimbo (1961)

Yojimbo (1961)

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Tree of Life (by so_jeo)

indigenousdialogues:

Tree of Life (by so_jeo)

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Still Life Of Flowers In A Basket With Two Butterflies, A Drgonfly, A Fly And A Beetle By An Alabaster Urn On A Marble Pedestal  	
Gerard Van Spaendonck (1746-1822)

Still Life Of Flowers In A Basket With Two Butterflies, A Drgonfly, A Fly And A Beetle By An Alabaster Urn On A Marble Pedestal
Gerard Van Spaendonck (1746-1822)

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Edgar Brandt - Les Cigognes d’Alsace - for Selfrdiges department store - London, 1928, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Edgar Brandt - Les Cigognes d’Alsace - for Selfrdiges department store - London, 1928, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

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The Noble Game of the SwanAnother  linen-backed etching - presumably for the children of the elite - from  1821, published in London by William Darton. The nineteen compartments  of the swan game board include the British Museum (No. 3). The game  board came complete with a rulebook, an etching of some swans and a  slipcase.

The Noble Game of the Swan

Another linen-backed etching - presumably for the children of the elite - from 1821, published in London by William Darton. The nineteen compartments of the swan game board include the British Museum (No. 3). The game board came complete with a rulebook, an etching of some swans and a slipcase.

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Daima Ouzbekistan

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Daima Ouzbekistan

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"I have been here before," I said; I had been there before; first with Sebastian more than twenty years ago on a cloudless day in June, when the ditches were creamy with meadowsweet and the air heavy with all the scents of summer; it was a day of peculiar splendour, and though I had been there so often, in so many moods, it was to that first visit that my heart returned on this, my latest.  ~ Captain Charles Ryder

Brideshead Revisited

"I have been here before," I said; I had been there before; first with Sebastian more than twenty years ago on a cloudless day in June, when the ditches were creamy with meadowsweet and the air heavy with all the scents of summer; it was a day of peculiar splendour, and though I had been there so often, in so many moods, it was to that first visit that my heart returned on this, my latest. ~ Captain Charles Ryder

Brideshead Revisited