philamuseum:

Can you imagine posing as the face of Christ for Rembrandt van Rijn? Evidence supports that Rembrandt used his neighbor in the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam as the model for this moving depiction of Christ. Rembrandt, born today in 1606, had an uncanny ability to capture the face of humanity in his work.

Head of Christ,” 1648–56, by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

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foxsearchlightpictures:

I ORIGINS In select theaters July 18th
foxsearchlightpictures:

I ORIGINS In select theaters July 18th
foxsearchlightpictures:

I ORIGINS In select theaters July 18th
foxsearchlightpictures:

I ORIGINS In select theaters July 18th
foxsearchlightpictures:

I ORIGINS In select theaters July 18th
staceythinx:

Recent work from Lincoln Harrison, one of my very favorite photographers.
staceythinx:

Recent work from Lincoln Harrison, one of my very favorite photographers.
staceythinx:

Recent work from Lincoln Harrison, one of my very favorite photographers.
staceythinx:

Recent work from Lincoln Harrison, one of my very favorite photographers.

staceythinx:

Recent work from Lincoln Harrison, one of my very favorite photographers.

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…. for water will always love to love you ….

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Q

Anonymous asked:

What do you think about yourself?

A

foammm:

Uhhhhm I think I’m awesome

quotemirror:

We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.
– Thich Nhat Hanh
http://quotemirror.com/s/mgzz2

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