“I was worried about Lady Sybil, but I’m not worried anymore.” Downton Abbey

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antelucanhourglass: Digitalis aka Foxglove

antelucanhourglass: Digitalis aka Foxglove

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cottonandgongandsnowlikesong: I love this sculpture.  Especially because she’s sitting on one of the staircases in the library, engrossed in her book and totally oblivious to the bustle of passers-by.

cottonandgongandsnowlikesong: I love this sculpture.  Especially because she’s sitting on one of the staircases in the library, engrossed in her book and totally oblivious to the bustle of passers-by.

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aseaofquotes: 1915 Lucy Maud Montgomery (Canadian, 1874-1942) ~ Anne of the Island

aseaofquotes: 1915 Lucy Maud Montgomery (Canadian, 1874-1942) ~ Anne of the Island

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drakontomalloi: ca 1510 Attributed to Giorgione (Italian High Renaissance; ca 1477-1510) ~ Lady with a Unicorn

drakontomalloi: ca 1510 Attributed to Giorgione (Italian High Renaissance; ca 1477-1510) ~ Lady with a Unicorn

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theantidote: Gabriel Pacheco (Mexican surrealist painter)

theantidoteGabriel Pacheco (Mexican surrealist painter)

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ysvoice: Balcony in Scanno - Abruzzi, Italy by © Angela Cherubini

ysvoiceBalcony in Scanno - Abruzzi, Italy by © Angela Cherubini

"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."

— Aristotle via thunder-atsunrise

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arthistoryeveryday: 1876 William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite and Arts and Crafts Movement artist, writer, textile designer, socialist; 1834-96) ~ Honeysuckle (Furnishing Fabric)

arthistoryeveryday: 1876 William Morris (English Pre-Raphaelite and Arts and Crafts Movement artist, writer, textile designer, socialist; 1834-96) ~ Honeysuckle (Furnishing Fabric)

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