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Teagan White ON TUMBLR
Harbours & Gambits

Teagan White ON TUMBLR

Harbours & Gambits

lorhs:

One of my all-time favorite movies! This illustration is available as prints and shirts in my shop.

lorhs:

One of my all-time favorite movies! This illustration is available as prints and shirts in my shop.

Ron’s bedroom, from Pottermore 4.10.1

kurts-cigarettes:

Details of paintings of flower vases I saw at the Louvre. (click on each to enlarge and see the wonderful details)


stephanieshaferart:

DONE. HARRY POTTER THESIS.
Gonna have prints of these eventually. Screen prints and digital prints available in December. 

stephanieshaferart:

DONE. HARRY POTTER THESIS.

Gonna have prints of these eventually. Screen prints and digital prints available in December. 

Agnolo Bronzino - details of The Adoration of the Bronze Snake.

hoursago:

dragon print for ax because i.. love… dragons
IM TABLE E20!!! i’ll post a map later when i feel more alive ahh

hoursago:

dragon print for ax because i.. love… dragons

IM TABLE E20!!! i’ll post a map later when i feel more alive ahh


Rene Magritte, The Lovers, 1928
Magritte’s mother was a suicidal woman, which led her husband, Magritte’s father, to lock her up in her room. One day, she escaped, and was found down a nearby river dead, having drowned herself. According to legend, 13 year old Magritte was there when they retrieved the body from the river. As she was pulled from the water, her dress covered her face. This later became a theme in many of Magritte’s paintings in the 1920’s, portraying people with cloth covering their faces.

Rene MagritteThe Lovers, 1928

Magritte’s mother was a suicidal woman, which led her husband, Magritte’s father, to lock her up in her room. One day, she escaped, and was found down a nearby river dead, having drowned herself. According to legend, 13 year old Magritte was there when they retrieved the body from the river. As she was pulled from the water, her dress covered her face. This later became a theme in many of Magritte’s paintings in the 1920’s, portraying people with cloth covering their faces.