Levente Gulyás

Levente Gulyás

Levente Gulyás
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Albrecht Dürer, Christ Among the Doctors (detail), 1506.

Albrecht Dürer, Christ Among the Doctors (detail), 1506.

So life like...a woman frozen in anguish, frozen in time

So life like...a woman frozen in anguish, frozen in time

Dónde están los brazos de la Venus de Milo?

Dónde están los brazos de la Venus de Milo?

~ “All of us will have to render an account of our lives when we die. ~ God will not be interested in who or what we were. ~ No, only in this: how did we live? That will be the sole matter for judgment. ~ A company director won't be able to pull rank on a waiter, and a fisherman's wife will be on a par with a millionaire's wife. Ships' officers will receive no preference over ships' cooks. ~ All will be judged by exactly the same measure: did we use our talents well and for his glory?”…

~ “All of us will have to render an account of our lives when we die. ~ God will not be interested in who or what we were. ~ No, only in this: how did we live? That will be the sole matter for judgment. ~ A company director won't be able to pull rank on a waiter, and a fisherman's wife will be on a par with a millionaire's wife. Ships' officers will receive no preference over ships' cooks. ~ All will be judged by exactly the same measure: did we use our talents well and for his glory?”…

Zdizslaw

Zdizslaw

Deformities present in a young woman with syphilis. Progressed to the point of nasal caving, blindness, and mouth closure.

Deformities present in a young woman with syphilis. Progressed to the point of nasal caving, blindness, and mouth closure.

Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) - Study of a Saint (Saint Hubertus?), 1620s, oil on canvas, 49 × 37 cm. National Museum in Warsaw (MNW)

Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) - Study of a Saint (Saint Hubertus?), 1620s, oil on canvas, 49 × 37 cm. National Museum in Warsaw (MNW)

Graceless truth: a pastel portrait by Henry Tonks

Graceless truth: a pastel portrait by Henry Tonks

Theodore Gericault’s Last Self Portrait as a Dying Man, 1824    terrifying and beautiful.

Theodore Gericault’s Last Self Portrait as a Dying Man, 1824 terrifying and beautiful.