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Literature Meme | 2/3 Genres: Crime Fiction
“The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.” — The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle
Deeper than Swords
For Zen Monkey Studios’ upcoming series of Game of Thrones themed poster prints.
Posters will be available soon, you’ll hear it here first!
Art History Meme ❧ 2/7 Sculptures
The Genius of Evil (1848), St. Paul’s Cathedral, Liège.
The Genius of Evil, known informally in English as Lucifer or The Lucifer of Liège, is a religious sculpture executed in white marble by the Belgian artist Guillaume Geefs. It depicts a classically beautiful man in his physical prime, chained, seated, and nearly nude but for drapery gathered over his thighs, his full length ensconced within a mandorla of bat wings. The magnificently human figure of the iconic rebel who failed might have been expected to elicit a complex or ambivalent response. The suffering face has been read as expressing remorse and despair; a tear slips from the left eye.
a picture montage of victor hugo gradually losing patience with the world