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The Scapegoat, 1854 – 1856.

The Scapegoat - William Holman Hunt - Hunt started painting it in 1854 on the shore of the Dead Sea and continued in his studio in London in Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight - UK

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The Kissed Mouth: Book Review: Pre-Raphaelites, Beauty and Rebellion

The Scapegoat by William Holman Hunt, Lady Lever Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool

El verdadero origen de las expresiones «chivo expiatorio» y «cabeza de turco»

El verdadero origen de las expresiones «chivo expiatorio» y «cabeza de turco»

From Saint Elisabeth's Flood of 1421, comes the legend of Kinderdijk that a baby and a cat were found floating in a cradle after the city flooded and they were the only survivors of the flood. The town of Kinderdijk is said to be the place where the cradle came ashore.

A flood - John Everett Millais 1870 Romanticism, genre painting oil on canvas, Manchester Art Galleries, UK

Driftwood Horse Sculptures    If you can't have a live horse, these beautiful pieces of art would be a nice substitute without the feeding and cleaning

Driftwood Horse Sculptures

Funny pictures about Driftwood Horse Sculptures. Oh, and cool pics about Driftwood Horse Sculptures. Also, Driftwood Horse Sculptures photos.

wonderful sheep sketches

Page from Henry Moore's sketchbook. Continuous line drawings in biro. Causes if I can soin sheep I should be able to draw sheep

On the Road to Emmaus by James Tissot. "And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself." Luke 24:27

James Tissot - Disciples On The Road To Emmaus Art Print. Explore our collection of James Tissot fine art prints, giclees, posters and hand crafted canvas products

Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen   “Eyes as Big as Plates presents Pohjois-Karjala seniors through references of familiar characters and protagonists of Finnish folklore, infused with the participating local seniors’ own stories and personal relationship to folklore, myths and imagination.” Torleif

Norway & Finland

Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth, Eyes as Big as Plates # Torleiv. Photo: Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth Opening in Kiasma in the Camouflage exhibition.