“Two stained glass windows that inspired the young Vincent van Goghhave been verified as those in a modest Hampshire church.
Van Gogh saw the designs while living and working in London and wrote passionately about them to his brother, Theo.
In the years since his death in 1890 academics have pored over the artist’s writings but have never found the windows he enthused over.
Art historian Max Donnelly has finally established that the windows are located in St Andrews church in Owslebury, near Winchester.”
via The Guardian
““Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.””
Earl Nightingale (via coffee-tea-and-sympathy)
Kai Z. Feng
Ana Teresa Fernandez
Amadeo de Souza Cardozo - “A máscara de olho verde” - 1915
Alexis Marcou Illustrations
igor & marina