Aneta SEvcikova

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New Balance Shoes - IN SEARCH OF Rose Gold and Gunmetal Sneakers 574

New Balance Shoes - IN SEARCH OF Rose Gold and Gunmetal Sneakers 574

New Balance 574 sneakers in emerald and rose gold New Balance 574 sneakers in emerald and rose gold. "Precious Metals" line. Hard to find size and color. Selling for $120+ on other sites. Brand new in box. No trades. No PayPal. Additional photos coming soon. New Balance Shoes Athletic Shoes

New Balance 574 sneakers in emerald and rose gold New Balance 574 sneakers in emerald and rose gold. "Precious Metals" line. Hard to find size and color. Selling for $120+ on other sites. Brand new in box. No trades. No PayPal. Additional photos coming soon. New Balance Shoes Athletic Shoes

Sleeping Lion statue at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England. More

Sleeping Lion statue at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England. More

Closeup of "The West Wind" by Thomas Ridgeway Gould at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY

Closeup of "The West Wind" by Thomas Ridgeway Gould at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY

Swinging support || Surreal Art

Swinging support || Surreal Art

Gian Lorenzo a terminé cette oeuvre à l'age de 23 ans

Gian Lorenzo a terminé cette oeuvre à l'age de 23 ans

Kees Van Dongen and his son 1944 Séeberger

Kees Van Dongen and his son 1944 Séeberger

"Slow Dance " - Ron Hicks

"Slow Dance " - Ron Hicks

Painting

Painting

Rembrandt’s Mother Reading (c. 1629). Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch painter and engraver, 1606-1669). Wilton House, Wiltshire, England. “Of all the Baroque masters, it was Rembrandt who evolved the most revolutionary technique and who seemed to grow into the Italians’ spiritual heir. By the middle of the 1630s he had long since abandoned conventional Dutch smoothness and his surfaces were already caked with more paint than was strictly necessary to present an illusion.”

Rembrandt’s Mother Reading (c. 1629). Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch painter and engraver, 1606-1669). Wilton House, Wiltshire, England. “Of all the Baroque masters, it was Rembrandt who evolved the most revolutionary technique and who seemed to grow into the Italians’ spiritual heir. By the middle of the 1630s he had long since abandoned conventional Dutch smoothness and his surfaces were already caked with more paint than was strictly necessary to present an illusion.”