Alibeck Arinov
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beautiful nude skin paint by Lefebvre (spelling correct ; ), Jules Joseph (1836Mar14-1911Feb24, d. @75) "The Grasshopper" 1872 (detail) • french painter •  exhibits: 72 portraits in Paris Salon 1855-98 • awards: Prix de Rome 1861 • mbr of French Académie des Beaux-Arts since 1891 • professor at École des Beaux-Arts + instructor of 1500+ students at Académie Julian in Paris (excellent & sympathetic teacher; pupiled many American painters) • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Joseph_Lefebvre

beautiful nude skin paint by Lefebvre (spelling correct ; ), Jules Joseph (1836Mar14-1911Feb24, d. @75) "The Grasshopper" 1872 (detail) • french painter • exhibits: 72 portraits in Paris Salon 1855-98 • awards: Prix de Rome 1861 • mbr of French Académie des Beaux-Arts since 1891 • professor at École des Beaux-Arts + instructor of 1500+ students at Académie Julian in Paris (excellent & sympathetic teacher; pupiled many American painters) • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Joseph_Lefebvre

All the Stuff Soldiers Have Carried in Battle, From the 11th Century to Today | A man at arms in the Battle of Bosworth (1485) would use a poleax, an axe-like weapon that's mounted to a pole. The goal was to break through the barrier of armor used in medieval battle. There are also more standard goods like daggers.   Thom Atkinson  | WIRED.com

All the Stuff Soldiers Have Carried in Battle, From the 11th Century to Today | A man at arms in the Battle of Bosworth (1485) would use a poleax, an axe-like weapon that's mounted to a pole. The goal was to break through the barrier of armor used in medieval battle. There are also more standard goods like daggers. Thom Atkinson | WIRED.com

Illustration for custom letter by Alibeck Arinov

Illustration for custom letter by Alibeck Arinov

red roses by valentino

red roses by valentino

Sketch study by Roberto Ferri

Sketch study by Roberto Ferri

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70s

70s

Lanvin 97

Lanvin 97