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r2yo:

ビックカメラに寄ったら「大気汚染の具体策はお済みでしょうか?」といわれた

(nemoiから)

"ドンナ大雨にも、大風にも、大地震にも、アノ石垣はタツタ一つでも狂うて、動いたことはない。昔の人は、今の人のやうに、人目に見えるやうなところに頓着しない。その代りに誰にも見えない地底へ、いくら力を籠めたか知れないよ。昔と今と違ふところは、こゝだよ。"

Twitter / KatsuKaishuBot (via yellowblog)

"そしてついには、その人影が一度もこちらを見返らず、全く私に背を向けて動作しているのを幸い、じっとそれを見続けはじめました。不思議な戦慄が私を通り抜けました。"

梶井基次郎 Kの昇天 ――或はKの溺死 (via taizooo)

premoderno:

Jean Bullant | Castillo de Chantilly | Chantilly, Francia | 1560

premoderno:

Jean Bullant | Castillo de Chantilly | Chantilly, Francia | 1560

(元記事: gallica.bnf.fr (acidadebrancaから))


Yoshida Masaji (Japan: 1917–1971), Fountain of Earth #1, 1956. Color woodcut, 56.5 x 82.8 cm

Yoshida Masaji (Japan: 1917–1971), Fountain of Earth #1, 1956. Color woodcut, 56.5 x 82.8 cm

(元記事: hipinuff (wowgreatから))

finn-wilkie:

Bayer & Strobel, Funeral Chapel, Ingelheim Frei-Weinheim, 2012

(出典: airows)

catilde:

Andrea Palladio (30 November 1508 – 19 August 1580) was an Italian architect active in the Republic of Venice. Palladio, influenced by Roman and Greek architecture, primarily by Vitruvius, is widely considered the most influential individual in the hisotry of Western Architecure. All of his buildings are located in what was the Venetian Republic, but his teachings, summarized in the architectural treatise, The Four Books Of Architecture, gained him wide recognition. The city of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of Veneto are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Pictures

#1: “The Villas of Palladio” by Giovanni Giaconi;

#2: Villa Capra “La Rotonda”

#3: Villa Capra “La Rotonda”

#4: Composite Order, Book 1, The Architecture of A. Palladio in Four Books, (Leoni edition, 1721)

#5: Teatro Olimpico (“Olympic Theatre”)

#6: Teatro Olimpico (“Olympic Theatre”)

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megazal:

01 Magazine - Instagram Spotlight Of The Week: @scottreedy

italianartsociety:

Sienese architect, painter, and stage designer Baldassare Peruzzi died on this day in 1536 in Rome where he had worked since 1503. He was honored with burial in the Pantheon next to Raphael, demonstrating his reputation and esteem among the art cognoscenti in Rome. In addition to paintings and buildings, well over 500 drawings survive by the artist, including designs related to the rebuilding of St. Peter’s in Rome. Among his best known works are the suburban villa known as the Farnesina built for Agostino Chigi, decorated by Peruzzi, Raphael, Sebastiano del Piombo, and Sodoma. Peruzzi’s understanding of architecture helped him create highly illusionistic frescoes.

Perspective views of the Sala delle Prospettive, 1515-17, fresco, Villa Farnesina, Rome

Garden façade of the Villa Farnesina, Rome, c. 1506; photo credit: Vanni/Art Resource, NY

View of the Loggia di Galatea, 1510-11, fresco, Villa Farnesina, Rome

Perseus and Pegasus, 1510-11, fresco, Villa Farnesina, Rome

Holy Family, about 1515, pen and brown ink and black chalk; top left squared in black chalk, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Design for St. Peter’s, red chalk

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texturality:

Sigurd Lewerentz. St. Mark’s Church, Björkhagen, Sweden, 1960. Photo by jmtp ©

texturality:

Sigurd Lewerentz. St. Mark’s Church, Björkhagen, Sweden, 1960. Photo by jmtp ©

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ryanpanos:

Palazzo della Civiltà | Mike Dugenio Hansen | Tumblr

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