Surrealism Is In

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nickkahler:

Athanasius Kircher, Engraving of the Egyptian Labyrinth, 1670 (via lablab)
"According to the 5th-century BC Greek historian Herodotus, who stated that he himself had seen the building, the Egyptian Labyrinth was a vast structure on the shores of a large lake located seven days’ journey up the Nile from the Pyramids at Giza. The temple was divided into twelve great courts and its walls were covered with sculpture, and a large pyramid decorated with colossal figures was connected to it by a subterranean passage. Herodotus emphatically presents the building as a marvel or wonder (thaumata) that eclipsed the Pyramids at Giza.”

nickkahler:

Athanasius Kircher, Engraving of the Egyptian Labyrinth, 1670 (via lablab)

"According to the 5th-century BC Greek historian Herodotus, who stated that he himself had seen the building, the Egyptian Labyrinth was a vast structure on the shores of a large lake located seven days’ journey up the Nile from the Pyramids at Giza. The temple was divided into twelve great courts and its walls were covered with sculpture, and a large pyramid decorated with colossal figures was connected to it by a subterranean passage. Herodotus emphatically presents the building as a marvel or wonder (thaumata) that eclipsed the Pyramids at Giza.”

(via deltadraconis-deactivated201406)

drakontomalloi:

Vincent van Gogh - Sketch of death’s head moth. 1889

drakontomalloi:

Vincent van Gogh - Sketch of death’s head moth. 1889

transistoradio:

Arshile Gorky, Waterfall (1943), oil on canvas, 113 x 153.7 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate.

transistoradio:

Arshile Gorky, Waterfall (1943), oil on canvas, 113 x 153.7 cm. Collection of Tate, UK. Via Tate.