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35 Communist Propaganda Posters Illustrate The Art And Ideology Of Another Time -- Propaganda poster of the 70’s by Boris Parmeev. “We grow under the sun of our country.”

35 Communist Propaganda Posters Illustrate The Art And Ideology Of Another Time -- Propaganda poster of the 70’s by Boris Parmeev. “We grow under the sun of our country.”

Maya Stone Figure, Pacific Slope region Late Preclassic/Protoclassic, ca. 300 B.C-AD. 300 the ''mushroom' stone in the form of the acrobat figure, with legs sharply thrown up and supporting the domed cap on both feet, with squared torso and arms, large squared eyes and wearing a turban knotted on the forehead; in gray-tan basalt. Height: 14 1/2 in (36.8 cm)

Maya Stone Figure, Pacific Slope region Late Preclassic/Protoclassic, ca. 300 B.C-AD. 300 the ''mushroom' stone in the form of the acrobat figure, with legs sharply thrown up and supporting the domed cap on both feet, with squared torso and arms, large squared eyes and wearing a turban knotted on the forehead; in gray-tan basalt. Height: 14 1/2 in (36.8 cm)

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abstract women illustration lines

abstract women illustration lines

neroargento - pozzi e fonti sacre - Serra Niedda Sorso, Nuragic Age, Sardinia

neroargento - pozzi e fonti sacre - Serra Niedda Sorso, Nuragic Age, Sardinia

--The Black Keys

--The Black Keys

CAROLE RABE Dining Room Doorway

CAROLE RABE Dining Room Doorway

Maya - Illustration From Mayan Dresden Codex

Maya - Illustration From Mayan Dresden Codex

Maya Hieroglyphs are carved on the side of a tall stela at the site of Quirigua Guatemala

Maya Hieroglyphs are carved on the side of a tall stela at the site of Quirigua Guatemala

While stone relief panels with this image decorate architectural structures at Tula, capital of the Toltec people in central Mexico, and at the Maya site of Chichén Itzá in Yucatan, this example of carved limestone was apparently found in the northern part of the Mexican state of Veracruz. It depicts a raptor in profile. The head is bent and the impressive bird pecks at a tri-lobed object held in a massive talon. The motif is believed to represent an eagle devouring a human heart. In ancient…

While stone relief panels with this image decorate architectural structures at Tula, capital of the Toltec people in central Mexico, and at the Maya site of Chichén Itzá in Yucatan, this example of carved limestone was apparently found in the northern part of the Mexican state of Veracruz. It depicts a raptor in profile. The head is bent and the impressive bird pecks at a tri-lobed object held in a massive talon. The motif is believed to represent an eagle devouring a human heart. In ancient…