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Fotografías en blanco y negro que no puedes dejar de mirar.

20 Fotografías que demuestran que el color es lo de menos

Edwin Lord Weeks, Arrival of a Caravan Outside the City of Morocco

Orientalism Art: Edwin Lord Weeks 'Arrival of a Caravan Outside The City of Morocco'

Zoroaster, also known as Zarathustra, is the founder of Zoroastrianism. Though he is known most likely to have been Persian, his birthplace is uncertain. It is now generally thought that he was born in the eastern part of the Iranian Plateau. Many popular religions borrowed from is teachings throughout the centuries, including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, etc.

Persian Prophet Zoroaster:He was a priest in his tribal religion, with which he eventually became disillusioned. Having received a vision, he began teaching that Ahura Mazda was the only God and alone was worthy of worship.

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Evening Sun by Kathleen Dunphy Oil ~ 30 x 40 - Kathleen’s rapid success in the competitive art world was predicted when American Artist Magazine recognized her as one of the Top Ten Emerging Artists in 1998. She is one of those rare people who have true passion, dedication, and a gift for transposing nature’s beauty to the canvas.  Kathleen’s early art education included workshops by Kevin MacPherson and Dan Gerhartz. In 2000, Kathleen was awarded a full scholarship at the prestigious…

Raymarart Painting Competition Finalist Evening Sun by Kathleen Dunphy Oil 30 x 40

This amazing tiny hair clip is also a wrench, a screwdriver and a ruler. Yup I'd want one!

This is no ordinary hair clip

Clippa- Mini tools clip Screw drivers, wrench, trolley coin, ruler & cutting edge, all combined in this tiny hair clip. A multi functional hair clip that doubles as a toolbox on the go! Made of Stainless steel. Pack: 1 unit hairclip) Size: 6 x x / x x in

Benjamin Jean Joseph Constant (1845 - 1902) "The entrance of Mohammed II"

Benjamin Jean Joseph Constant, Entrance of Mohammed II in Constantinople

ottoman painting | What's with ignoring the dancers? Is there some reason the musicians ...

Oriental dancers on a roof terrace sold by Christie's, London, on Wednesday, July 2008