Lamia (detail) by Herbert James Draper (1863-1920)
oil on canvas, 1909

In ancient Greek mythology, Lamia was a beautiful queen of Libya who became a child-eating daemon. Aristophanes claimed her name derived from the Greek word for gullet, referring to her habit of devouring children. x
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~   Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass  (via nofatnowhip)

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Spanish Dance. George Percy Jacomb-Hood (English, 1857-1929). Oil on canvas. Alfred East Art Gallery.
Jacomb-Hood won a scholarship at the Slade School, and subsequently worked in Paris under J.P. Laurens. He then returned to England, making his base in London with a studio in Fulham. From 1877 he exhibited at the Royal Academy, and he also showed work at the Paris Salon and elsewhere. He was an original member of the New English Art Club.
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Fantastic workspace submission by Wayne Tang.

My SOHO workstation comprising Porada maple wood desk, Herman Miller Aeron chair, Louis Poulsen AJ lamp and 13” MacBook Air levitating on a Rain Design Mstand.
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~   Hoping there’s a message from you.

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at Polly Morgan’s studio, London by Kasia Bobula on Flickr.
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Estou com você, todos os dias, nem que seja somente em pensamento. ∞
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Opaque  by  andbamnan