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With love to berries. by © Fisher Photostudio on @creativemarket

With love to berries

With love to berries. by © Fisher Photostudio on

Caravaggio - master of light and shadow.

Jerome Writing, (oil on canvas) (detail of by Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da St. Jerome Doctor of the Church and translator of the bible into Latin; held in the Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy.

Vanitas  (macabre) - A still life. A very, very still life. Simon Renard de St. André (1613 or 1614-1677) was a painter and copperplate engraver born in the 17th century in France. In his lifetime, he was regarded as a highly skilled portraitist. [1] He is remembered today for his vanitas paintings, which contain symbols that remind the viewer of the transcience of life and wealth.

Simon Renard de Saint-André, “Vanitas” Tilted skull, short and unlit candle, hourglass almost empty. All these meaningful objects echo each other as symbols of the ephemeral nature of life.

Philippe de Champaigne's Vanitas (c. 1671) is reduced to three essentials: Life, Death, and Time

Philippe de Champaigne's Vanitas (c. is reduced to three essentials: Life, Death, and Time. From "Memento mori" - Wikipedia.

Tickle me with a feather and make me laugh. If you're lucky enough I might break wind. Shhh but don't tell anybody because its a secret.

Still Life Photography: Shades of White Fine Art Photography White Feather Photo Grey Black and White Vertical Print

Photo du Jour: Lipstick Stains - Feature Shoot

Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers,.

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유 Still Life Brushstrokes 유 Nature Morte Painting by Henk Helmantel