Eye movements made by subjects while examining I. E. Repin’s painting “An Unexpected Visitor”, with different questions in mind
In the 18th and 19th centuries, wealthy British and European lovers exchanged eye miniatures, love tokens that captured the gaze of the recipients significant other. They were worn on the lapel as to be close to the heart.
Less than 1,000 are thought to exist, often both the owner of the piece and the subject within it are never identified.
19th century lithographer Charles Joseph Hullmandel transformed the alphabet into a series of sweeping landscapes.
the netherlands are renowned connoisseurs of the tulip world, amongst other things of course, and belgian photographer bruxelles5 has captured
the polychromatic beauty of the vast tulip fields that bloom every year between march and may. annually in spring, the dutch countryside morphs
into a sea of color, these particular images taken in the former municipality of anna paulowna in north holland from a small prop plane.
the images corroborate the sheer magnificence of nature through photography.