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John Russell Pope: Competition Proposal for Lincoln Monument (1912); Pope’s firm designed the National Archives and Records Administration building (1935), the Jefferson Memorial (1943) and the West Building of the National Gallery of Art (1941).
Jack Kirby (pencils) & Mike Royer (inks): Captain America #214 (October, 1977) (source)
In a 2014 study, Tanya Luhrmann found that when people hear voices in their heads, the personae and tone of those voices are shaped by culture; in the United States, the voices are threatening and severe, but in Africa and … Continue reading
“In the Spring of 1950, Francine Weisweiller invited…Jean Cocteau to the villa for dinner and basically he and his handsome boyfriend…Edouard Dermit ended up moving in and staying for 13 years….Cocteau offered to do a drawing over the fireplace in … Continue reading
Lev Vladimirovich Rudnev: City of the Future (1927)
Hans Thoma: Wondrous Birds (1892) W. W. Denslow: Illustration from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900)
Ivan Bilibin: Vasilisa the Beautiful (1899)