1. "Women are considered fragile but I’ve never seen anything as easily wounded as a man’s ego"
    — (via fromkathywithlove)

    (Source: no-datee, via theashleyclements)

  2. likeafieldmouse:

    Gustav Klimt

    1. The Large Poplar Tree II, or Coming Storm (1903)

    2. The Swamp (1900)

    (via thesoulselects)

  3. Confessions of a lazy and ever so non-athletic city dweller.

    (Source: fifthharmony, via ablogwithaview)

  4. Just some awesome furniture from the Gulbenkian. <3

    Commode, Jean Deforges, v. 1750, bâti en chêne plaqué d’ébène; panneaux de laques japonaises, bronze, marbre.

  5. Hubert Robert, “Scene in a park”

    18th century, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon. 

  6. Renoir, “Portrait of Madame Claude Monet” 1874

    Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.

  7. "A lady and a child asleep in a punt under a willow"

    John Singer Sargent, 1887. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.

  8. Henri Fantin-Latour’s cherries.

    "La Table Garnie" 1886, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.

  9. german-expressionists:

    Edvard Munch, The Day After, 1894-1895 

    (via suicideblonde)

  10. Bitches get stuff done!

    (Source: lemonclanarchive, via theashleyclements)