Bon viveur

a-sword-without-a-hilt:

Have a little Greece, because Greece is flipping lovely.

Work of Neil Stevens.

Dean Martin - April in Paris

bofransson:

Snow
Egon Schiele - 1908

bofransson:

Snow

Egon Schiele - 1908

bofransson:

Flowers at the Gardener’s House toward the Northwest (sketch)
Max Liebermann - 1921

bofransson:

Flowers at the Gardener’s House toward the Northwest (sketch)

Max Liebermann - 1921

nataliakoptseva:

Henri Matisse
Moroccan Landscape (Acanthus) 1912

nataliakoptseva:

Henri Matisse

Moroccan Landscape (Acanthus) 1912

f0rtylegz:

~Diebenkorn~  Horizon Ocean View  (1959)

f0rtylegz:

~Diebenkorn~  Horizon Ocean View  (1959)

old-arcadia:

Turville, Buckinghamshire (by Oliver Buxton)

old-arcadia:

Turville, Buckinghamshire (by Oliver Buxton)

nyrbclassics:

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Today, Publishers Weekly posted their Best Summer Books 2014 rundown, and two NYRB Classic translations found their way onto the list: Jean-Patrick Manchette’s The Mad and the Bad, which is translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith and introduced by James Sallis, and Alberto Moravia’s

Μ.Παρασκευη

theparisreview:

“We Americans share more than what divides us.”

For National Library Week, a photographic essay by Robert Dawson on America’s public libraries.