Lovely Derrière

Jul 24

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jason-langer

inneroptics:

jason-langer

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maudelynn:

Orchard Beach, NY c.1946 by Fred Stein 
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maudelynn:

Orchard Beach, NY c.1946 by Fred Stein 

via www.fredstein.com

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ancientpeoples:

Faience vessel in the form of Eros riding a duck
Probably made in Egypt
c.300-250 BC
Said to be from Tanagra, Greece
This jug is the finest faience vessel surviving from the Hellenistic world. It takes the form of Eros, the Greek god of love, clinging to the neck of a duck on whose back he is riding.
The combination of traditional Egyptian techniques with a purely Greek theme is characteristic of the products of the faience industry at Alexandria. The court of the Ptolemies (the Hellenistic Greek rulers of Egypt) at Alexandria was a great artistic centre. It became the focus for cultural exchange between the Greek and Egyptian worlds and their distinctive artistic traditions.
Source: British Museum 

ancientpeoples:

Faience vessel in the form of Eros riding a duck

Probably made in Egypt

c.300-250 BC

Said to be from Tanagra, Greece

This jug is the finest faience vessel surviving from the Hellenistic world. It takes the form of Eros, the Greek god of love, clinging to the neck of a duck on whose back he is riding.

The combination of traditional Egyptian techniques with a purely Greek theme is characteristic of the products of the faience industry at Alexandria. The court of the Ptolemies (the Hellenistic Greek rulers of Egypt) at Alexandria was a great artistic centre. It became the focus for cultural exchange between the Greek and Egyptian worlds and their distinctive artistic traditions.

Source: British Museum 

nolafoodporn:

Pato Tacos with Peking duck confit, caramelized sweet onion and fresh pineapple melon salsa from Mizado Cocina

nolafoodporn:

Pato Tacos with Peking duck confit, caramelized sweet onion and fresh pineapple melon salsa from Mizado Cocina

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