indigodreams:

Edward Reginald Frampton , “Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make, Nor Iron Bars a Cage”
elpasha71:

Harald Sohlberg (Norwegian, 1869-1935) - Country Road, 1912. Oil on canvas
lawrenceleemagnuson:
Félix Vallotton (1865-1925) FAMILLE D’ARBRES (1922)oil on canvas 100 x 73 cm
lilacsinthedooryard:

Heinrich Vogeler
1900
aurosanlo:

DIEGO RIVERA
Melancholy Promenade, 1904.

Granville Redmond (1871-1935), Solitude.

"A soft rain began.
It fell on the shoulders
of my upturned coat,
wet my face, my hair,
I could hear it falling
through the tough, hard
oaks and beeches,
the late autumn leaves
still stubborn on the trees,
sounding like birdshot,
or grains of sand
steadily, finely pouring.
And I thought suddenly
how I wanted to forget you,
forget everything,
that moment
go utterly blank,
so that I could
come back
and remember it
all from the start
to that waiting,
alone in the fresh,
cold night
and the rain
ticking, ticking."

- Deborah Pope, closing lines to “Leaving,” from Mortal World (Louisiana State University Press, 1995)

inland-delta:

Alexei Utkin, Summerhouse in the Park, 1910
magictransistor:

Suchow star chart rubbing; Stone carving by Huang Shang (皇尚), rubbing by unknown, China, c. 1826.

Wynn Chamberlain, Interior Late August, 1955