Art History papers in a nutshell
“More innocuously, images could define a salutary starting point, an initiatory terminus for the journey to verbal theology or else the anagogical destination of pure, even apophatic, encounter with the divine.”
The ability for art history papers to be fucking bloody pretentious amazes me.
Iron Maiden - Wasted Years
John Bauer, Our Fathers’ Godsaga, 1911
Marianne Stokes, Aucassin and Nicolette (n.d.), oil on canvas, 81.3 x 124.5. Via Wikimedia Commons.
I CANT STOP LAUGHING
this will always be my favorite
I have reblogged this 6 times… Sorry not sorry
Fun fact: Gerardus Mercator (the man responsible for the most popular cartographic projection used today) supported the idea that King Arthur conquered Canada, and subsequently laid siege to the magnetic North Pole.
It’s true alcohol kills people, but how many are born because of it?