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allenhjohnson:

"Mondaufgang am Grunewaldsee (Mondlandschaft) [Moonrise at Grunewald Lake (Lunar Landscape)]" • Ury Lesser • 1896

allenhjohnson:

"Mondaufgang am Grunewaldsee (Mondlandschaft) [Moonrise at Grunewald Lake (Lunar Landscape)]" • Ury Lesser • 1896

fleurdulys:

The After Glow - Frederic Edwin Church
1867

fleurdulys:

The After Glow - Frederic Edwin Church

1867

odrazy:

Twilight: Mount Desert Island, Maine by Frederic Edwin Church (1865)
Oil on canvas, 79.5 x 123 cm 

odrazy:

Twilight: Mount Desert Island, Maine by Frederic Edwin Church (1865)

Oil on canvas, 79.5 x 123 cm 

1910-again:

Frederic Edwin Church, Moonrise (also known as The Rising Moon) 1865

1910-again:

Frederic Edwin Church, Moonrise (also known as The Rising Moon) 1865

dahlium:

Frederic Edwin Church
Moonrise (1889)

dahlium:

Frederic Edwin Church

Moonrise (1889)

nemfrog:

Aurora borealis over Mt. Desert Island observed from Bar Harbor, Maine. September 1860. Frederic Edwin Church.

nemfrog:

Aurora borealis over Mt. Desert Island observed from Bar Harbor, Maine. September 1860. Frederic Edwin Church.

beyond-the-canvas:

John William Waterhouse, Pandora. 1898, oil on canvas. Private collection.

beyond-the-canvas:

John William Waterhouse, Pandora. 1898, oil on canvas. Private collection.

transistoradio:

William Michael Harnett (1848-1892), The Last Rose of Summer (1886), oil on canvas, 50.8 x 61 cm. Collection of Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Via Wikimedia Commons.

transistoradio:

William Michael Harnett (1848-1892), The Last Rose of Summer (1886), oil on canvas, 50.8 x 61 cm. Collection of Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Via Wikimedia Commons.

Namen - Names in Germany

willkommen-in-germany:

Personal names in Germany consist of one or several given names (Vornamen) and a surname (Nachname, Familienname) The Vorname is usually gender-specific and cited in the order of first name + surname, unless it occurs in a list of surnames (“Bach, Johann Sebastian”). Women traditionally adopted…