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Franz von Stuck: Ludwig van Beethoven - Pictify - your social art network

Franz von Stuck: Ludwig van Beethoven - Pictify - your social art network

Garrets and Pretenders by Albert Parry  Hailed as 'thoroughly fascinating' and 'an excellent account' by The New York Times, this chronicle recaptures the vibrantly eccentric lifestyles of generations of free-spirited Americans. Its evocative profiles range from Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman, and Ambrose Bierce to lesser-known nonconformists and iconoclasts. Hoboes, starving poets, suffragettes, and artists' models populate these pages, forming a bustling panoply of...

Garrets and Pretenders

Garrets and Pretenders by Albert Parry Hailed as 'thoroughly fascinating' and 'an excellent account' by The New York Times, this chronicle recaptures the vibrantly eccentric lifestyles of generations of free-spirited Americans. Its evocative profiles range from Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman, and Ambrose Bierce to lesser-known nonconformists and iconoclasts. Hoboes, starving poets, suffragettes, and artists' models populate these pages, forming a bustling panoply of...

Beethoven by ~BlackArmBurt on deviantART

Beethoven by ~BlackArmBurt on deviantART

Ludwig Van Beethoven Art poster pop art novikova

Ludwig Van Beethoven Art poster pop art novikova

Ludwig Van Beethoven Portrait Musical Pop Art Painting Print Poster by Svetlana Novikova

Letters of Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson  Only five of Emily Dickinson's poems were published while she lived; today, approximately 1,500 are in print. Dickinson's poetry reflects the power of her contemplative gifts, and her deep sensitivity courses through her correspondence as well. Lovingly compiled by a close friend, this first collection of Dickinson's letters originally appeared in 1894, only eight years after the poet's death. Although she grew reclusive in her later...

Letters of Emily Dickinson

Letters of Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson Only five of Emily Dickinson's poems were published while she lived; today, approximately 1,500 are in print. Dickinson's poetry reflects the power of her contemplative gifts, and her deep sensitivity courses through her correspondence as well. Lovingly compiled by a close friend, this first collection of Dickinson's letters originally appeared in 1894, only eight years after the poet's death. Although she grew reclusive in her later...

Complete Essays by Francis Bacon  Wise, witty, and immensely readable, these short but thought-provoking discourses examine life, death, and everything in between: truth, adversity, love, superstition, health, ambition, fame, and many other timeless topics. Francis Bacon—renowned as a scientist, scholar, and statesman—regarded the world as a puzzle to be solved. During the transition between the Renaissance and the early modern era, his methods of inductive reasoning exercised...

Complete Essays

Francis Bacon on Studies: “Reading Maketh a Full Man; Conference a Ready Man; Writing an Exact Man” “Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider.

Beethoven:Cello Sonata No.3/Yo-Yo Ma & Emanuel Ax   Yo-Yo Ma and Beethoven !!! cant get more amazing. (beginning of the 3rd movement..... painfully beautiful)

Beethoven:Cello Sonata Ma & Emanuel Ax Yo-Yo Ma and Beethoven !

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