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Agostino Arrivabene, Orpheus

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The Land of Forgotten Beasts

Book by Barbara Werbsa, illustrated by Margot Tomes, 1964. A lovely story in which a boy who believes only in science comes to a land of mythical beasts who are fading away due to people’s lack of belief in them.

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Mequitta Ahuja

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Mequitta Ahuja

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Gustave Moreau (France, 1826 – 1898), Perseus and Andromeda, c. 1870

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Marina Dieul, Bacchante 3

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Adrienne Stein, Eve of St. John

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Tom Edwards Concepts. Atlantis (Fantastic Realism Landscape)

I will tell you that I have never really been into science fiction. That the most¬†I have ever gotten into it is Philip K Dick or dystopian fiction like We.¬†However, I love science fiction film. And I’m realizing that some … Continue reading

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Albert Pinkham Ryder (American), Dancing Dryads, c. 1879

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William Turner, Undine Giving the Ring to Massaniello, Fisherman of Naples, 1846

“The water nymph Undine was born without a soul. She gains one by marrying a human, but in return has to take on the burdens of the world.” I love Turner but was unaware that he had ever done any … Continue reading

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