Falling Star (1884) By Witold Pruszkowski

“Surely the stars are images of love.” – Philip James Bailey.

Does this mean a falling star is falling in love? hmmm Also, you can kind of see boobs. haha!

Falling Star (1884) By Witold Pruszkowski

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The Edge of Doom (19th Century) By Samuel Colman

“And, when you, looking on your fellow men behold them doomed to endless misery, How can you talk of joy and rapture then? May God withhold such cruel joy from me!” – Anne Brontë, in “A Word to the Calvinists” (1843)

The Edge of Doom (19th Century) By Samuel Colman

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Ship of Fools (2009) By Thomas Bühler

The ‘Ship of Fools’ is an allegory by Plato. It is a slightly common theme in media. The allegory is intended to represent the problems of governance prevailing in a political system not based on expert knowledge. For more information read the Ships Of Fools Wikipedia Page.

Ship of Fools (2009) By Thomas Bühler

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Catching Waves (19th Century) By Paul Albert Laurens

Two naked women playing at the beach. Hope they don’t get too much sand in … places. They are definitely going to catch that next waves; even though they don’t look ready for it.

Catching Waves (19th Century) By Paul Albert Laurens

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