Buste d'Auguste avec la couronne triomphale type Forbes, vers 29 avt J.C. #expoauguste #grandpalais

EXPOSITION: « MOI, AUGUSTE: Empereur de Rome » au Grand Palais (Paris) du 19 mars au 13 juillet 2014.

Buste d'Auguste avec la couronne triomphale type Forbes, vers 29 avt J.C. #expoauguste #grandpalais

Kyle John Photography

Kyle John Photography

1000drawings

1000drawings

Laurel leaf Wreath...maybe could do small bay leaves?

Laurel leaf Wreath...maybe could do small bay leaves?

Holding Hands Reference

Holding Hands Reference

Tumblr ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring tiara

Tumblr ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring tiara

« Couronne triomphale » Gravure laser sur la lame d'une « Dague du Gardien des enfers » (réf. D258) : couronne de laurier (graphisme Histophile n° 851) ► http://www.histophile.com/dague-gardien-des-enfers-d258.html

« Couronne triomphale » Gravure laser sur la lame d'une « Dague du Gardien des enfers » (réf. D258) : couronne de laurier (graphisme Histophile n° 851) ► http://www.histophile.com/dague-gardien-des-enfers-d258.html

Vernissage de l'exposition ce soir : "Moi, Auguste: Empereur de Rome"  #expoAuguste au Grand Palais (Paris) du 19 Mars au 13 juillet 2014.

EXPOSITION: « MOI, AUGUSTE: Empereur de Rome » au Grand Palais (Paris) du 19 mars au 13 juillet 2014.

Vernissage de l'exposition ce soir : "Moi, Auguste: Empereur de Rome" #expoAuguste au Grand Palais (Paris) du 19 Mars au 13 juillet 2014.

W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois, American civil rights activist, sociologist, historian, polemicist & editor. He was the 1st African-American to receive a Ph.D. from Harvard & was founder of the NAACP. In his book The Souls of Black Folk, he described Blacks’ “double consciousness” and famously predicted, “The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line.” His writings had enormous influence on civil rights activists & on the fields of Black history & Black studies.

W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois, American civil rights activist, sociologist, historian, polemicist & editor. He was the 1st African-American to receive a Ph.D. from Harvard & was founder of the NAACP. In his book The Souls of Black Folk, he described Blacks’ “double consciousness” and famously predicted, “The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line.” His writings had enormous influence on civil rights activists & on the fields of Black history & Black studies.

From Giotto to Caravaggio at the Musée Jacquemart-André from 27th March – 20th July 2015

From Giotto to Caravaggio at the Musée Jacquemart-André from 27th March – 20th July 2015

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