Ambrogio Lorenzetti - Architettura urbana (Gli Effetti del Buono Governo in città) - affresco - 1338-1339 - Siena - Palazzo Pubblico, Sala dei Nove o Sala della Pace
Eastern Mediterranean core-formed blue glass amphoriskos. 6th-5th century BC.
heracliteanfire: Glass amphoriskos (perfume bottle) Late 6th–5th century B.C., said to be from Corinth (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
'Petit Intérieur Bleu', 1952 - Matisse
Drinking cup (kylix), the Ambrosius Painter | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Dolphin, Greece, 300 BC-AD 100.
Etruscan bronze mirror c.450 BC MET NYC
"...Time, sweeping through its rounds, gives birth to infinite nights and days..." — Sophocles (Oedipus at Colonus) [Pin credit - A Greek Bronze Mirror, 4th Century B.C.]
thoodleoo: “honestly i don’t think i’ve found a single depiction of a dolphin in ancient art that i don’t like look at guy jammin out on a dolphin. this is a life goal right here ” Wait. Is that an “erotic dolphin”??????