Things in the Drawer

Old drawers have the power of turning the smallest things into treasures. Inside them, what once was a piece of 'everyday' becomes a portion of life and past. Aiming high , I hope 'Things in the drawer' will someday become that to you and me.
(Current obsession: Game of Thrones)


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Power O’Malley: Beware the Beautiful Witch, 1913.

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Power O’Malley: Beware the Beautiful Witch, 1913.

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Silvaris:
Keiths tower , Scotland by Mel Stephens

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Silvaris:

Keiths tower , Scotland by Mel Stephens

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Artus Scheiner

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Artus Scheiner

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— Richard Longmore
Knight of Sommerland

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Richard Longmore

Knight of Sommerland

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Arthur Rackham illustration

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Arthur Rackham illustration

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"Saint Cecilia" (1895) (detail) by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917).

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"Saint Cecilia" (1895) (detail) by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917).

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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo - Abraham and the Three Angels (first half of 18th century)

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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo - Abraham and the Three Angels (first half of 18th century)

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John William Waterhouse (1849-1910)Ophelia, 1910

pre-raphaelisms:

John William Waterhouse (1849-1910)
Ophelia, 1910

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In there she was Arya of Winterfell, the daughter of Lord Eddard Stark and Lady Catelyn, who had once had brothers named Robb and Bran and Rickon, a sister named Sansa, a direwolf called Nymeria, a half brother named Jon Snow. In there she was someone…

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Study by J. W. Waterhouse. Plate from The Studio; (1908). Published Leicester Square, London

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Study by J. W. Waterhouse. Plate from The Studio; (1908). Published Leicester Square, London

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Sir Frank Dicksee - Paolo and Francesca

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Diana the Huntress - Guillaume Seignac

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Diana the Huntress - Guillaume Seignac

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