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If you can just stop loving her then you never really loved her at all. Love doesn’t work that way. If you ever truly love someone, then it never goes away. It can become something else. There are all different sorts of love. It can even become hate—a thin line and all that—and, really, hate is just another kind of caring.

—Blakney Francis, Someone I Used to Know  (via deald)

(Source: simply-quotes.net, via fuckyeahsexanddrugs)

PrometheusKyle Staver2012oil on canvas

Prometheus
Kyle Staver
2012
oil on canvas

Diana and Actaeon Triptych
Kyle Staver
2012

ExitDurso2013oil on canvasThis was my painting of nothing and how to make painting nothing interesting.

Exit
Durso
2013
oil on canvas
This was my painting of nothing and how to make painting nothing interesting.

Death of PanDurso2013egg tempera on canvas panel

Death of Pan
Durso
2013
egg tempera on canvas panel

All Roads Lead to Nowhere (top)
Tomorrow Today (bottom)
Jesse Reno

Alte VerbindungenNeo Rauch2008

Alte Verbindungen
Neo Rauch
2008

Salome Painting, Icy BalledRichard Hawkins2012

Salome Painting, Icy Balled
Richard Hawkins
2012

While the Bird Sings CagedDurso2013egg tempera on canvas panel:P none of my paintings for materials and techniques

While the Bird Sings Caged
Durso
2013
egg tempera on canvas panel

:P none of my paintings for materials and techniques

Les Racines (The Roots or Study of a Tree)Vincent van Gogh1882http://vangoghletters.org/vg/letters/let222/letter.html   link to a letter to Theo from van Gogh describing this tree and comparing it to Sorrow and comparing it to a prostitute whom he cared for while he was in the Hague. Van Gogh had once expressed that he saw something like a soul in trees and compared a natural storm to the emotions of the human spirit

Les Racines (The Roots or Study of a Tree)
Vincent van Gogh
1882

http://vangoghletters.org/vg/letters/let222/letter.html  
link to a letter to Theo from van Gogh describing this tree and comparing it to Sorrow and comparing it to a prostitute whom he cared for while he was in the Hague. Van Gogh had once expressed that he saw something like a soul in trees and compared a natural storm to the emotions of the human spirit

Girl in WoodsVincent van Gogh1882

Girl in Woods
Vincent van Gogh
1882