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Jeanne Tripier (French, 1869-1944)
In 1934, Jeanne Tripier was diagnosed with “chronic hallucinatory psychosis, psychic excitation, logorrhea, and megalomania.” She was institutionalized near Paris, where she used the tools at her disposal to create art: hair dye, pharmaceuticals, ink, and nail polish. She considered herself a spiritual medium, able to conduct messages from Lucifer and Joan of Arc.


Behind Enemy Lines, 1941 Dmitrii Baltermants

bartleby-company:

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 “A Week of Kindness” - Max Ernst, 1934

remniscent:

Philae, Temple of Isis


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(1962)


lostsplendor:

Kenyan woman and chevrotain, Mombassa c. 1909 via imgur.com

jomobimo:

n115_w1150 by BioDivLibrary on Flickr.
Our Birds in Home and Garden, 1869

unbearabilityofbeauty:

Woodcut depicting a Haunting in Stamford Connecticut {c.1692}

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