Art thread? Art thread.
Dump anything you have. extra points if it's politically related.
Is one of my favourite pieces of art, ever. I'm glad to see that /pol/ has good taste.
Jean Gabriel Domergue.
Yeah, the guy in the picture had gone cray and killed his son, and pictured is his reaction once he regains his sense
This one, because to think that the Roman builded it in a way that it survived all this time always blow my mind.
baby first steps
Napoleon emancipating the JOOS.
>>Napoleon Bonaparte of the First French Empire enacted laws that emancipated European jews from old laws restricting them to ghettos, as well as the many laws that limited Jews' rights to property, worship, and careers.
Anti-semetic painting depicts Jews murdering christian children for their blood.
From a polish cathedral
Albrecht Durer's woodblock prints are second to none.
Are we doing just Renaissance or can we post classic American illustration too?
Dude was a master of contrast and lighting
Found this on a website about paintings people made, and whether it's sold or not.