artemisdreaming:

Noh costume (chôken)
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Japanese, Edo period, 18th century 
JapanDimensions105.4 x 205.8 cm (41 1/2 x 81 1/48 in.)Medium or TechniqueSilk gauze ground with silk and gilt-paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts

artemisdreaming:

Noh costume (chôken)

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Japanese, Edo period, 18th century 

JapanDimensions105.4 x 205.8 cm (41 1/2 x 81 1/48 in.)Medium or TechniqueSilk gauze ground with silk and gilt-paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts

TO BUY STRIPED TEAL LEGGINGS, OR TO NOT BUY STRIPED TEAL LEGGINGS

THAT IS THE QUESTION

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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

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virtual-artifacts:

omnicronceti:

Osiris speaks: “You have been such a dedicated royal scribe, Nakht, that Maat and I are bestowing upon you and your wife Tjuiu, a widescreen HD TV!”
What this actually is: A vignette from the ancient Egytian funerary text known as the Book of the Dead.  The royal scribe Nakht and his wife Tjuiu in their garden worshipping Osiris (seated) and Maat (standing). The humans and deities overlook a pool surrounded by trees (c 1300 BCE).

Osiris, stop it. 

virtual-artifacts:

omnicronceti:

Osiris speaks: “You have been such a dedicated royal scribe, Nakht, that Maat and I are bestowing upon you and your wife Tjuiu, a widescreen HD TV!”

What this actually is: A vignette from the ancient Egytian funerary text known as the Book of the Dead.
The royal scribe Nakht and his wife Tjuiu in their garden worshipping Osiris (seated) and Maat (standing). The humans and deities overlook a pool surrounded by trees (c 1300 BCE).

Osiris, stop it. 

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