Originally posted on my daily art display:
A few days ago I featured the art of Samuel Luke Fildes who in his early artistic days was a Social Realist painter. His paintings and illustrations for The Graphic magazine dwelled on the plight of the poor in his native England and what they had to endure. Today I am featuring an American artist of around the same era who wanted to paint pictures of real life in New York City. He is George Wesley Bellows, the American realist painter.
George Bellows was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1882 and after passing through the various school years arrived at Ohio State University at the age of nineteen. It was here that his sports prowess came to the fore and at one time it was thought that he may take up baseball professionally. During his time at the university he funded himself by working as a commercial illustrator. However…
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Originally posted on Wild Places:
Urbex is the acronym for urban exploration and means the photography of urban decay in lost and wild places like abandoned ruins. Often these buildings are entered illegally. But for some of these places it is possible to get a permission for exploration and photography either by booking an organized tour or by direct contact to the owner. I visited three urbex places near Berlin using the following tour operator: go2know.de.
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Originally posted on Excuse My Truths:
Growing up my mother, being the wonderful woman that she is, always told me and my siblings to never use the word hate. “Hate is an ugly word, it’s a strong word. You can never hate someone. Dislike maybe, but never hate.”
Lately I’ve seen people talk about how much they hate or dislike a person. To be honest I use to say this pretty often myself. Whenever I’d get mad at someone or a situation that did not go in my favor I would say, “Ugh, I hate them”. I’ve even told people face-to-face that I hate them. Things like this really upset me. As I look back on the things I did I become upset with myself. Attention was all I wanted from the people that I “hated”.
I’ve come to realize that I don’t hate or dislike people. Personally, I don’t see a point in doing so. The…
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Originally posted on Comportement non-verbal:
Face à des émotions, votre visage “réagit” de plusieurs façons, il en va de soi, des contractions musculaires se produisent formant alors ce qui s’appelle des expressions faciales, c’est alors le premier point de cet article. Mais la seconde partie devrait vous intéresser d’avantage, des réactions physiologiques appelés micro-démengeaisons interviennent pour travestir votre pensée!
Darwin et Duchenne prédécesseur des scientifiques actuels, ont découvert et travaillé longuement sur les expressions faciales, suivit de Silvan_Tomkins dans les années 1960 qui créa une liste de six émotions différentes perceptible sur le faciès, comprenant : l’intérêt (excitation du a l’intérêt), la jouissance (joie), surprise (le sursaut), détresse (angoisse), colère (rage), peur (ou terreur). Cette liste à été retravaillé par le Dr. Ekman, grand psychologue, pionnier dans l’étude des émotions dans leurs relations aux expressions faciales, qui lui s’intéressa après restructuration des études précédentes aux micro-expressions. Des expressions faciales durant moins d’une seconde, difficilement perceptible…
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Originally posted on PERSONOCRATIC SEEDS:
Napoleon talked about freedom in the following way:
“Stupid people, cowardly people, since the continuation of oppression does not give you the necessary energy, since you content yourselves with useless complaints when you could be roaring, since you are millions and you let a dozen children armed with little sticks control you as they wish…
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Originally posted on Cynthia Yildirim's News Weblog:
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About Vikings Television Program on the History Channel on Sunday 8/9c.:“The HISTORY® original series Vikings transports us to the brutal and mysterious world of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), a Viking warrior and farmer who yearns to explore—and raid—the distant shores across the ocean. His ambition puts him at odds with local chieftain Earl Haraldson (Gabriel Byrne), who insists on sending his raiders to the impoverished east rather than the uncharted west. When Ragnar teams up with his boat builder friend Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard) to craft a new generation of intrepid ships capable of conquering the rough northern seas, the stage is set for conflict.
But for all its warfare and bloodshed, Vikings is also a story of family and brotherhood, capturing the love and affection between Ragnar and his wife, Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), a…
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