The Sick Bacchus, 1591
The Incredulity of Saint Thomas (Doubting Thomas), 1599
Basket of Fruit, c.1599
Caravaggio (1571-1610) was an Italian painter working during the early Baroque period. He was born in Milan, and studied there before moving to Rome in 1592. Here, he found…
Hello! Amisha (the Mod of FatGirlsDoingThings) here!
A few months ago I saw this picture on Tumblr and I really liked it…it sort of spoke to me because the concept of me deserving the same things and being as equal as everyone else has been a particularly hard one for me to accept, both as a Fat Girl and as a survivor of abuse, so I became really determined to get a version of this tattooed on myself as a symbol of how far I’ve come in my self-love journey and as a reminder that I have inherent worth as a person and I should never forget that!
This is what my tattoo artist and I came up with and I LOVE it! The outline took a little under three hours to complete and the coloring took another three hours…so SIX hours total, which was BRUTAL but totally worth it! I plan on going back to get more flowers added because I was on a budget this time around…but I really love this addition to my body and I hope you do too!
And as always, have a great day, Fat Girls! <3<3
Just found these blueprints from Christine Wetherill Stephenson proposing to expand @philartalliance from spruce to walnut with a theatre in back. Quite the ambitious lady! (at Philadelphia Art Alliance)