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A Nun Surprising a Monk Kissing a Nun in a Church Interior by Richard Cosway, 1785-1800
Étienne-Jules Marey, Falling Cat, 1894
German inventor Joseph Faber’s Talking Machine, known as “Euphonia,” was able to speak sentences in a human if monotone voice. It is “… a speech synthesizer. By pumping air with the bellows … and manipulating a series of plates, chambers, and other apparatus (including an artificial tongue … )”
Anonymous photograph, Thomas Eakins carrying a woman, 1885. Via.
Someone travelled inside me, crossing from one side to the other. I have become his home. Outside, in the black landscape, someone is maintaining that they exist. From his gaze the circle closes around me. Traversed by him inwardly, encircled by him from without — that is my new situation. And I like it.
Unica Zürn, The Man of Jasmine: Impressions from a Mental Illness, 1967, translation by Malcolm Green. Via.
Marie De Régnier photographed by Pierre Louÿs
ca. 1896, post-mortem laureatus / Kimon Loghi
[“water massages as a treatment for ‘hysteria’ (c. 1860)”]
Félicien Rops - ”Narzissmus” ,
aquarelle on paper (ca.1878-1881)
The carotid, subclavian, and axillary arteries
From Quain’s Elements of Anatomy by Jones Quain and Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schäfer, 1892
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