Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581
This painting depicts the historical 16th century story of Ivan the Terrible mortally wounding his son in Ivan in a fit of rage. By far the most psychologically intense of Repin’s paintings, the Emperor’s face is fraught with terror, as his son lay quietly dying in his arms, blood dripping down the side of his face.
This is my favorite painting ever and I hereby vow to always share it whenever I come across it.
I have seen this painting in Moscow. It’s absolutely breathtaking in person. So grotesquely beautiful.
His eyes are haunting
whoops I answered an ask privately when I didn’t mean to
CAN’T DO ANYTHING RIGHT FOR THIS BLOGUE
oodles of vanis from unknown months ago
none of which made me happy
Surprise! It’s Mahdat.
A no doubt intensely inaccurate drawing of the immensely talented Oxgall’s character Aram.
I know very little about him except I think he kills his hot sister.
Also the red has no bearing whatsoever on anything, I just wanted to add something to make the picture look less incomplete.
This is based loosely on a sketch of him with a beard.
This is a lot of explanation for fan art.
LOTS OF SCREAMING
reblogue dis here too omg fanart look how pretty, thank u mandromeda aaa
omg wat a day
the freedom to draw angry ladies looking to the left
it’s been a while since I drew an OC for the sake of drawing them
Surnames are just as important as given names. So, I compiled a list of the websites I use to find my surnames.
- English Surnames
- Dutch Surnames
- Spanish Surnames
- Scottish Surnames
- German Surnames
- Italian Surnames
- Irish Surnames
- French Surnames
- Scandinavian Surnames
- Welsh Surnames
- Jewish Surnames
- Surnames By Ethnicity
- Most Common Surnames in the USA
- Most Common Surnames in Great Britan
- Most Common Surnames in Asia
For whoever needs these.