1. of, pertaining to, or resembling wine or grapes.
2. of the colour of red wine.
Etymology: from Late Latin vīnāceus, from Latin vīnum, “wine”.
"1828 Doll" from the Gratitude Train
Favorite Artworks in No Particular Order
The figures of the Renaissance that were inspired by [this sculpture]. The figure twists in space. His legs move to his left. His torso moves to his right. His head moves back toward the left. It’s a figure that twists on itself and is so expressive in the body that you can see why it would be so important to Michelangelo.
Dr. Steven Zucker & Dr. Beth Harris (x)
Nosferatu; roots of the Vampyr Nation
Alex CF 2014
A beautiful ebony study case, detailing the findings of the late Cleric Abramo, in his tireless quest to seek out the source of the Vampyric viral strain, discovered the roots of the Vampyr species - Upir, or Nosferatu, a secretive enclave of ancient creatures. Please visit http://www.merrylinmuseum.com/index/#/nosferatu/ to find out more information.
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Paul Delaroche - La jeune martyre (1854)
Portrait of a Young Woman, Detail.
by Alessandro Allori (Italian, 1535–1607)
Dated: c. 1580s