143 cm

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John Martin (1789–1854, England)

Dramatic landscapes 2

John Martin was an English Romantic painter and one of the most popular artists of his day. He was celebrated for his typically vast and melodramatic paintings of religious subjects and fantastic compositions, populated with minute figures placed in imposing landscapes. His dramatic and subjective style of composition was in stark contrast to the emerging schools of naturalism and realism, which led his work to fall out of critical favour soon after his death, however a revival in interest has occured towards the end of the 20th century, and now his major works are popular pieces of many museum’s collections.

Annette Schwarz

  • Also known as: Annete Schwartz, Annette Swartz, Anette, Annette Schwartz, Annette, Annetta Schwarz
  • Birthday: March 26, 1984
  • Astrology: Aries
  • Birthplace: Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
  • Career started: 2003
  • Career ended: 2014
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Nationality: German
  • Eye color: Blue
  • Hair color: Blond
  • Height: 5 feet, 11 inches (180 cm)
  • Weight: 143 lbs (65 kg)
  • Measurements: 34C-26-40
  • Boobs: Natural
  • Tattoos: Lower back
  • Piercings: Navel, Clithood
  • Anal: Yes
  • Websites: Twitter
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Francisco Goya’s Black Paintings

1. Saturn Devouring his Son, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 143 x 81 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

2. The Dog, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 131.5 x 79.3 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

3. Two Old Men Eating Soup, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 49.3 x 83.4 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

4. Judith and Holofernes, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 143.5 x 81.4 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

5. Two Old Men, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 146 x 66 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

6. The Fates, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 123 x 266 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

7. Fight with Cudgels, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 123 x 266 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

8. Witches’ Sabbath, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 140 x 438 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

9. Fantastic Vision, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 125.4 x 65.4 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

10. Man Mocked by Two Women, 1819-23, oil mural transferred to canvas, 125.4 x 65.4 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Source

Here is a selection of works from Goya’s famous ‘Black Paintings’ series, which consists of fourteen murals that were painted directly onto the walls of the Quinta del Sordo house in Madrid, where the artist lived between 1819 and 1823. They have since been removed, transferred to canvases, and become part of the Museo del Prado’s collection.

The series is pretty dark, to say the least. It is rife with themes of witchcraft, insanity, violence and death’s inevitability. My personal favourite is Saturn Devouring his Son, which is based on the story of Saturn’s Greek counterpart, Cronus, and how he ate his sons after hearing that they would eventually overthrow him. However, Saturn/Cronus was tricked by Rhea into swallowing a stone instead of one of his children. This son, of whom Rhea was the mother, was Zeus, and he would eventually have Cronus and the other titans imprisoned. Goya’s depiction is deliciously gory and terrifying. Saturn’s face is enough to give you nightmares!

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Fujiwara Takanobu (1142-1205) - 1179 Portrait of Yoritomo (Kyoto National Museum, Japan) by Milton Sonn

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<br />Scroll, color on silk;    143 x 112.8 cm.

Fujiwara Takanobu (Japanese: 藤原 隆信) (1142–1205) was one of the leading Japanese portrait artists of his day.

Takanobu was born in Kyoto, and was the half-brother of Fujiwara Sadaie, one of Japan’s greatest poets. Takanobu specialized in nise-e (“likeness picture”) portraits, except instead of painting on small-size paper Takanobu painted on scrolls over a meter in height and width. Only three of his works have survived, the most notable is of Minamoto Yoritomo, the founder of the Kamakura government. Takanobu’s son Nobuzane carried on the family tradition of painting.

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This Is An Important Post!

This post will blow your mind like no others have before! Come quick, if you don’t read this post in the next five minutes you will wake up in the middle of the night and ask yourself what have I done with my life!

Now that I have your full attention it is time to talk about the most important topic this fandom can possibly give you.

Dicks

It is a crime that no one has even tried to give a length of our guys penises here, like seriously what is there to life if we have no idea what’s in those pants!? It is scientifically important to know what is exactly dangling between those legs.

The average height of Japanese men are about 5′7′’ (175 cm) and the length of a man’s penis is of 7% to 10% of body length. So in this process I will be going with an average of 8.5% for all calculations. So for example if we take the average Japanese men’s height of 175 cm x 8.5% we get 14.875 cm = 5.86 inches. So the average Japanese penis length would be 5.86 inches long and we all know that for some reason our Psycho-Pass men are pretty much taller than average.

Now after doing the important calculations allow me to list below the length of our men and I even took on the liberty of calculating their thickness (girth) aren’t I just swell. 

Of course take into account that the make penis can measure from 7 to 10% of his body length and these calculations are simply based average at 8.5%. They could be less or more than the estimation but you get the general idea. Go ahead and have some fun with this information :3

Choe Gu-Sung is an asshole I have no idea what is his height. It is listed as unknown so I’ve got to skip this one.


Kagari (Height: 5′5′’ 165 cm, Weight: 117 lbs 53 kg)

Penis length: 14.025 cm (5.52 inches), Thickness: 11.3792 cm (4.48 inches)


Masaoka (Height: 5′9′’ 175 cm, Weight: 191 lbs 87 kg)

Penis length: 14.875 cm (5.86 inches), Thickness: 12.065 cm (4.75)


Kougami (Height: 5′11′’ 180 cm, Weight: 145 lbs 66 kg)

Penis length: 15.3 cm (6.02 inches), Thickness: 12.3952 cm (4.88 inches)


Sasayama (Height: 5′11′’ 180 cm, Weight: Unknown)

Penis length: 15.3 cm (6.02 inches), Thickness: 12.3952 cm (4.88 inches)


Makishima  (Height: 5′11′’ 180 cm, Weight: 143 lbs 65 kg)

Penis length: 15.3 cm (6.02 inches), Thickness: 12.3952 cm (4.88 inches)


Saiga (Height: 5′10′’ 178 cm, Weight: 153 lbs (69.7 kg)

Penis length: 15.13 cm (5.96 inches), Thickness: 12.2682 cm (4.83 inches)


Tougane (Height: 5′11′’ 180 cm, Weight: 145 lbs 66 kg)

Penis length: 15.3 cm (6.02 inches), Thickness: 12.3952 cm (4.88 inches)

Cross that Tougane has no dick. His mother thought he didn’t need one so she gave him the small dick she could fabricate. A micropenis.


Sugo (Height: 5′11′’ 180 cm, Weight: 151 lbs 68.8 kg)

Penis length: 15.3 cm (6.02 inches), Thickness: 12.3952 cm (4.88 inches)


Hinakawa  (Height: 5′9′’ 175 cm, Weight: 121 lbs 55 kg)

Penis length: 14.875 cm (5.86 inches), Thickness: 12.065 cm (4.75 inches)


Ginoza  (Height: 6′0′’ 183 cm, Weight: 136 lbs 62 kg)

Penis length: 15.555 cm (6.12 inches), Thickness: 12.5984 cm (4.96 inches)


This brings end to the long list. Do keep in mind that this is only an average estimation calculated if the men’s penis is 8.5% the length of their body.

If Kou’s penis was at a lets say 10% his body length, his penis would be 18 cm (7.09 inches) with a girth of 5.67 inches.

So this ends the average and you get the idea. If this information is not clear enough and you wish more calculations of different percentage don’t be shy to ask me. It’s all in the name of science here.

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Albert von Keller (1844–1920, Germany)

Figures and scenes

Keller was a German historical and genre painter, popular in his time as a society portraitist. Over his fairly long life, unlike a lot of artists who found their style at odds with modernistic trends, he appears to have adapted quite easily to the altering artistic priorities at the end of the 19th Century. In some of his work can be found elements of symbolism and expressionism.