j w m

Admin Smuttyfairy’s updated fic recs!

So it’s been quite a while since I last made a fic recs page. I’ve made this for any of my lovely, curious followers to catch a glimpse (probs more than that) in the kind of trash person I am and what I read (mostly JK w/ a mix of sunshine line & some RM & SG based on others’ recs). 

Also made this for myself just as a reference back to what I’ve read and what I plan on reading~

Anyway, I encourage you all to check out the few writers I have posted here if you haven’t already! 

** = indicates favorites!

Keep reading

imagine having a snap streak with your tc, where the majority of the time you’re sending each other goofy selfies and while in their class, you send candid photos of each other.


J. M. W. Turner (c. 1775-1851)

Born Joseph Mallord William Turner, this artist suffered many family hardships during his young life. The death of a sister and the institutionalization of his mother, Turner was sent to his uncle to be raised. On a happier note, it was during these times in his young life which his interest in art grew. His family - what little of it he had - supported his artistic endeavours, and when he was just fourteen years old, he was accepted into the Royal Academy of Art.

Turner was quite the prodigy. Exhibiting his work just after a year of study, he continued entering his paintings into successful exhibitions. He became a master in both watercolour and oil medium. Travelling all around Europe, J. M. W. Turner was not just a well-known name in London.

His works are absolutely gorgeous. There are few landscape artists that create paintings so striking as his. The way he works the paint to give the land such airy, cloudy, and atmospheric feel required an immense talent. He often painted destroyed landscapes, such as shipwrecks and even the 1834 Burning of Parliament. Capturing often naturally violent scenes, Turner clearly understood the effects of lighting. This understanding clearly shows itself in his later works, which became more impressionistic and held less focus on the subject matter itself. Colour and lighting help priority and is exactly what sets Turner’s art apart from many other painters of the time.

It’s difficult picking a favourite piece by Turner, but I feel these above, Modern Rome (Campo Vacino) and Snow Storm: Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouth (1842), illustrate the specific style he incorporated during his whole artistic career.

Requested by @kunorodon

Roots of modern art - painters
  • Romanticism (Francisco de Goya, J. M. W. Turner, Eugène Delacroix)
  • Realism (Gustave Courbet, Camille Corot, Jean-François Millet)
  • Impressionism (Edgar Degas, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Alfred Sisley)
  • Post-impressionism (Georges Seurat, Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Henri-Jean Guillaume Martin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Rousseau)
  • Symbolism (Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, James Ensor)
  • Les Nabis (Pierre Bonnard, Édouard Vuillard, Félix Vallotton)

Europe’s map with the most famous painting of each country

 (from Reddit)

From Comments:

  1. Albania: Holy Mary holding Baby Jesus in her right arm
  2. Andorra: Apse fresco of Sant Miquel d'Engolasters church
  3. Austria: The Kiss by Gustav Klimt
  4. Belarus: The Fiddler by Marc Chagall
  5. Belgium: The Son of Man by René Magritte
  6. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Mountain landscape by Karlo Mijić
  7. Bulgaria: Rachenitsa Dance by Ivan Mrkvička
  8. Croatia: Roman Woman Playing A Lute by Vjekoslav Karas
  9. Cyprus: Couple by Stelois Votsis
  10. Czech Republic: The Absinthe Drinker by Viktor Oliva
  11. Denmark: The Little Mermaid
  12. Estonia: Half Nude in Striped Skirt by Adamson-Eric
  13. Finland: The Wounded Angel by Hugo Simberg
  14. France: Sunrise by Claude Monet
  15. Germany: Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog by Caspar David Friedrich
  16. Greece: Venus de Milo
  17. Hungary: The Old Fisherman by Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka
  18. Iceland: Thingvellir by Thorarinn B. Thorlaksson
  19. Ireland: Three Studies of Lucian Freud by Francis Bacon
  20. Italy: Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
  21. Latvia: After Church by Janis Rozentāls
  22. Lithuania: Tale of the Kings by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis
  23. Luxembourg: Moselle at Greiveldange with Stadtbredimus by Nico Clopp
  24. Macedonia: Paris Psalter
  25. Moldova: The Girls From Ciadar Lunga by Mihai Grecu
  26. Montenegro: Our Lady of Philermos
  27. Netherlands: The Girl with Pearl Earrings by Johannes Vermeer
  28. Norway: The Scream by Edward Munch
  29. Poland: Rejtan by Jan Matejko
  30. Portugal: Fado by José Malhoa
  31. Romania: Car Cu Boi by Nicolae Grigorescu
  32. Russia: Golden Autumn by Isaac Levitan
  33. Serbia: The Wounded Montenegrin by Paja Jovanović
  34. Slovakia: Work by Albin Brunovsky
  35. Slovenia: Pomlad (Spring) by Ivan Grohar
  36. Spain: Guernica by Pablo Picasso
  37. Sweden: Breakfast Under the Big Birch Tree by Carl Larsson
  38. Switzerland: The Walking Man by Alberto Giacometti
  39. Turkey: The Tortoise Trainer by Osman Hamdi Bey
  40. Ukraine: Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks by Ilya Repin
  41. United Kingdom: The Fighting Temeraire by J. M. W. Turner
  42. Vatican City: Creation of Adam by Michelangelo

a couple that got extremely rich by doing illegal stuff and now traveling over the entire world 1st class and sleeping in expensive hotels under false id’s, smoking weed and having sex in every corner of the room and police trying to catch them so they die their hair a lot and don’t call each other by their real names in public. and basically just a lot of bad ass stuff.