Winged Satyr, Giottino Humbert de Superville (1770–1849),ca. early 1800’s.

(Source: abystle)


Posted on Monday, June 10th at 11:58AM with 138 notes

tagged as: Giottino Humbert de Superville, Dutch Art, art history, satyr,
  1. psychojerk10 reblogged this from courtleymausoleum
  2. angelosoflucifer reblogged this from altare
  3. snivellus-the-physeter reblogged this from deceptapunk
  4. adramelec reblogged this from jayalalita
  5. hikanotatoi reblogged this from abystle
  6. kamasurata reblogged this from abystle and added:
    Are winged satyrs a thing?
  7. nnnvisualdestructionnnn reblogged this from abystle
  8. satyrfornymph reblogged this from abystle
  9. disease-against-the-sun reblogged this from beelzebuttz
  10. beelzebuttz reblogged this from chinesebookie
  11. mistoverthehighlands reblogged this from robertcmmacgregor
  12. robertcmmacgregor reblogged this from abystle
  13. moomoofaerie reblogged this from deceptapunk
  14. themiddlepillar reblogged this from anima8mundi
  15. deceptapunk reblogged this from moomoofaerie
  16. moteconrienda reblogged this from tierradentro
  17. piratedistributing reblogged this from carnalavadhuta and added:
    Winged Satyr, Giottino Humbert de Superville (1770–1849),ca. early 1800’s.
  18. busterhammton reblogged this from pmikos
  19. amotherfuckingwerewolf reblogged this from holy-mountaineering