Abz-e art

I'm 18 years old. 18+ (NSFW) All things "F", Love flowers, food, drawing fat girls, and being fantastic. still updating updating..

sequinedseaqueen:

queervashti:

sequinedseaqueen:

sequinedseaqueen:

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Oh and if there is any clocks or anything that don’t have the image you want on them let me know and I’ll put them up right away! 

I would love the self love selfie ones for an iphone case or a tote bag!!! 

"Self love selfie" phone case and tote now available and also own your body throw pillows available now for those asking! <3

gandalf1202:

Pierre Subleyras - Charon Ferrying the Shades [1735-40] on Flickr.
Pierre Subleyras (Saint-Gilles-du-Gard, November 25, 1699 - Rome, May 28, 1749) was a French painter mainly active in Italy. He left France in 1728, having carried off the French Academy’s Garnd Prix, which carried scholarship for study in Rome. Subleyras shows greater individuality in his curious genre pictures, which he produced in considerable number. Exhausted by overwork, Subleyras moved to Naples, but returned to Rome at the end of a few months to die. [Musée du Louvre, Paris - Oil on canvas, 135 x 83 cm]

gandalf1202:

Pierre Subleyras - Charon Ferrying the Shades [1735-40] on Flickr.

Pierre Subleyras (Saint-Gilles-du-Gard, November 25, 1699 - Rome, May 28, 1749) was a French painter mainly active in Italy. He left France in 1728, having carried off the French Academy’s Garnd Prix, which carried scholarship for study in Rome. Subleyras shows greater individuality in his curious genre pictures, which he produced in considerable number. Exhausted by overwork, Subleyras moved to Naples, but returned to Rome at the end of a few months to die.

[Musée du Louvre, Paris - Oil on canvas, 135 x 83 cm]

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