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A Ship in High Seas Caught by a Squall, known as 'The Gust' - Willem van de Velde II

I love this idea for the reception. All though I will add my own personal touch. :)

Gorgeous Laranjeiras Residence in Rio de Janeiro

Amazing Summer House: Laranjeiras Residence by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados- fish net with crystals.

The American Queen on the Ohio River. Photo taken from Paden City Park, WV, July 2012.

The American Queen on the Ohio River. Photo taken from Paden City Park, WV, July Hope to ride this river boat or one like it someday.

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who painted this and how do i get it on my wall?

A Ship on the High Seas Caught by a Squall, Known as ‘The Gust’, Willem van de Velde (II), c.

Old Picture of the Day: Whaling Ship

Today's picture shows an old sailing ship that was used for whaling. The ship was known as the Grayhound. The picture was taken in.

"The Danmark" a 76-year-old tall ship.

The full-rigged ship "Danmark", a tall ship rightly considered to be Denmark's "Nautical Ambassador"


Top Hat Motel neon sign - Jeffrey City, Wyoming Outskirts of the former uranium mining town of Jeffrey City, Wyoming

March 18, 1900: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is robbed. The theft was committed early in the morning of 18th, while Boston was still in the midst of St. Patrick's Day celebrations. It is considered the largest private property theft ever committed, and is still unsolved. 13 pieces of art were stolen, including Rembrandt's "Storm on the Sea of Galilee", shown above. The 14th man in the boat -- the one in blue looking directly at the viewer -- is believed to be a self-portrait of…

"The Storm On The Sea Of Galilee" -- 1633 -- Rembrandt van Rijn -- Dutch -- Oil on canvas -- 1 of 13 works of art (worth a total of 300 million USD) stolen from The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in Whereabouts unknown.