Artemis Dreaming

Aug 31


I have found a truth

Say not, “i have found the truth,” but rather, “i have found a truth.”
Say not, “i have found the path of the soul.” say rather, “i have met the soul walking upon my path.”
For the soul walks upon all paths.
The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed.
The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.

~Khalil Gibran, The Prophet 
  Image: Flow of life  Khalil Gibran


I have found a truth


Say not, “i have found the truth,” but rather, “i have found a truth.”

Say not, “i have found the path of the soul.” say rather, “i have met the soul walking upon my path.”

For the soul walks upon all paths.

The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed.

The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.


~Khalil Gibran, The Prophet 

  Image: Flow of life  Khalil Gibran


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The Summit, 1925, Watercolor and pencil on paper, Telfair Museum
Kahlil Gibran  (American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

The Summit, 1925, Watercolor and pencil on paper, Telfair Museum

Kahlil Gibran  (American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)


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“We live only to discover beauty. All else is a form of waiting.” —

Kahlil Gibran, from Sand and Foam


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The Triad-Being descending towards the Mother-Sea, 1923, Watercolour, State Library of New South Wales
Kahlil Gibran 

The Triad-Being descending towards the Mother-Sea, 1923, Watercolour, State Library of New South Wales

Kahlil Gibran 


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Kahlil Gibran (American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)
The Flame
American, 20th century
Watercolor over graphite on cream card, 35.3 x 27 cm (13 7/8 x 10 5/8 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.46 (harvardartmuseums.org)

Kahlil Gibran (American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

The Flame

American, 20th century

Watercolor over graphite on cream card, 35.3 x 27 cm (13 7/8 x 10 5/8 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.46 (harvardartmuseums.org)


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Man in Search of Existence, 1920
Kahlil Gibran

Man in Search of Existence, 1920

Kahlil Gibran


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“Do not the spirits who dwell in the ether envy man his pain?” —

Kahlil Gibran, from Sand and Foam


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Comforting Angel, 1904, Pencil, State Library of New South Wales
Kahlil Gibran

Comforting Angel, 1904, Pencil, State Library of New South Wales

Kahlil Gibran


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Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)
The Slave, 1920
American, 20th century
Graphite on dark cream laid paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.48 (harvardartmuseums.org)

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

The Slave, 1920

American, 20th century

Graphite on dark cream laid paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.48 (harvardartmuseums.org)


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Sketch for Jesus the Son of Man, 1923
Kahlil Gibran (Lebanese, Bsharri 1883–1931 New York)

Sketch for Jesus the Son of Man, 1923

Kahlil Gibran (Lebanese, Bsharri 1883–1931 New York)


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The Ages of Women, 1910
Kahlil Gibran

The Ages of Women, 1910

Kahlil Gibran


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Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)
And the Lamb prayed in his heart, 1920
American, 20th century
Graphite on dark cream wove paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.47 (harvardartmuseums.org)

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

And the Lamb prayed in his heart, 1920

American, 20th century

Graphite on dark cream wove paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.47 (harvardartmuseums.org)


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Aug 30

L’Eternelle Idole, Musée Rodin
August Rodin   (via: zphoto.fr)

L’Eternelle Idole, Musée Rodin

August Rodin   (via: zphoto.fr)


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The Thinker, 1902
Auguste Rodin (via: intercollegiatereview.com)

The Thinker, 1902

Auguste Rodin (via: intercollegiatereview.com)


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Femme nue agenouillée vers la droite (Nude women kneeling to the right), 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin
Auguste Rodin 

Femme nue agenouillée vers la droite (Nude women kneeling to the right), 4e quart 19e siècle ; 1er quart 20e siècle, Musée Rodin

Auguste Rodin 


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