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The Reading Girl at the D.C. National Gallery of Art -'The Reading Girl' by Italian sculptor Pietro Magni.  Sculpture shows a fragment of work by the Italian poet and playwright Giovanni Battista Niccolini (1782-1861).

The Reading Girl (La Leggitrice) Pietro Magni model carved 1861 - National Gallery of Art. I have a reading girl statue!

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At the Museum Georg Schäfer, Schweinfurt, Germany: The Bookworm (German: Der Bücherwurm) is an 1850 oil-on-canvas painting by the German painter and poet Carl Spitzweg.

This makes me miss stores like Acres of Books.

Porn for book lovers. Bookshelf Porn celebrates our love of books, libraries, bookstores and bookcases by showcasing the best bookshelf photos from around the world. For people that ❤ bookshelves.

"Cristo Velato" by Giuseppe Sanmartino(1753),situated in Cappella Sansevero in the city of Napoli.

Giuseppe Sanmartino - Cristo Velato (Veiled Christ) Cappella Sansevero, Naples (check out the full sculpture! It's incredible)

Je veux juste vieillir ainsi... Dans une brouette, les cheveux au vent, au bord de l'océan ! :)

When you're seeking a place to rest with a good book, any old chair -- or rusty wheelbarrow -- will do just fine. Of course it never hurts to have a lovely mountain scenery in front of you when you glance up!

Wooden doll with bird. Proverbs 26:2 "As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come."

I've liked the idea of doing art with wooden dolls or manikins. There is just something sweet about the little girl with a chubby yellow bird and a blue dress that makes me think of innocence.

The young girl sits in a rush chair placed on a rough tile floor, suggesting her working-class origins. Her seated position creates a gentle shift reinforcing the feeling of absorption in her reading and calling attention to the fact that she wears a nightgown, which has slipped from  one shoulder to reveal her breast. A single tear streaks the young girl's left cheek. Suspended around her neck on a simple knotted cord is a portrait medallion of the Italian patriot Giuseppe Garibaldi.

The Reading Girl (La Leggitrice) Pietro Magni model carved 1861 - National Gallery of Art.