object permanence
JACQUELINE LA FOLLE
tri-ciclo:

Die Katze (The Cat)Edvard Munch,1895–1896Drypoint
natgeofound:

A Native American sends smoke signals in Montana, June 1909. Photograph by Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, National Geographic Creative

Daphne, by Wenzel Jamnitzer, Musée National de la Renaissance, Écouen.
likeafieldmouse:

Man Ray - Lee Miller (1930)
foxesinbreeches:

Study for the Sadist’s Corset 3 by Zdzisław Beksiński, 1957
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bag-of-dirt:

Under British military escort, two German Luftwaffe crewmen, an Unteroffizier (Subordinate Officer, or Corporal) and an Oberleutnant (the highest ranking Lieutenant Officer of the Bundeswehr) who bailed out over the English countryside and were taken as POWs during a bombing raid emerge from the London Underground onto the city streets as shocked Londoners look on. The unorthodox travel arrangements for the two POWs on public transportation probably served as a good propagandistic photographic opportunity, as the image would be widely disseminated and seen by a nation beleaguered by constant aerial assaults during the Blitz. London, England, U.K. September 1940.  
michaelmoonsbookshop:

Attractive detailed engraving a winged cherub reading
c1727 
mikhailkoshenko:

Wenda Parkinson, picture by Richard Parkinson