PJETgallery

Tumblr page of Paul Jeter, Artist

likeafieldmouse:

J. M. W. Turner

1.  A Waterfall Among Rocks

2. A Single Figure

3. Amateur Theatricals

4. Red Sails at Chioggia

5. The Grand Staircase, from the West

6. An Interior: Petworth Church

7. Profile of a Man with a Bulbous Nose

8. Seated Figures 

9. Dover: The Pier, with a Ship at Sea in a Storm

10. Studies of Rustic Groups: Women Gossiping; a Man Driving Two Cows; Boats; a Man with Carts and Horses

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My Hellboy Cover
RAGNAROK 
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My Hellboy Cover
RAGNAROK
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ancientart:

Foundation plaques B (photo 1) and A (photo 2), dating to the early 4th century BCE. Both these plaques of hammered gold have been inscribed in Old Persian, and are from Iran during the Achaemenid period.

Artefacts courtesy of the Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, USA. Photos taken by Daderot via the Wiki Commons.

multicolourgems:

Honey Zircon eye clean marquise, weighing 4.97cts from East Africa.Zircon is a naturally occurring gemstone while cubic zirconia is a synthetic. The most popular Zircon color is blue and it is considered to be an alternative birthstone for December. The orange to light yellow-brown colored stones are sometimes called “honey zircon”.

multicolourgems:

Honey Zircon eye clean marquise, weighing 4.97cts from East Africa.

Zircon is a naturally occurring gemstone while cubic zirconia is a synthetic. The most popular Zircon color is blue and it is considered to be an alternative birthstone for December. The orange to light yellow-brown colored stones are sometimes called “honey zircon”.

archaicwonder:

Roman Gateway to Patara, Turkey
Ancient Patara was a wealthy port city at the mouth of the Xanthos River. It was said to have been founded by Patarus, a son of Apollo. The city was noted in antiquity for its temple and oracle of Apollo, second only to that of Delphi.
Patara was originally a Lycian settlement and then served as an important naval base during the wars of Alexander the Great’s successors. It later became part of the Lycian League and then a thriving port within the Roman Empire. Sometime during the Middle Ages the harbour of Patara silted up, rendering the port useless.

archaicwonder:

Roman Gateway to Patara, Turkey

Ancient Patara was a wealthy port city at the mouth of the Xanthos River. It was said to have been founded by Patarus, a son of Apollo. The city was noted in antiquity for its temple and oracle of Apollo, second only to that of Delphi.

Patara was originally a Lycian settlement and then served as an important naval base during the wars of Alexander the Great’s successors. It later became part of the Lycian League and then a thriving port within the Roman Empire. Sometime during the Middle Ages the harbour of Patara silted up, rendering the port useless.

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NO WAR
PJET14

5x7 digital print
$10 +shipping
click on image to purchase

pjetprints.tumblr.com

NO WAR
PJET14

5x7 digital print
$10 +shipping
click on image to purchase

pjetprints.tumblr.com

New Print
‘War is for Losers’
5x7 pjet14

The best picture is the one you draw yourself. 
No more war in the Middle East. No more useless killings. No more strife in our hearts! Teach, Learn, Live, and Love.

New Print
‘War is for Losers’
5x7 pjet14

The best picture is the one you draw yourself.
No more war in the Middle East. No more useless killings. No more strife in our hearts! Teach, Learn, Live, and Love.