supernatural + art history: sam winchester + baroque art
artworks (from top to bottom):
→ rembrandt, the philosopher in meditation, 1632, oil on panel
→ caravaggio, st. john the baptist, c.1603-04, oil on canvas
→ caravaggio, st. jerome writing, c.1605-06, oil on canvas
→ rembrandt, the hundred guilder print, c.1647-49, etching
→ rembrandt, christ crucified between the two thieves, 1653, drypoint
→ rembrandt, the return of the prodigal son, 1663-65, oil on canvas
→ caravaggio, the conversion of st. paul, 1600-01, oil on canvas
→ caravaggio, the calling of st. matthew, 1599-1600, oil on canvas
For the boy with the demon blood. The boy who never asked for the taint in his soul, but shouldered his burden anyway, and kept on fighting. The boy who, despite everything, still shines brightly through the darkness, because he has a hell of a lot of good in him too.
AU: a fairytale problem
└ Winchesters find their new case in Maine, in little town that no one leaves and no one comes to
I don’t even watch this show and I love these two.
Tom Hiddleston as Dean Winchester
Benedict Cumberbatch as Sam Winchester
All because they do not wish to see anyone else suffer the way they do. (x)
I’m so confused…what is this from? Like, a gagreel or something?
no this is a real episode that really happened