What can the damned really say to the damned?

The Killing Type

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Amanda Palmer // The Killing Type

Yes, I would kill to make you feel
I don't mean kill someone for real
I couldn't do that, it is wrong
But I can say it in a song, a song, a song

And I'm saying it now
I'm saying it so
Even if you never hear this song
Somebody else would know
russian-style:

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th
That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.
Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.
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russian-style:

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th
That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.
Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.
Zoom Info
russian-style:

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th
That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.
Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.
Zoom Info
russian-style:

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th
That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.
Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.
Zoom Info

russian-style:

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th

That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.

Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.