poboh:

Night on the Neva, St. Petersburg, Lev Feliksovich Lagorio. Russian (1827 - 1905)
poboh:

Rome and the Ponte Molle, 1754, Richard Wilson. Welsh ca 1713 - 1782)
poboh:

Times Square NY in snow, ca 1920, Jessie Tarbox Beals. American (1871 - 1942)
nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900): Gondolier at sea at night in 1843 
hipinuff:

Wassily Kandinsky (Russian: 1866–1944), Blue Circle, 1922. Oil on canvas, 110 x 100 cm, Guggenheim Museum , New York.
Richard Attenborough dancing atop a steam train on location for Gandhi (1982)
J.M.W. Turner. The Fighting “Temeraire” tugged to her last berth to be broken up (detail) 1838
sonofthedesert:

News Theatre (now Tyneside Cinema, originally the Bijou News-Reel Cinema), Newcastle upon Tyne, 1938
https://www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/
http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/lists/38-pictures-show-how-british-cinemas-have-changed-past-100-years
I adore the Tyneide Cinema.  Built in 1937 by local entrepreneur Dixon Scott - great uncle of Ridley and Tony - it remains a lovely place to see a film, and retains its original (and gorgeous) art nouveau mosaics, fixtures, stained glass windows and staircase.
If you’re ever in the northeast of England, please, make time to see a film in a proper environment, and to help keep this beautiful place alive.
greeneyes55:

Amsterdam 1934
Photo: Wolf Suschitzki
lonequixote:

On White II ~ Wassily Kandinsky