L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e ~ D o s t o ï e v s k i

L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e  ~  D o s t o ï e v s k i



Sunday, May 22, 2016

Randomly VII


Zamorka, by Anton Ažbe, 1895.
Cate Blanchett, by Matthias Vriens for i-D Magazine, 2007.
Fashion plate, 1813.
Fanny Brice, by Alfred Cheney Johnston, circa 1915-20.
Glitter, by William McGregor Paxton, 1930.
Art school model, Cleveland Ohio, circa 1912.
Mrs. Du Pont de Nemours, by Bernard Boutet de Monvel, 1935.
Dress of 1860, by Frederick Carl Frieseke, 1930.
Motherhood, by Marguerite Gerard, circa 1804.
Unknown, circa 1920s.
L'Adieu dans la nuit, by Georges Barbier for La Gazette du Bon Ton, an illustration of an evening gown by Paquin, 1913.
Gary descending staircase, Parc de Sceaux, Paris, by Rodney Smith, 1995.
Unknown, circa 1860.
Vince Gironda, by the Athletic Model Guild, circa 1950s.
Loïe Fuller imitator, by Marceau, circa 1897.
Unknown, circa 1905-10.
The actress Johanne Luise Heiberg, by Emil Bærentzen, 1841.
Model, by Eugène Fredrik Jansson, circa late nineteenth century.
Unknown, circa late nineteenth century. Courtesy "Os Jovens Phidias".
Corner of the Painters Table, by Giovanni Boldini, 1890.
A Study in Red, by William Turner Dannat, 1889.
Unknown, circa 1915-20.
Two children of the de Thier family, by Barthélemy Vieillevoye, 1836.
Unknown, circa late nineteenth century. Courtesy "Os Jovens Phidias".
Portrait of the Painter’s Wife Charlotte, née Kindermann, by Carl Alexander Simon, 1830.
42nd Street, New York, by Walker Evans, 1929.





6 comments:

  1. Well, that was very nice. All of it! The girl with the monocle was extra lovely. Thanks for curating this great selection of images.

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    1. Thank you, dear! FYI, I'm pretty sure that girl was actually a post "Little Lord Fauntleroy" boy; little boys had to suffer long curls for quite some time after that book came out. : )

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  2. That's a lovely photo of Fanny Brice. Thanks to you, I just finished listening to her singing "I'd rather be blue."
    I had forgotten what a cool song that is!

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  3. Stephilius, what a great collection of wonderful art and photographs. So much beauty and inspiration in this post. Thank you.

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