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, February 28, 2021

Randomly XX

 
Portrait of a Young Girl, by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, 1859.
Horse by the shore, summer night, by Nils Edvard Kreuger, 1902.
Portrait of Félix Jasinsky, by Félix Vallotton, 1887.
Woman with Glasses, by Yōshū Chikanobu 楊洲周延, 1897.
Portrait of Mercedes Mendeville, condesa de San Félix, by Joaquín Bástida y Sorolla, 1906.
An Australian, by Hilda Rix Nicholas, 1926.
A standing male nude, pulling a rope, circle of Théodore Géricault, circa 1810-13.
Courtesy Stephen Rutledge.
Bullfinches, by Bruno Liljefors, 1885.
Eighteenth century Katabira (summer kimono) with patterns of dry hedges, carnations, and swallows.
Jeune femme aux fleurs, by Jean-Gabriel Domergue, 1928.
Valkyrie, by Heinrich Bürck, 1881.
When Poverty Comes in at the Door, Love Flies out at the Window, by George Frederic Watts, 1892.
 Portrait of a Gentleman with a Sword, by Amico Friulano del Dosso, circa 1515-20.
Man in Landsknecht reenactment costume, 2017.
Easter Sunday, Harlem, by Arthur Fellig (Weegee), circa 1940.
Circa 1870s.
Angus Og - God of Love and Courtesy Putting a Spell of Summer Calm on the Sea, John Duncan, 1908.
 Les Peupliers, by Henri-Jean Guillaume Martin, circa 1937.
Polychrome glazed terracotta medallion bust of a laureate, by Andrea Della Robbia, circa 1492. (Two images.)
 Equipage de faucons laniers et de faucons pèlerins, by Carstian Luyckx, circa 1650-60s.
Portrait of Thomas Orde, later Orde-Powlett and 1st Baron Bolton, by Pompeo Batoni, 1773.
 Corinth, 1898.
Adam and Eve, by Harald Slott-Møller, 1890-91.
Courtesy Stephen Rutledge.
(This appears to be how you "unfriend" someone from a tintype.)
"La Belle Rose", a Madame Meeley of Philadelphia design created for sisters Ann and Elizabeth Stetson for their social debuts, 1927.
Portrait of a Lady, by Benedetto Ghirlandaio, circa last quarter of the fifteenth century.
French School, eighteenth century.
The Hall of Antiquities at Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen, by Adam August Müller, 1830.
Photograph by Josep Masana, 1930.
Conrad Veidt costumed for "Lucrezia Borgia", 1922.
Falcon, by Edwin Landseer, 1837.
Reverie, by Edgard Maxence, circa 1914-17.
Portrait of the dancer Nikolai Stepanovich Poznyakov, by Konstantin Somov, 1910.
Portrait of a member of the Dashwood family, by George Romney, 1787.
Portrait of María Luisa Maldonado, marquesa de Torneros, by Joaquín Bástida y Sorolla, 1907.
 Une soirée au carnaval, by Henri-Julien-Félix Rousseau, 1886.
The Owens-Thomas house, Savannah, Georgia, designed by the English architect William Jay, completed in 1819. (Photograph courtesy Andrew Hopkins, 2020.)
Courtesy Stephen Rutledge.
 Winter, by Vojtěch Hynais, 1901.
 Allegory of Autumn, attributed to Giovanni Maria delle Piane, called Mulinaretto, circa 1690-1740
Day dress, 1869.
Portrait of Clarita Seminario, by Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta, 1911.
Ballerina Tamara Toumanova photographed by Luis Lemus for Vogue, 1948.
Portrait of an Austrian officer, Lombard School, circa mid-nineteenth century.
 Jeune berger assis, by Hippolyte Flandrin, circa 1834-35.
 Intérieur d'atelier, by Louis Gustave Cambier, 1891.
Flowers, by Raoul Hynckes, 1941.
Courtesy Ralf De Jonge.
Femme de Bolbec, hand-colored lithograph after Eugène Devéria, circa 1825-45.
Autumn Beeches, by John Fabian Carlson, 1908-15.
Rest, by Gerardo Sacristán Torralba, 1929.
Mexican agricultural laborers who have come to help harvest beets, eating their lunch, Stockton, California, photograph by Marjory Collins, May 1943.
Autumn Sonata, Klemens Brosch, 1920.
Pond Song, by Victor Coleman Anderson, circa 1910-30.
Park von Versailles, by Hermann Göhler, circa first half of the twentieth century. (The figures are dressed in the style of the end of the 1860s.)
 In Paradise, by Max Švabinsky, 1918.
Commode by Charles Cressent, circa 1730.
Study of a Black Model, by Max Pietschmann, 1885.
 Mary, Queen of Scots Bedroom, Holyroodhouse, by Alexander Fraser, circa 1884.
Portrait of a lady, by Charles Joseph Watelet, 1925.
1902.
Siegfried, by Thomas Theodor Heine, 1921.