edwardianactresses:

Miss Olive May

edwardianactresses:

Miss Olive May

(Source: npg.org.uk, via amoryingloriousblaine)

onereedyear:

Vilhelms Purvitis (1872-1945). Latvian

onereedyear:

Vilhelms Purvitis (1872-1945). Latvian

(via lilacsinthedooryard)

Wilhelm von Gloeden

Wilhelm von Gloeden

thehystericalsociety:

"Elizabeth" & "The children" - c. 1910s - (Via

(via flurryofdance)

artemisdreaming:

Three Girls, 1881-82, Private Collection 
Winslow Homer
See archive for more Winslow Homer:  HERE
Q

artemisdreaming:

Three Girls, 1881-82, Private Collection 

Winslow Homer

See archive for more Winslow Homer:  HERE

Q

(via noralomb)

artofnarrative:

Margaret Rice Oxley ~ Apotheosis of Columbine ~ via

artofnarrative:

Margaret Rice Oxley ~ Apotheosis of Columbine ~ via

(via mannick29)

varietas:

Edward Hartwig: Wiosna / Spring 1930/1950
thereminsoul:

Γύζης Νικόλαος - Η Πηνελόπη στην κούνια, 1891

thereminsoul:

Γύζης Νικόλαος - Η Πηνελόπη στην κούνια, 1891

(via catonhottinroof)

kylarose:

Myrna and Flowers, c. 1920s
Scanned from Myrna Loy: Being and Becoming

kylarose:

Myrna and Flowers, c. 1920s

Scanned from Myrna Loy: Being and Becoming

(via nikkilane27)

Jennie Augusta Brownscombe

Jennie Augusta Brownscombe

Thomas P. Anshutze

Thomas P. Anshutze

Paul Emile Chabas

Paul Emile Chabas

The Cloud Cook :: Rebecca Harrison

theteacuptrail:

High on a cloudy hill, an old lady lived in a crumbling cottage. Every morning she patrolled her windows, hoping to spy neighbours. But years passed, and none came, and the views wore dim.

One day, her cupboards were bare. She searched her home but found only a thimble-full of flour and an old fishing net. She frowned; she had never seen the sea and had touched only rainwater. Clutching the net, she clambered onto the roof. Shoes clattering and legs trembling, she flung the net over a close cloud and dragged it inside. She unrolled it onto the kitchen table and watched it wobble. Then, with a pinch of the flour, she mixed it and kneaded it, divided it into bread tins, and put it on a high bake.

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