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wasbella102:

Psyche by Johannes Hoffmann

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vivelareine:

Fashion Victims: Dress at the Court of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell [Estimated Publication Date: November, 2014]

Synopsis (via Yale Press)

Fashion Victims presents a compelling anthology of trends, manners, and personalities from the era, accompanied by gorgeous fashion plates, portraits, and photographs of rare surviving garments. Drawing upon documentary evidence, previously unpublished archival sources, and new information about aristocrats, politicians, and celebrities, this book is an unmatched study of French fashion in the late 18th century, providing astonishing insight, a gripping story, and stylish inspiration.

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classic-brunettes:

Elizabeth Taylor in a promotional still for ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ (1958)

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Steiff bear 1930s

(Source: ce-sac-contient, via lost-in-centuries-long-gone)

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allonico:

La Laiterie de Propreté - Hameau de la Reine (Marie-Antoinette’s Estate) - Domaine du petit Trianon - Château de Versailles

Susanna Reael (detail), Isaack Luttichuys,1656

(Source: seeliequeene, via theladyintweed)

saisonciel:

Corinne Griffith in The Divine Lady (1929)

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It has been a beautiful spring day today so I, along with my mom, walked around a couple parks and took pictures of nature. I missed taking pictures outside in weather like this. I didn’t refuse to take pictures outside during the winter but I like it better when the earth alive and bursting with colors. I will edit some of my pictures today and try to share them on here tomorrow.

Also, because there were no kids at the playground, I decided go swing on the swing-set which I haven’t done in forever! I used to love swings when I was a kid so I gave into temptation.

versailleslife:

Cupid, Edmé Bouchardon (1698-1762)

(Source: arboreas, via ras-kolnikova)

Roses-House of Livia Mural by Ian W Scott

Cabbage rose, a symbol of love held sacred by Aphrodite. Detail of the garden mural from the triclinium in the House of Livia, Rome. The paintings date ca. 30-20 BC. The murals are now displayed in a dedicated room of the National Museum of Rome, Palazzo Massimo.

(Source: daughterofchaos)

vivelareine:

—Marie Antoinette (2006)

paintingispoetry:

Claude Monet, Springtime, 1872

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catp0rn:

cats on Flickr