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scifi-fantasy-horror:

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irkalla:

// They walked side by side for the rest of the evening //
Princess Rosette Virginia Frances Sterrett- illustration from Old French Fairy Tales 

irkalla:

// They walked side by side for the rest of the evening //

Princess Rosette 
Virginia Frances Sterrett
- illustration from Old French Fairy Tales 

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adhemarpo:

He Jiaying, peintre chinois contemporain

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uromancy:

Karl Alexander Wilke. Fliegeroffizier.1913.

uromancy:

Karl Alexander Wilke. Fliegeroffizier.1913.

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whatwasit:

spring scattering stars - edwin howland blashfield, c. 1927

whatwasit:

spring scattering stars - edwin howland blashfield, c. 1927

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marcanimation:

J.C Leyendecker preliminary studies

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snowce:

J.C. Leyendecker

snowce:

J.C. Leyendecker

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Plume et Primevere', two decorative panel by Alphonse Mucha. Printed in 1899 by F. Champenois, Paris. 
Description: This series of decorative panels sold for 12 francs. It represents two pensive young girls, a blonde and a brunette, the one holding a primrose, the other a goose quill and some foliage. Typically Art Nouveau ornamentation predominates in the background motifs and on the jewelry. As was the case with all the decorative panels, conceived from the start as decorative works, Champenois ended up selling the art to clients to use as calendars, posters or advertising materials.
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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Plume et Primevere', two decorative panel by Alphonse Mucha. Printed in 1899 by F. Champenois, Paris. 

Description: This series of decorative panels sold for 12 francs. It represents two pensive young girls, a blonde and a brunette, the one holding a primrose, the other a goose quill and some foliage. Typically Art Nouveau ornamentation predominates in the background motifs and on the jewelry. As was the case with all the decorative panels, conceived from the start as decorative works, Champenois ended up selling the art to clients to use as calendars, posters or advertising materials.

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