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1930s art deco poster

Auguste Toulmouche, "The Letter", detail. In some strange way she reminds me of Olivia De Havilland. I think it's the eyes and eyebrows, that Melanie Wilkes expression. I can just hear her saying a pained, "Scarlett . . ." before she collapses or adds something like, "You killed him. I'm glad you killed him!" Something like that, you know.

The mottled effect of the print is a company secret and his prints, often old gold or warm silver have a Venetian feel that is at once precious and discreet.

"Reverie - A Letter" by Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta a Spanish painter who specialized in society portraits. His portraits suggest intriguing stories like paintings and photographs that one can't forget. Some of his works are in private collections in New Jersey or turn up at auction in Lambertville and "Confudences" at the Clark was owned by Catholjna Lambert of Lambert Castle in Paterson pictured earlier. Just a favorite with the golden hues of a summer afternoon. (Sources:…

Walk the Line: Printing and Fashion

Autorretrato || Self-portrait, Mariano Fortuny

Secrets of Feminine Sweetness, Loveliness and Charm. It has been said that flowers are the sweetest things God ever made. I say that a woman should be like a flower. *Smile* The feminine woman should be always growing, flourishing and thriving. Click the title to read this article.

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Amazing Tattoos Inspired by Children’s Books

Unless Someone Like You Cares A Whole Awful Lot, Nothing Is Going To Get Better. Its Not.socatch! Calls The Once-ler. He Lets Something Fall.its A Truffula Seed. Its The Last One Of All!youre In Charge Of The Last Of The Truffula Seeds. And Truffula Trees Are What Everyone Needs. (this Was Done By Omar At All-star Tattoo In St. Louis, Missouri)