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Matilda So Blue

just another space to fill.. (with people, things I like...) curious bystanders

Grand Budapest Hotel - Moonshine

mlewap:

Nothing is permanent in this wicked world, not even our troubles.

—Charlie Chaplin (via emergentpattern)

necspenecmetu:

Hellenistic, Alexander the Great in a Himation, after an original by Lysippos, late 4th or 3rd century BCE

necspenecmetu:

Hellenistic, Alexander the Great in a Himation, after an original by Lysippos, late 4th or 3rd century BCE

fernsandmoss:

Frida Kahlo by Nickolas Muray

fernsandmoss:

Frida Kahlo by Nickolas Muray

memoirsofacitygirl:

Happy birthday Frida Kahlo 🌸

memoirsofacitygirl:

Happy birthday Frida Kahlo 🌸

(Source: fridaencoyoacan)

(Source: fridaencoyoacan)

yama-bato:

Bouquet de roses

Auteur :
Vuillard Edouard (1868-1940)
rmn

yama-bato:

Bouquet de roses
Auteur :
Vuillard Edouard (1868-1940)
taf-art:

Garden at Vaucresson (1920). Edouard Vuillard.

taf-art:

Garden at Vaucresson (1920). Edouard Vuillard.

Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg
Illustrations from a 112-sheet manuscript that includes depictions of contestants equipped for various tournaments.
Late 16th–mid-17th century
Nuremberg

Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg

Illustrations from a 112-sheet manuscript that includes depictions of contestants equipped for various tournaments.

Late 16th–mid-17th century

Nuremberg

(Source: metmuseum.org)

Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg
Illustration from a 112-sheet manuscript that includes depictions of contestants equipped for various tournaments.
Late 16th–mid-17th century
Nuremberg

Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg

Illustration from a 112-sheet manuscript that includes depictions of contestants equipped for various tournaments.

Late 16th–mid-17th century

Nuremberg

(Source: metmuseum.org)

Illustration for for The Bronze Horseman: By the monument in the moonlight
Alexandre Benois (1870-1960)

Illustration for for The Bronze Horseman: By the monument in the moonlight

Alexandre Benois (1870-1960)

(Source: christies.com)

somedevil:

Murayama Tomoyoshi, from the children’s book New Friends, 1947

somedevil:

Murayama Tomoyoshi, from the children’s book New Friends, 1947

Marilyn Monroe. New York City (1954-55?)
Photograph by James Haspiel

Marilyn Monroe. New York City (1954-55?)

Photograph by James Haspiel

vintageblackglamour:

*** UPDATE*** Many thanks to Shirley R. Gindler-Price and Jim Chew for pointing me in the right direction. This photo is one of thousands shot by  Philadelphia photographer John W. Mosley from the 1930s through the 1960s on Chicken Bone Beach in Atlantic City, NJ. Mr. Mosley’s archives are housed at Temple University in Philadelphia. Photo: John W. Mosley, Courtesy of the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, Temple University Libraries. This fabulous photo of beautiful friends (sisters? cousins?) has been making the rounds for eons online - via Pinterest, Tumblr, etc. However, no one has been able to identify any of these women or the photographer. I see the Shelburne (Hotel?) is in the background. Maybe they are in Atlantic City, NJ? If you have any information about the four women in this photo - or the photographer - please let me know in the comment section.

vintageblackglamour:

*** UPDATE*** Many thanks to Shirley R. Gindler-Price and Jim Chew for pointing me in the right direction. This photo is one of thousands shot by  Philadelphia photographer John W. Mosley from the 1930s through the 1960s on Chicken Bone Beach in Atlantic City, NJ. Mr. Mosley’s archives are housed at Temple University in Philadelphia. Photo: John W. Mosley, Courtesy of the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, Temple University Libraries. 
This fabulous photo of beautiful friends (sisters? cousins?) has been making the rounds for eons online - via Pinterest, Tumblr, etc. However, no one has been able to identify any of these women or the photographer. I see the Shelburne (Hotel?) is in the background. Maybe they are in Atlantic City, NJ? If you have any information about the four women in this photo - or the photographer - please let me know in the comment section.

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