The Ballad of the Blonde Streak.

coppercadence:

unexplained-events:

Ed and Lorraine Warrens Occult Museum

Houses over 50 years of haunted objects. The most famous of which is, Annabelle the Raggedy Ann Doll.

disneylicious-art:

(x)

Burton Style

jeannepompadour:

Portrait of a lady after Antoine Vestier, second half of 18th c.

jeannepompadour:

Portrait of a lady after Antoine Vestier, second half of 18th c.

renaissance-art:

Since its creation the Mona Lisa has an object of fascination to artists and audiences alike. Artists even began replicating the iconic painting within Leonardo da Vinci’s lifetime. Da Vinci himself considered it an attempt to paint perfection. Replicas and reinterpretations exist in the thousands and continue to this day as the Mona Lisa is not protected by any copyright laws

1. Leonardo da Vinci c. 1503-1505 

2. Known as the Mona Lisa del Prado c. 16th century

3. Known as the Oslo Copy c. 16th or 17th century

4. Known as the Walters Copy c. 16th Century

5. Known as the Hermitage Copy c. 16th century

6. Jean Ducayer c. 17th century

7. Corot c. 19th century

8. Sapeck c. 1883

9. Salvador Dali c. 1954

10. Graphic Nothing c. 21st century

orangexocoatl:

The Bouquet by Wladislaw Czachorski (1850-1911) (detail)

orangexocoatl:

The Bouquet by Wladislaw Czachorski (1850-1911) (detail)

ephemeral-elegance:

Evening Coat and Dress Ensemble, ca. 1910-15

Madame Marguerite

via Goldstein Museum of Design

maudelynn:

Opera Star Lina Cavalieri   
via www.eyestylist.com

maudelynn:

Opera Star Lina Cavalieri   

via www.eyestylist.com

fripperiesandfobs:

Evening dress, 1910’s

From the Musée Galliera