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the-evil-clergyman · 19 minutes ago
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The Lily Fairy by Luis Ricardo Falero (1888)
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ninepointbleed · 5 hours ago
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La Mode illustrée, no. 33, 14 août 1898, Paris. Toilette de promenade. Modèle de Mmes Moulines-Rottner, cité du Retiro, 15. Ville de Paris / Bibliothèque Forney
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POV: you are a noble in the same room as your emperor Franz Joseph at a function and he is having a stroke and you have no idea why until you see this* going on from the corner of your eye
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history-of-fashion · 11 hours ago
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1840 Henri Beltz - Portrait of a noble lady with embroidery
(Orange Bakelite Auction House)
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koda-friedrich · 17 hours ago
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doodle🥳
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oncanvas · 19 hours ago
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Mt. Asuka in the Eastern Capital from the Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji series, Hiroshige, 19th century
Woodblock print 33.5 x 21.5 cm (13.19 x 8.46 in.)
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paperdollsdaily · a day ago
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Today’s Paper Doll Is: Horace
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visual-sandwich · a day ago
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The Model
Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg
1839
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si1kvoid · a day ago
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Sewing box, 1830
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herdingsnails · a day ago
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It's always interesting to see how other countries and cultures talk about our own. In this case, it's a french recipe that I found in the book "À Portuguesa: Receitas em Livros Estrangeiros até 1900". It comes originally from the book "La Cuisine Classique" and follows the trend of adding oranges to a dish and calling it Portuguese. A trend that dates back to the renaissance and the introduction of sweet oranges to Europe via Portugal.
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oldpaintings · a day ago
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Sappho, 1849 by Théodore Chassériau (French, 1819–1856)
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ninepointbleed · 5 hours ago
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La Mode illustrée, no. 33, 14 août 1898, Paris. Toilette de mariée, en satin et mousseline de soie. Modèle de Mmes Coussinet-Piret, rue Richer, 43. Ville de Paris / Bibliothèque Forney
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silenthunteruk · a day ago
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Sister Agatha's letter confirming Jonathan is alive is probably sitting inside a mailbag in a railway mail carriage heading for Ostend in Belgium 🇧🇪. 1896 Post Office Guide advised a two day travel time for letters from Budapest to London. Mina is of course not there.
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owlexarts · a day ago
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Worry sets in as the mob’s angry fervor grows and the sun sets👁👁also some doodles
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quotation--marks · a day ago
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‘I come from Dr Grant’s,’ said Edmund presently. ‘You may guess my errand there, Fanny.’ And he looked so conscious, that Fanny could think but of one errand, which turned her too sick for speech. - ‘I wished to engage Miss Crawford for the two first dances,’ was the explanation that followed, and brought Fanny to life again, enabling her, as she found she was expected to speak, to utter something like an enquiry as to the result.
Jane Austen, Mansfield Park
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visual-sandwich · a day ago
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Still life with two apples and a snail shell
William Henry Hunt
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uldra · a day ago
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the Nude Study class
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