last-of-the-romans: Coffin of Isetemkheb, 7th century BC. (x)
hideback: Ivan Bilibin (Russian, 1876 – 1942) Underwater Kingdom, Illustration for the Russian Fairy Tale, ‘Volga Epic’, 1928 The Bogatyr Volga Transforms Himself into a Pike, illustration for the Russian Fairy Tale, ‘The Volga’, 1903 Kozorog, 1903
japonesices: Click image for 736 x 985 size. Found in Ruby Lane.
hideback: Carl Otto Czeschka (Austrian, 1878-1960) Allegories, 1897-98 More Czeschka
hideback: John Austen (English, 1886–1948) Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 1922
Master of the Fontainebleau School, Diane de Poitiers, c. 1590
master-painters: Nicolas Raguenet - La Joute des mariniers entre le Pont-Notre-Dame et le Pont-au-Change - 1752
master-painters: Willem Kalf - Still Life with a Silver Jug and a Porcelain Bowl - 1660
artmagnifique: HELENE SCHJERFBECK. Dancing Shoes, 1882.
Sibylle van Olfers pm 1906 Mapje en Papje in het hazenbosch ill pg 4 by janwillemsen Sibylle von Olfers (8 May 1881 – 29 January 1916) was a German art teacher and a nun who worked as an author and illustrator of children’s books
jibadojo: Courtesan Reading a Letter While Being Massaged by Her Kamuro - 1768
Paul de Vos, Jan Wildens by Irina
leitoracomcompanhia: Personagens: Rosa Maria «Era uma menininha de olhos fechados, mas teve artes de o convencer. Sabe a qualidade maior da Rosa Maria? A força.» Fernando Assis Pacheco, “Trabalhos e Paixões de Benito Prada”; Adriano de Sousa Lopes, “A blusa azul” Adriano Sousa Lopes was a Portuguese Modernist painter and engraver who worked in a wide range of genres.
art-and-things-of-beauty: Jessie Arms Botke (1883-1971) - Two Cockatoos, oil and goldleaf on board, 75,5 x 62,7 cm.
Click image for 850 x 1084 size. Agnolo Bronzino, Allegory of Happiness, 1564
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Titian, 1485-1576. Titian, Virgin and Child with St. John, 1500s
spoutziki-art: Flowers In A Vase by Judith Leyster, 1654
design-is-fine: Germany’s Fruit Variety, Deutschland’s Obstsorten, 1905-34. Via Ketterer Kunst
books0977: I: Mr B. Finds Pamela Writing (1743-1744). Joseph Highmore (English, 1692-1780). Oil paint on canvas. Tate. This is the first in a series of 12 Highmore paintings illustrating scenes from Samuel Richardson’s best-selling sentimental novel Pamela: or, Virtue rewarded. Show More Summary