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Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka

Bonne Fête JP! 30 Jean-Paul Sartre Quotes For Your Next Existential Crisis

Bonne Fête JP! 30 Jean-Paul Sartre Quotes For Your Next Existential Crisis

Dalida © 1966 - Rue D'horcampt (dans sa maison)

Dalida © 1966 - Rue D'horcampt (dans sa maison)

Dalida

Dalida

John Singer Sargent portrait drawings

John Singer Sargent portrait drawings

Ikenaga Yasunari - Illustration - Nihonga Style

Ikenaga Yasunari - Illustration - Nihonga Style

Romanian Women's costume, county of Sibiu, zone Rupea;  White linen underskirt (poale) with a row of embroidery on hem and edged with white crochet lace. Gathered front apron (Şorţ ) made of blue fabric and edged with black crochet lace on the side edges and a black silk frnge on the hem. Back apron (catrinţă) is a single width of black woven material with horizontal woven stripes in red and gold thread, with interleaved floral embroidered motifs in red and blue. edged with black crochet…

Romanian Women's costume, county of Sibiu, zone Rupea; White linen underskirt (poale) with a row of embroidery on hem and edged with white crochet lace. Gathered front apron (Şorţ ) made of blue fabric and edged with black crochet lace on the side edges and a black silk frnge on the hem. Back apron (catrinţă) is a single width of black woven material with horizontal woven stripes in red and gold thread, with interleaved floral embroidered motifs in red and blue. edged with black crochet…

Poster Competition - Graphic Design Festival Scotland

Poster Competition - Graphic Design Festival Scotland

[Woman in Black Taffeta Dress and Lace Shawl]  Albert Sands Southworth  (American, West Fairlee, Vermont 1811–1894 Charlestown, Massachusetts)   Artist: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, Wayland, Massachusetts 1808–1901 Crawford Notch, New Hampshire) Date: ca. 1850 Medium: Daguerreotype

[Woman in Black Taffeta Dress and Lace Shawl] Albert Sands Southworth (American, West Fairlee, Vermont 1811–1894 Charlestown, Massachusetts) Artist: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, Wayland, Massachusetts 1808–1901 Crawford Notch, New Hampshire) Date: ca. 1850 Medium: Daguerreotype