19th Century

Irises
by Norman Prescott Davies
Painted 1900

Irises

by Norman Prescott Davies

Painted 1900

23silence:

Norman Prescott-Davies ( 1862-1915) - As time goes by, 1893

23silence:

Norman Prescott-Davies ( 1862-1915) - As time goes by, 1893

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londerlandshop:

Unknown man in frock coat. Oil on Card. France ca.1830. Unknown artist. Victoria and Albert Museum.

londerlandshop:

Unknown man in frock coat. Oil on Card. France ca.1830. Unknown artist. Victoria and Albert Museum.

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stilllifequickheart:

Auguste Toulmouche
The Love Letter, detail
1863

stilllifequickheart:

Auguste Toulmouche

The Love Letter, detail

1863

the-garden-of-delights:


“The Flower Vendor” by Henri-Victor Lesur (1863-1900).

the-garden-of-delights:

“The Flower Vendor” by Henri-Victor Lesur (1863-1900).

fripperiesandfobs:

Reception dress, 1891-92
From the Cincinnati Art Museum

fripperiesandfobs:

Reception dress, 1891-92

From the Cincinnati Art Museum

ponderful:

George Frederic Watts (1817-1904), The Happy Warrior

ponderful:

George Frederic Watts (1817-1904), The Happy Warrior

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theoddmentemporium:

An anti-masturbation device. The rare 19th century item is made of copper and was designed to be worn by boys so they could not commit the ‘sin’. Attached to a belt it would have encased the genitalia. The bizarre antique dates back to around 1880 and was used in Catholic France.

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Dicksee is one of my very favorite artists. Thanks for posting him.

You are very welcome :)

realityeffect:

Margaret Dicksee (1858-1903). “Miss Angel”: Angelica Kauffmann, introduced by Lady Wentworth, visits Mr. Reynolds’ studio. 1892. 112 x 86.5 cm. Sold £25,300: Christies, London (29-03-1996, lot 116).

realityeffect:

Margaret Dicksee (1858-1903). “Miss Angel”: Angelica Kauffmann, introduced by Lady Wentworth, visits Mr. Reynolds’ studio. 1892. 112 x 86.5 cm. Sold £25,300: Christies, London (29-03-1996, lot 116).

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