Only Boring People are Bored.
Hi. I'm Christine. This is a blog dedicated to everything I like or find interesting; my hopes, dreams, and schemes. Should I have been born in a different time? I think so at times. History major. Art history minor. Proud Wisconsinite.
Only Boring People are Bored.
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heldersangel:

The second one is my chosen divorce court outfit
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diamondsinthelibrary:

It’s been quite a week for me, darlings. Who else is ready for some summertime fun? Image via Vogue Italia, 1972.
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superseventies:

Carly Simon, 1972
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oldbookillustrations:

Camellia Archiduchesse Augusta.

From Flore des Serres et des Jardins de l’Europe (Flowers of the Greenhouses and Gardens of Europe) vol. 5, by Charles Lemaire, Michael Scheidweiler, and Louis van Houtte, Ghent, 1848.

(Source: archive.org)
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kozmic—blues:

In the mornign afternoon | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
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thegetty:

Big hair, light steps.
This drawing is of a 18th century high society English woman wearing all the in vogue styles of the time.
Observing and sketching high-dressed and fashionable ladies strolling through St. James’ Park in London was an important preparatory step for Thomas Gainsborough. Though the commission for King George III of England was never executed, many drawings remain, including this one from the britishmuseum.
A Lady Walking, about 1785, Thomas Gainsborough. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

Big hair, light steps.
This drawing is of a 18th century high society English woman wearing all the in vogue styles of the time.
Observing and sketching high-dressed and fashionable ladies strolling through St. James’ Park in London was an important preparatory step for Thomas Gainsborough. Though the commission for King George III of England was never executed, many drawings remain, including this one from the britishmuseum.
A Lady Walking, about 1785, Thomas Gainsborough. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

Big hair, light steps.
This drawing is of a 18th century high society English woman wearing all the in vogue styles of the time.
Observing and sketching high-dressed and fashionable ladies strolling through St. James’ Park in London was an important preparatory step for Thomas Gainsborough. Though the commission for King George III of England was never executed, many drawings remain, including this one from the britishmuseum.
A Lady Walking, about 1785, Thomas Gainsborough. J. Paul Getty Museum.
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Self Portrait in Studio (detail) by James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903)
oil on canvas, 1865