No Ones Nemesis

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a little bit of me and a little bit of you :) Art, illustration, photography and all those other things that make me smile. My post may be eccentric but deviation is my creed. If I should post something here that I came across on the net over the years that you have posted/made/created and I do not give you credit for it then please forgive me as was unaware that it was yours. Congratulations on your talent, thank you for sharing, keep up the good work and if you let me know, I will always give credit where credit is due. . . .

books0977:

Two Dancers. Charles Hermans (Belgian, 1839-1924). Oil on panel.
Hermans studied with Louis Gallait in Brussels before attending Atelier Saint-Luc, a free studio in Brussels for artists who opposed traditional academic teaching. Between 1858 and 1861 he was in Paris where he studied with Charles Gleyre and also at the Ecole Centrale des Beaux-Arts. 

books0977:

Two Dancers. Charles Hermans (Belgian, 1839-1924). Oil on panel.

Hermans studied with Louis Gallait in Brussels before attending Atelier Saint-Luc, a free studio in Brussels for artists who opposed traditional academic teaching. Between 1858 and 1861 he was in Paris where he studied with Charles Gleyre and also at the Ecole Centrale des Beaux-Arts. 

denisebefore:

balanced lunch
sanger circus 1932

denisebefore:

balanced lunch

sanger circus 1932

Don’t save something for a special occasion. Every day of your life is a special occasion.
Thomas S. Monson  (via whispsofinvisibleme)

(Source: mhebboy1)


screamsinblackandwhite:

Josephine Baker

screamsinblackandwhite:

Josephine Baker

(Source: )

felixinclusis:

edithshead: Linda Evangelista by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK, 1991

felixinclusis:

edithsheadLinda Evangelista by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK, 1991

locpix:

Sybil Saulnier, 1968

locpix:

Sybil Saulnier, 1968

zombienormal:

Adventure, Otto Lendecke, Jugend magazine, 1914.
Via.

zombienormal:

Adventure, Otto Lendecke, Jugend magazine, 1914.

Via.