All The Things Nancy Loves


Nothing you see belongs to me. If I ever find somerhing of mine that I could show off - I'll tell you. I love old things. I love fuzzy things. I love things that make me smile.

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kecobe:

Sir Thomas Lawrence (British; 1769–1830)George James Welbore Agar-Ellis, later 1st Lord DoverOil on canvas, ca. 1823–24Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut

kecobe:

Sir Thomas Lawrence (British; 1769–1830)
George James Welbore Agar-Ellis, later 1st Lord Dover
Oil on canvas, ca. 1823–24
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut

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23silence:

William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) - Modestie, 1902

23silence:

William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) - Modestie, 1902

sibellaeperduta:

In honor of my upcoming transformation, I gave Veronica Veronese an update.

sibellaeperduta:

In honor of my upcoming transformation, I gave Veronica Veronese an update.

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vincentvangogh-art:

Red Vineyards at Arles

vincentvangogh-art:

Red Vineyards at Arles

Source: vincentvangogh-art

jaded-mandarin:

Cartouche decorated with flowers, Saint Margaret of Cortona in Prayer, 17th Century.

jaded-mandarin:

Cartouche decorated with flowers, Saint Margaret of Cortona in Prayer, 17th Century.

Source: jaded-mandarin

flowersgardenlove:

~~Penguin Moment by Flowers Garden Love

flowersgardenlove:

~~Penguin Moment by Flowers Garden Love

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artgalleryofontario:

Buoys, 1948Lawrence Arthur Colley Panton, Canadian, 1894 - 1954Oil on boardOverall: 33.4 x 40.6 cmGift from the Fund of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd. for Canadian Works of Art, 1949© 2014 Art Gallery of Ontario

artgalleryofontario:

Buoys, 1948
Lawrence Arthur Colley Panton, Canadian, 1894 - 1954
Oil on board
Overall: 33.4 x 40.6 cm
Gift from the Fund of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd. for Canadian Works of Art, 1949
© 2014 Art Gallery of Ontario

updown-city:

Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly

updown-city:

Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly

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a-l-ancien-regime:

Mary Delany collage of a Magnolia grandiflora
Mary Delany (nee Granville) (14 May 1700 – 15 April 1788) was an English Bluestocking, artist, and letter-writer; equally famous for her “paper-mosaicks” and her lively correspondence.
Mary Delany was seventy-two years old when she noticed a petal drop from a geranium. In a flash of inspiration, she picked up her scissors and cut out a paper replica of the petal, inventing the art of collage. It was the summer of 1772, in England. During the next ten years she completed nearly a thousand cut-paper botanicals (which she called mosaicks) so accurate that botanists still refer to them. 

a-l-ancien-regime:

Mary Delany collage of a Magnolia grandiflora

Mary Delany (nee Granville) (14 May 1700 – 15 April 1788) was an English Bluestocking, artist, and letter-writer; equally famous for her “paper-mosaicks” and her lively correspondence.

Mary Delany was seventy-two years old when she noticed a petal drop from a geranium. In a flash of inspiration, she picked up her scissors and cut out a paper replica of the petal, inventing the art of collage. It was the summer of 1772, in England. During the next ten years she completed nearly a thousand cut-paper botanicals (which she called mosaicks) so accurate that botanists still refer to them. 

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