March22014
Asian textiles

Asian textiles

7PM
arcadiainteriorana:

Goodbye, on the MerseyJames Jacques Joseph Tissot (French, 1836–1902)
Oil on canvas, 42.5 x 30.5 cm, 1881.Private Collection.

arcadiainteriorana:

Goodbye, on the Mersey
James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French, 1836–1902)

Oil on canvas, 42.5 x 30.5 cm, 1881.
Private Collection.

9AM
elpasha71:

Ferdinand Hodler, The Jungfrau from Isenfluh, 1902

elpasha71:

Ferdinand Hodler, The Jungfrau from Isenfluh, 1902

(via elenapraha)

8AM
detroitland:

Portrait of meteorologist Norman B. Conger sitting on a bicycle in front of a painting of a marine scene. In 1895 Norman Conger became the first qualified meteorologist to take charge of the Weather Bureau in Detroit.
(original photo taken in 1880; copy negative taken in 1931)

detroitland:

Portrait of meteorologist Norman B. Conger sitting on a bicycle in front of a painting of a marine scene. In 1895 Norman Conger became the first qualified meteorologist to take charge of the Weather Bureau in Detroit. (original photo taken in 1880; copy negative taken in 1931)

(via heaveninawildflower)

8AM
1885 English Momotaro published by Hasegawa Takejirō.

1885 English Momotaro published by Hasegawa Takejirō.

March12014
Miranda - Sir Frank Dicksee (1878) (x)

Miranda - Sir Frank Dicksee (1878) (x)

(Source: victorians-edwardians)

1PM
art-and-things-of-beauty:

John Wainwright (British, active 1845-1873)

art-and-things-of-beauty:

John Wainwright (British, active 1845-1873)
1PM
loupelu:

Paul de Longpré ‘Peonies and Butterflies’ c.1900

loupelu:

Paul de Longpré ‘Peonies and Butterflies’ c.1900
12PM
gyclli:
006_Iceland_resize / by olopez

gyclli:

006_Iceland_resize / by olopez

(via gviquez)

11AM
a-l-ancien-regime:

The woodwork (boiserie) of the  Chinese cabinet of the hôtel du duc de Richelieu  (Musée Carnavalet)
The hôtel du duc de Richelieu  in Place Royale (now Place des Vosges) housed in the eighteenth century a bureau whose walls were completely covered with designs of Chinese inspiration, illustrating the pronounced taste of the West at that time for « chinoiserie » picturesque subjects depicting the panorama of an imaginary Orient.

a-l-ancien-regime:

The woodwork (boiserie) of the  Chinese cabinet of the hôtel du duc de Richelieu  (Musée Carnavalet) The hôtel du duc de Richelieu  in Place Royale (now Place des Vosges) housed in the eighteenth century a bureau whose walls were completely covered with designs of Chinese inspiration, illustrating the pronounced taste of the West at that time for « chinoiserie » picturesque subjects depicting the panorama of an imaginary Orient.