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Resultado de imagen de william kay blacklock british painter

Resultado de imagen de william kay blacklock british painter

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This is absolutely amazing A picture is worth a thousand words. Remember to have compassion for the elderly in your life. The person they once were is still a part of who they are today. Remember them, love them, respect them.

Overanalyzing George W. Bush’s Shower Self-Portrait - Daily Intelligencer

Overanalyzing George W. Bush’s Painting of Himself Taking a Shower

Edith, an Irish novelist and her cousin/girlfriend (listen it was a different time), Violet, co-wrote fourteen stories and novels under the name “Martin Ross.” Their most popular titles were The Real Charlotte and The Experiences of Irish R.M.. After Violet’s death, Edith was inconsolable, and decided to keep writing as Martin Ross, convinced the two were communicating through spiritualist séances, which I personally feel is totally legit.

16 lesbian power couples from history who changed the world together.

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for men: century. Men burning Saint wear closely fitted doublet and a slightly pointed toe. Men standing watching the action been done, wear robes.

Affectionate beach friends, 1940s.

Young women embrace on beach vintage lesbian photo.Woman in Collectibles, Photographic Images, Contemporary Other Contemporary Photographs

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth wearing a richly jeweled carcanet. Attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, 1575. Tate Collection. a jeweled collar or necklace, from the old French, carcan, meaning collar. Carcanets were typically quite elaborate and formal, and worn closely fitted. The style seems to have first appeared with the reemergence of the necklace during the end of the medieval period in the late 1300s.

Портрет "Пеликан" the "Pelican" Portrait, c. 1572 Queen Elizabeth I Nicholas Hilliard "The Pelican Portrait", c. to Nicholas Hilliard. © Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Museums Queen Elizabeth I Nicholas Hilliard

The Oscar Wilde Memorial In Merrion Square (Dublin) 1997 by Danny Osborne The materials are granite, green nephrite jade, white jadeite and thulite. Dubliners have christened it the “fag on the Craig”

The Oscar Wilde Memorial In Merrion Square (Dublin) 1997 by Danny Osborne The materials are granite, green nephrite jade, white jadeite and thulite. Dubliners have christened it the “fag on the Craig” ■♤♡◇♧☆■

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