Monthly Archives: February 2017

Historic photos #25

Again, that’s a lot of mail. Back in the day, women were used to sell or show anything, cigarettes, cars, washing machines… despite feminists’ opposition to this, there is an undeniable glamour to the advertisements of the past. Advertisements

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Historical photos #23

Just love the pure happy look and great angles of the baton girls.

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Historical photos #22

Great shot by Stanley Kubrick early in his career for Look Magazine. Kubrick was a photographer before a film maker and his amazing visual sense for framing each scene is evident in his early shoots.

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Historical photos #21

Crazy roller derby.

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Alfred Kubin

Exceptional visionary artist who lived under Nazi rule, isolating himself, but whose works says legions.

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Paul Rumsey, Essex, UK, contemporary

Works in charcoal in the spirit of Brueghel, Goya.

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Nicholas Kalmakoff: Two Women and a Stag, 1925

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Frantisek Kupka, The Way of Sience

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William Blake, Hecate

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August Bromse (Czech, 1873-1925)

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