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10.16.18// hello friends :) I have been so busy plotting my novel for NaNoWriMo!!! I can’t believe October is flying by!! I hope all us writers will be able to follow through with it this year! :) Here are some photos from Edith Wharton’s house, which was the most beautiful home that I’ve ever seen!!
Sixth edition of The Poetical Works of John Keats, 1898. Illustrations by Joseph Severn.
Spanish Translation of Saint Augustine’s “City of God” by Cano de Aranda, Medieval Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Medium: Tempera and gold on parchment, tooled leather binding
untitled by Beth In Wonderland on Flickr.
Illustrations by Perrin
web // tumblr
call me by your name: crema, 1983
Paris With Me | Carette, Paris.
End of November. Sleepy. No good ideas. 20 years old tomorrow. Yikes.
Edvard Munch, Man and Woman, 1914
for GQ Style (2018), ph. Yoshiyuki Matsumara.
The bedroom of Virginia Woolf in the house she shared with her dedicated, loving husband Leonard at Monks House in Sussex, England. (She shared the house, but not the bedroom. This bed was all hers.)
Portraits of Rosina Ferrara
Rosina Ferrara (1861–1934) was an Italian girl from the island of Capri, who was a muse and friend of numerous expatriate artists including John Singer Sargent, Frank Hyde, Charles Sprague Pearce, Charles Caryl Coleman, Alfred Stevens, and George Randolph Barse, whom she later married.
Still Life (detail) .1887 Joseph Bail