Posts tagged "illustration"
Angling, Harper’s Magazine: November, 1872 via NYPL Digital Collections
Let’s be real - this sly dame knows what she’s up to.
"may my aloof gaze dissuade my keen sportsmanship."
California: Travel by Train. 20th Century Travel Posters via Boston Public Library Flickr
Transatlantique: Mid 20th Century Travel Posters via Boston Public Library
Travel the World: Mid 20th Century Travel Posters via Boston Public Library
Silver Screen Magazine: Marlene Dietrich, October, c. 1932 (via ondiraiduveaue on Flickr)
While your current activities appear most engaging, perhaps this lavish fur trimmed jacket can direct your attention elsewhere.
Exceedingly Casual Napoleonic Regimental Hussar”
Illustration: Grand Armeé 10th Regimental Uniforms by Carle Vernet, c. 1812.
Fall Style Book by Edward Penfield, 1893-1924 via The New York Public Library
Female Rebellion by Will R. Barnes, To Date Cover Illustration c. November, 1895 via The New York Public Library
Let’s take a moment to acknowledge how incredibly suave the woman depicted in this illustration is. Between the hussar uniform and head-tilt sword wielding feminist imagery, she knows what it’s all about.
Additionally, why are there no digitized editions of this magazine - why can’t we read their late nineteenth century opinions.
Observation: Kate Beaton - were you a late nineteenth century magazine illustrator?
Le Breton Lithography: Middle Eastern Art, 1880s via The New York Public Library
Arrow Collar: Illustrations by J.C Leyendecker, 1910s (via rompedas)