Let It Rain
walzerjahrhundert:

C. F. A Voysey, “The Saladin”, wallpaper design, 1897

walzerjahrhundert:

C. F. A Voysey, “The Saladin”, wallpaper design, 1897

blackpicture:

John Swannell Helena Bonham Carter (1987)

blackpicture:

John Swannell
Helena Bonham Carter (1987)

molieresphotography:

Hackescher Markt, Berlin, Germany. Copyrights Val Moliere, July 2014

molieresphotography:

Hackescher Markt, Berlin, Germany. Copyrights Val Moliere, July 2014

michaelmoonsbookshop:

The Electric Light in our Homes 
Popularly explained and Illustrated 
c1884

michaelmoonsbookshop:

The Electric Light in our Homes 

Popularly explained and Illustrated 

c1884

aleyma:

Parsee girls shirt, made in India, c.1870 (source).

aleyma:

Parsee girls shirt, made in India, c.1870 (source).

heaveninawildflower:

'Sunlight on the Road, Pontoise' ( 1874) by Camille Pissarro (1830–1903).

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
-AGrVa_YXRnPkw at Google Cultural Institute via Wikimedia

heaveninawildflower:

'Sunlight on the Road, Pontoise' ( 1874) by Camille Pissarro (1830–1903).


Antique Art Nouveau Silver Floral Longines Pocket Watch - Circa 1900
books0977:

The Song of Demeter and her Daughter Persephone: An Homeric Hymn. Designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Printed by R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago, 1902.
“I begin the song of Demeter”–says the prize-poet, or the Interpreter, the Sacristan of the holy places–”the song of Demeter and her daughter Persephone, whom Aidoneus carried away by the consent of Zeus, as she played, apart from her mother, with the deep- bosomed daughters of the Ocean, gathering flowers in a meadow of soft grass…”

books0977:

The Song of Demeter and her Daughter Persephone: An Homeric Hymn. Designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Printed by R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago, 1902.

“I begin the song of Demeter”–says the prize-poet, or the Interpreter, the Sacristan of the holy places–”the song of Demeter and her daughter Persephone, whom Aidoneus carried away by the consent of Zeus, as she played, apart from her mother, with the deep- bosomed daughters of the Ocean, gathering flowers in a meadow of soft grass…”