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Un Coup de Pompe,  (unknown), 1899.

[silver print portrait of a gentleman inflating an enlarged duplicate of his own head, “Un Coup de Pompe, S.”] “ “Around the turn of the twentieth century, decapitation was a hugely.

(Gloria Vanderbilt 1947)

Gloria Vanderbilt - Richard Avedon, 1956 10 Gracie Square (via froulala: Bookworm Weekend: The World of Gloria Vanderbilt)

Oooh...so tough when you wake up the morning after in a laundry mat dryer... But, at least you held tight to that champagne flute~~~

so tough when you wake up the morning after in a laundry mat dryer. But, at least you held tight to that champagne flute~~~

Top 38 des photos les plus cools de Jacques Chirac, un président comme on n’en fait plus

Top 30+ des photos les plus cools de Jacques Chirac, un président comme on n’en fait plus

Top 38 des photos les plus cools de Jacques Chirac, un président comme on n’en fait plus

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, ca. 1890

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, ca. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian.

David Hockney

Take a closer look at David Hockney RA with this Black & White portrait poster. The perfect piece to display in a art studio, to have Hockney encouraging you to always observe the world.

“During World War I, European postcard publishers used photomontage to fan the flames of patriotism on both sides of the conflict. A postcard issued in Munich in 1914 shows a towering German infantryman pounding together the heads of three soldiers of the Triple Entente—France, England, and Russia

Before photoshop Unidentified German artist A Powerful Collision 1914 Gelatin silver print The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Twentieth-century Photography Fund, 2010 Photo Courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

youth

Sally Mann - Candy cigarette - 1989 is that a kid on stilts in the background? And I remember getting a spanking for buying that candy as a kid.

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