alongtimealone:

rembrandt: jesus 4 (by deflam)
steelylaceribbon:

Harry George Theaker,  The Anticipated Letter, (not dated)
jaded-mandarin:

Moritz von Schwind. Queen of the Night, 1867.
mikeadamstattoo:

death in june - born again.
MIKE ADAMS
oorequiemoo:

Polaire 
French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Polaire wore her hair short, unusual in women before the 1920s: she apparently adopted the style in the 1890s.
In 1911, she was cast her in her first silent-film role. In the next year.  She appeared in six silent films in 1912 and 1913. She then returned to the musical stage and began a tour of the United States (garnering some publicity by wearing a nose-piercing), after which she appeared at the London Coliseum. Polaire returned to films in 1922; she performed in ten between then and 1935, some of them talkies.
hazycosmiclove:

David Bowie. The Man Who Sold the World, 1971
whenasinsilks:

Anne de Pisseleu, Duchesse d’Étampes, attributed to Corneille de Lyon, oil on panel, 1533-75 (probably 1535-40, based on costume), French.
rjtyler:

CORNEILLE DE LYON
Dutch/French painter (b. 1500/10, The Hague, d. after 1574, Lyon)
Jean de Bourbon-Vendôme
c. 1550
Wood, 19 x 16 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris
Corneille de Lyon was author of a series of small, intimate portraits which recreate for us the people who made up French 16th-century society, amongst them poets and scholars and courtiers.
necspenecmetu:

Pierre-Narcisse, Baron Guerin, Shepherds at the Fall of Amyntas, 1805
dipot:

Portrait of the painter Pierre-Narcisse, Baron Guerin (1774–1833), attributed to François Bouchot (1800–1842)
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