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A découvrir: l’univers un peu bohême et ultra-romantique de Emma Leonard. Emma manie à la perfection le crayon, l’encre et l’Aquarelle pour des illustrations rêveuses et poétiques…

Emma Leonard: aquarelles romantiques

A découvrir: l’univers un peu bohême et ultra-romantique de Emma Leonard. Emma manie à la perfection le crayon, l’encre et l’Aquarelle pour des illustrations rêveuses et poétiques…

Nippers052 ittle Adelaide’s Best & Only Boots - a photograph by Horace Warner that Ruth Finken, his daughter, remembers upon the drawing room wall as a child – the Bedford Institute distributed boots to children

Nippers052 ittle Adelaide’s Best & Only Boots - a photograph by Horace Warner that Ruth Finken, his daughter, remembers upon the drawing room wall as a child – the Bedford Institute distributed boots to children

Robert Duncan (1952, American) I have frame copy of this that hang in my craftroom it remind me of me and my baby boy

Robert Duncan (1952, American) I have frame copy of this that hang in my craftroom it remind me of me and my baby boy

Love Jacqueline Kennedy Style! Shop The Jacqueline Kennedy Collection at http://www.thejacquelinekennedycollection.net/

Caroline Kennedy: Through the years - slide 6

Love Jacqueline Kennedy Style! Shop The Jacqueline Kennedy Collection at http://www.thejacquelinekennedycollection.net/

American publisher Sylvia Beach stands in the doorway of her bookshop “Shakespeare & Company”, during the 1920s. The shop gained recognition for being run by the only person willing to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses in the English language and was regarded as a haven for American expatriates during the 1920s and 1930s.

24 Vintage Pictures Of Paris Life In The 1920s

American publisher Sylvia Beach stands in the doorway of her bookshop “Shakespeare & Company”, during the 1920s. The shop gained recognition for being run by the only person willing to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses in the English language and was regarded as a haven for American expatriates during the 1920s and 1930s.

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