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A curator of old stuff.
The Buzza Company is one of the best known producer of framed gift mottos. The company peaked in the late 1920s. They closed in 1942. Today these framed mottos are highly collectable.

The Buzza Company is one of the best known producer of framed gift mottos. The company peaked in the late 1920s. They closed in 1942. Today these framed mottos are highly collectable.

Find your next treasure at Deullinique

Find your next treasure at Deullinique

nitratediva:

I am very sad to report that Carla Laemmle, one of our last direct links to the world of silent cinema, has passed away at 104.
Born in 1909 with the given name Rebecca, she later changed her name to Carla. The niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, she danced as the prima ballerina in The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and spoke the first line of dialogue in the first sound horror film, Dracula (1931). May she rest in peace and be forever remembered.

nitratediva:

I am very sad to report that Carla Laemmle, one of our last direct links to the world of silent cinema, has passed away at 104.

Born in 1909 with the given name Rebecca, she later changed her name to Carla. The niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, she danced as the prima ballerina in The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and spoke the first line of dialogue in the first sound horror film, Dracula (1931). May she rest in peace and be forever remembered.

(via toshiromifunes)

loverofbeauty:

In 1692 an artist known only as

A. Boogert” 

mixed and described every color imaginable

in an 800-page book. Not only would he begin

the book with a bit about the use of color

in painting, but would go on to explain

how to create certain hues and change the tone

by adding one, two, or three parts of water. 

(via the-paintrist)

the-paintrist:

predecessors:

Henri Evenepoel was a Belgian painter who liked to experiment with his camera, and is pictured here taking a selfie. 1898.

Henri-Jacques-Edouard Evenepoel (3 October 1872, Nice – 27 December 1899, Paris) was a Belgian artist whose most important works are associated with Fauvism.
Evenepoel first studied art in Brussels at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts between 1889 and 1890, and entered Paris’s Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1892. Evenepoel entered the atelier of Gustave Moreau in 1893, which put him in contact with Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Albert Marquet, Edgar Maxence, Charles Milcendeau, and Léon Printemps.
The artist debuted a portrait of his cousin (Louise in Mourning) at the 1894 Salon des Artistes Français. He showed four portraits at the Salon du Champ-de-Mars in 1895 and continued to exhibit there until his death. His first solo exhibition came at the Brussels Cercle Artistique (December 1897 – January 1898). Family and friends were the artist’s preferred subjects; his full-length portraits, often against a neutral background, show the influence of Édouard Manet and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. His Parisian scenes were influenced by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Jean-Louis Forain. Though his early scenes had a somber palette, his paintings while in Algeria (where he first wintered during his solo exhibition) were very different in style, anticipating the bold colours of Fauvism (e.g., Orange Market, Blidah).
Evenepoel died of typhus in Paris at the age of 27.

the-paintrist:

predecessors:

Henri Evenepoel was a Belgian painter who liked to experiment with his camera, and is pictured here taking a selfie. 1898.

Henri-Jacques-Edouard Evenepoel (3 October 1872, Nice – 27 December 1899, Paris) was a Belgian artist whose most important works are associated with Fauvism.

Evenepoel first studied art in Brussels at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts between 1889 and 1890, and entered Paris’s Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1892. Evenepoel entered the atelier of Gustave Moreau in 1893, which put him in contact with Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Albert Marquet, Edgar Maxence, Charles Milcendeau, and Léon Printemps.

The artist debuted a portrait of his cousin (Louise in Mourning) at the 1894 Salon des Artistes Français. He showed four portraits at the Salon du Champ-de-Mars in 1895 and continued to exhibit there until his death. His first solo exhibition came at the Brussels Cercle Artistique (December 1897 – January 1898). Family and friends were the artist’s preferred subjects; his full-length portraits, often against a neutral background, show the influence of Édouard Manet and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. His Parisian scenes were influenced by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Jean-Louis Forain. Though his early scenes had a somber palette, his paintings while in Algeria (where he first wintered during his solo exhibition) were very different in style, anticipating the bold colours of Fauvism (e.g., Orange Market, Blidah).

Evenepoel died of typhus in Paris at the age of 27.

books0977:

Alla with illustrator in House of Dior, 1954. Photo by Mark Shaw.
Captured here inside the Dior flagship is star model Alla, decked out in Dior’s evening finery called Artamène. She is being sketched by Carl Erickson, best known as Eric, for American Vogue. 

books0977:

Alla with illustrator in House of Dior, 1954. Photo by Mark Shaw.

Captured here inside the Dior flagship is star model Alla, decked out in Dior’s evening finery called Artamène. She is being sketched by Carl Erickson, best known as Eric, for American Vogue. 

martinlkennedy:

1974 promotional comic book Our Spaceship Earth by the Florida Power & Light Company. Mixed messages on the front cover!

martinlkennedy:

1974 promotional comic book Our Spaceship Earth by the Florida Power & Light Company. Mixed messages on the front cover!