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Actress Lila Lee at the beach
1920 S, Lila Lee, Vintage Photos, Movie Stars, At The Beach, Bath Suits, Summer Fun, Bath Beautiful, 1920S
Ms. Lila Lee 1920s. thumb 25 Vintage photos of Summer beach fun
Lila Lee in her bathing suit, 1920s.
vintage everyday: Vintage Snapshots of Summer Fun on the Beach
Heels at the beach? 1920s movie star Lila Lee posing on a beach with a parasol and fabulous swimwear.
1920s bathing beauty Lila Lee in her swimsuit.
Lila Lee, 1920 s
Moulin Rouge Sunday Children's Matinee (1950s)
Red Mill, Rouge Kids, 1950S Unlimited, For Kids, 1950S Paris, Parisians Cabaret, Matinee 1950S, Icons Parisians, Children Matinee
moulin rouge kids
Moulin Rouge Sunday Afternoon Children's Matinee, 1950s.
Moulin Rouge for Kids in 1950s Paris
Moulin Rouge for Kids in 1950s Paris
50S Style, Vintage Photos, Bowls Girls, Vintage Photographers, Black White, Bowls Butt, Photography, Black Woman Vintage, Vintage Bowls
bowling girl 50’s style
Holy Bowling Butt! Get your mind out of the gutter. I give Number Five a Ten!
Vintage photo, 1963
Illuminated tires, 1961
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LIFE Illuminated car tires 1961.
The most stupid inventions - A woman adjusts her stocking by the light of the Goodyear's illuminated tires. The tire is made from a single piece of synthetic rubber and is brightly lit by bulbs mounted inside the wheel rim.
Bring back light up tires! This was a photo from a great series of photos posted by LIFE magazine. Follow link for more: http://www.life.com/gallery/25371/image/50567011/30-dumb-inventions
photography « Tell You (Today): Illuminated tires, LIFE magazine
The Thief of Bagdad
From Th Thief, I Like It, Bagdad 1924, Dansk Jävlarna
"Happiness must be earned": a still from The Thief of Bagdad (1924).
Circus Girls in Sarasota, Florida, ca. 1949
Nina Leen, Vintage Circus Photos, 1949, Girls Generation, Vintage Photographers, Life Magazines, Sarasotacircus Girls, Daily Life, Sarasota Florida
vintage everyday: Daily Life of Circus Girls in Sarasota, Florida, ca. 1949 http://www.vintag.es/2014/01/daily-life-of-circus-girls-in-sarasota.html ~ photographer Nina Leen
LIFE magazine, 1949, photographer - Nina Leen
The Beauty of Death: Catacomb Saints Photographed by Paul Koudounaris history death bones
Skull, Heavens Body, Bones, Beautiful, Art, Paul Koudounaris, Skeletons, Catholic Saint, Catholic Church
When you think of skeletons, the last thing that might come to mind would be ‘bling-bling’. But feast your eyes on this! In the 1578, the remains of many Christian martyrs were discovered in underground tombs under Rome. They were excavated and transported to different Catholic churches, supposedly to replace holy relics that were destroyed […]
Incredible skeletal remains of Catholic saints still dripping in gems and jewellery discovered by 'Indiana Bones' explorer
Saint Valentinus is one of the ten skeletons decorated by the lay brother Adalbart Eder. Valentinus wears a biretta and an elaborate deacon’s cassock to show off his ecclesiastical status. Today, he is housed in Waldsassen Basilica in Germany, along with his nine brethren, from "Heavenly Bodies: Cult Treasures & Spectacular Saints from the Catacombs" by Paul Koudounaris
St. Valentinus (Waldsassen, Germany). Photo by Paul Koudounaris #ossuary #skull #death #macabre
A relic hunter has lifted the lid on a macabre collection of 400-year-old jewel-encrusted skeletons unearthed in churches across Europe. Art historian Paul Koudounaris hunted down and photographed dozens of gruesome skeletons in some of the world’s most secretive religious establishments.
Marilyn Monroe as Theda Bara by Avedon
Richard Avedon, Marilyn Monroe, Theda Bara, Cleopatra, Life Magazines, Marilynmonroe, Norma Jeans, Photos Shoots, Magazines Spreads
Marilyn Monroe being Cleopatra in a 1957 photo shoot recreatment of the Theda Bara's version of Cleopatra. A Life magazine spread photographed by Richard Avedon. And I have the original!
#MarilynMonroe 1958 Life Magazine
Photos, Silent Film, Theda Bara, Vintage Photographers, Bones, Art, Beautiful, Skeletons, Thedabara
Cool vintage photograph
Silent film actress Theda Bara with a skeleton
Theodosia Goodman grew up in Cincinnati among middle-class Jewish immigrants. Then, in 1915, after years as a small-parts actress, she became THE BIGGEST SEX SYMBOL IN THE WORLD. In silent films she embodied the “vamp” — the evil, predatory, possibly supernatural, and certainly FOREIGN woman, who seduces a man with her dark ways, sucks him dry, and leaves him a ruin [see photo!]. Click for an appreciation via TheHairPin, that includes Sarah Bernhardt, orientalism, and THE OTHER..
Theodosia "Theda" Goodman was a nice Jewish girl, born on July 29, 1885 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was the daughter of a prosperous local tailor and his wife. As a teenager, Theda became interested in the theatrical arts. After she finished high school, she attended the University of Cincinnati. Stagestruck, she soon dyed her blonde hair black and left her hometown in search of her dream- to become a famous and successful actress. By 1908, she was in New York, one of countless pretty, young, aspiring actresses, hoping for her big break. That year, she made her official debut in the New York stage play The Devil. In 1911, she joined a touring company. In 1914, she appeared as an extra in the movie The Stain (she was so far in the background she was not noticed). Later that same year, William Fox cast her the 29-year-old hopeful as the lead in an overwrought melodrama called A Fool There Was. A Fool There Was was a film based on a famous Rudyard Kipling poem called The Vampire. It dealt with a femme fatale who, using her feminine wiles, lured men to their destruction. A huge publicity campaign was drummed up by Fox to promote his new film and star. Theda became "Theda Bara" (an anagram for "Arab Death"). Stories were circulated by Fox's press agents, telling of Theda's exotic past, and a nice girl from Cincinnati soon became a notorious "man-killer." This was to be Hollywood's first ever publicity campaign and Theda Bara became Hollywood's first studio-manufactured "star."
Marilyn at Niagara Falls, 1953
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Marylin Monroe at Niagra Falls
ClassicPics @History_Pics 3m Marilyn Monroe in front of Niagara Falls, 1953
Inside a dressing room at the Moulin Rouge, 1924
History, Photos, Dressing Rooms, Paris, Loge Dartist, Red Mill, Vintage, Dresses Room, 1920S
Loge dartistes а lOlympia (Paris), 1913.
1913-1924: Inside a dressing room at the Moulin Rouge, #Paris | #memories #history #vintage
Antique photo: Moulin Rouge dressing room, 1920
The Moulin Rouge dressing room, 1924. #vintage #1920s #France #chorus_line
Nightclub dancer, Beirut, 1966
Vintage Dancers, Beirut Night, Vintage Photos, Artists Photos, Burlesque, Night Club, Dancers 1966, Nightclub Dancers, Photography
Burlesque in a bubble
Beirut night club dancer 1966
Beirut nightclub dancer, 1966
1935: Actress Anita Louise styled as Queen Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Costumes, Fairies, Williams Shakespeare, Black White, Anitaloui, Queens Titania, Midsummer Night Dreams, The Dresses, Anita Louise
Queen Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935). The draping of the dress reminds me of the hanging vines used in the production, could be nice to incorporate it into the dream somehow with a subtle pattern
Anita Louise as Queen Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1935. woodland, fairy, elves, nymph, forest, spring, ice, snow, forest, fancy, dress, outfit,
Anita Louise as Queen Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1935 / costume
Louise Brooks, Ziegfeld Follies 1925
1920 S, Louise Brooks, Fashion, Louis Brooks, Canary Murder, Vintage, Roaring 20S, 1920S, Art Deco
Historical Fashion 5: 1920s. Louis Brooks a famous actress from the 1920s wearing the Bob hairstyle
So art deco... Louise Brooks
1920s fashion - Louise Brooks - The Canary Murder Case
Diamond Dame: vintage fashion, music and lifestyle of the 1920s, 1930s... ❤ liked on Polyvore
Trav'Lin Lights, Night Artprize, Artprize Lights
ArtPrize Lights in the Night...
Lights in the Night ArtPrize no photo shows how magical this really was
Vogue July 1, 1931
Elsa Schiaparelli, Bathing Suits, George Hoyningenhuen, En Vogue, Bath Suits, Fashion Photography, 1931, George Hoyningen Huene, Agneta Fischer
Edward STEICHEN :: Agneta Fischer is wearing a hand-knit bathing suit by Elsa Schiaparelli, 1931.
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Vintage star goddess post card
Under a starry sky…
Vintage goddess post card
A Polar Bear's Tale
Marlon Brando and cat
Vinyls, Classic Movie, American Actor, Famous People, Movie Stars, Marlonbrando, Marlon Brando, Kitty, White Cat
- Marlon Brando at home playing records - #music #celebrity #records #vinyl #marlonbrando #musiccelebrity http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/musical-celebrity-%2B/
Kitty, Vinyl, and Marlon Brando
vintage everyday: Famous People With Vinyl Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando | Classic Movie Stars Spending Time With Their Pets
Marlon Brando and his white cat.
Marlon Brando – North American actor b.1924 - 2004
Sophia Loren at home, Rome, 1964
Italian Villas, Vintage Home, Sophia Loren, Life Magazines, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bedrooms, 1964, Classic Portraits, Sophialoren
Sophia Loren's 50 rooms Rome villa featured in Life magazine 1964. Photos by Alfred Eisenstaedt
LIFE With Sophia Loren: Rare and Classic Portraits of a Film Legend | LIFE.com 1964: In her Italian villa
Sophia Loren in her bedroom at home in her Italian Villa, 1964. Photo by Alfred Eisenstadt
vintage homes in Italy | Sophia+Loren+in+Italy,+1964+(1).jpg
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Sophia Loren in her Italian villa, 1964 [Oh my... this is really Rococo]
Max Factor's "Beauty Micrometer," 1930s
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vintage photo 1934 Max Factor demonstrates his “scientific device” the Beauty Micrometer which detects defects in feminine beauty that are imperceptible to the naked eye.
#MaxFactor's #BeautyMicrometer | Retronaut OMG this is so beyond . this device was invented in 1934 to measure actors faces for flaws … that couldn't be seen by the naked eye by makeup men!!! Brilliant!!!!
|| Max Factor’s Beauty Micrometer, 1934... WTF did this medieval torture device do that helped ANYONE better understand beauty products?
13 Sadistic Women's Beauty Treatments Straight Out Of A Horror Movie
1934 Max Factor's Beauty Micrometer detects defects in feminine beauty imperceptible to the naked eye. Photo credit unknown.
19th Century Academic Atelier
Artists, Art Schools, 19Th Century, Of Beauxart, Vintage Art, Art Illustration, Fine Art, French Words, Male Models
+ vintage art class+
Art School in 19th Century
Atelier is the French word for "workshop", and in English is used principally for the workshop of an artist in the fine or decorative arts, where a principal master and a number of assistants, students and apprentices worked together producing pieces that went out in the master's name.
Male model at a french art school 1900
Academic Nudes of the 19th Century: The Atelier Method or What You Don't and Won't Learn at University Art Schools.
Art Libraries, Hungarian Dancers, Fine Art, Dancers Nikolska, Mona Paeva, Parthenon Dancers, Greek Photographers, Γυμνής Φωτογράφισης, Acropolis Photos
Mona Paeva Nude on the Acropolis photo by Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari aka Nelly’s 1929
The Hungarian dancer Nikolska at the Parthenon, Athens, 1929 (b/w photo) by Greek Photographer (20th Century) Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece/ The Bridgeman Art Library
Η ιστορία της γυμνής φωτογράφισης στην Ακρόπολη το 1928. - RETRONAUT - LiFO
Sargent painting Carnation Lily Lily Rose
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John Singer Sargent, Painting Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose at Broadway, Fogg Art Museum, Boston . Gift of Mrs. Francis Ormond, 19184.108.40.206.A
"Rapin," from the French "Women of the Future" photo series, 1902. If they only knew.
The Woman, Woman, Heart Vintage, 1902 Les, Artists Women, Future 1902, De Lavenir, Bergeret 12, French Postcards
Les Femmes de lAvenir 1902 les femmes de lavenir phototypie bergeret 12 photo histoire featured
French postcard, 1902: Women of the Future: Artist
Artist Women of the Future, 1902 - Retronaut
Retronaut - 1902: Women of the Future
Brigitte at Cannes, 1953