Clarisse Sterling

Clarisse Sterling

Clarisse Sterling
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Farmhouse Style

Vintage French Soul ~ nice set up.


wlopwangling: “ Ceremonial by wlop Ceremonial dress design for princess Aeolian (Ghostblade) The original file and painting process video will be provided to supporters on my.

First-class suite aboard the Titanic. The suite where Isidor Strauss, (1845-1912), and his wife stayed, while onboard the ship. ~ Strauss was an American Gilded Age businessman, and co-owner of Macy's Department Store.  ~ Both Strauss, and his wife Ida Strauss, perished aboard the RMS Titanic, c.1912. Pictured here; the remnants of their once elegant first-class suite. A gold clock is still visible on the mantel, of the electric powered fireplace. ~ {cwlyons}  ~ (Image: National Geographic)

A gilded clock rests intact on an electric fireplace in the elegant Straus suite of the Titanic.

Stained glass windows survive from the Titanic spa.

The Turkish Bath, inside the Titanic. Ceramic tiles framed in durable teak shimmer in the first-class spa. This "photo" of the sunken Turkish Bath on the Titanic was created by Ken Marschall by stithing together muliple video frames.

Horloge Musée d'Orsay

/ Photo "Timing is everything" by Conor Musgrave. Montmartre through the Musee D'Orsay

'The less there is of eloquence,     the more there is of love.'    - Charles Perrault    The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods -   by Louis Sussmann-Hellborn (1828- 1908); Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

Sleeping Beauty by Louis Sussmann-Hellborn, 1878 Alte Nationalgalerie Berlin


A pleurant (French) or "weeper" (in English) was a statue that was meant to mourn eternally at the grave of a loved one. Veiled woman photo by Irene Spadacin taken in Verano Monumental Cemetery, Rome, ITALY


Design Toscano Resting Grace Sitting Angel Sculpture - Large - Whether on a decorative plinth or stair step, the Design Toscano Resting Grace Sitting Angel Sculpture - Large adds majestic charm. This resting.


A pleurant statue in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris. Pleurant (French) or "weeper" statues represent the eternal grief at the loss of a loved one. I have long been fascinated by the depth and detail that goes into cemetery statuary.