Illustrator Imon

Illustrator Imon

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The use of light and a pastel cooler palette in Tom’s work is reminiscent of American illustration from the 1950's and ‘60s.

The use of light and a pastel cooler palette in Tom’s work is reminiscent of American illustration from the 1950's and ‘60s.

. Artist: Gaetan Weltzer

. Artist: Gaetan Weltzer

子どものためにお弁当を可愛く作ってあげたくても、キャラ弁は難しすぎる…。そんな方の救世主となる簡単&可愛いデコおかずが今話題です。その名も「ちくわ鳥」!子どもが絶対喜ぶ可愛いレシピです。

子どものためにお弁当を可愛く作ってあげたくても、キャラ弁は難しすぎる…。そんな方の救世主となる簡単&可愛いデコおかずが今話題です。その名も「ちくわ鳥」!子どもが絶対喜ぶ可愛いレシピです。

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A gouache painting signed by Riza-yi Abbasi. This painting provides an insight into several aspects of art and society at the Safavid court in the The young man reading embodies the fashion of the day

late 16 c. Northeast Iran. Portrait of a beautiful Zulaykha wearing a white coat decorated with figural representations in blue surrounded by flowering plants and trees, and geometric patterned garments and holding a flower in her left hand and a white floral cloth purse in her right hand, with gold and polychrome rules on scrolling floral margins on white ground. | Christies

Northeast Iran, Portrait of a beautiful Zulaykha wearing a white coat decorated with figural representations, flowering plants and trees, and geometric patterned garments, late 16 c.

jeannepompadour: Illustrations from the Ottoman Rålamb Costume...

Woman in bathing pattens (shoes) called nalin. The 'Rålamb Costume Book' is a small volume containing 121 miniatures in Indian ink with gouache and some gilding, displaying Turkish officials, occupations and folk types.

Çerkez Kadın-1620-Turkey-British Library This also looks like Claes Rålambs costumebook Perhaps this Miniatures were sold back then and Claes Rålamb bought as many as he could find?

Çerkez Library This also looks like Claes Rålambs costumebook Perhaps this Miniatures were sold back then and Claes Rålamb bought as many as he could find?