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  • Olissima Gallery

    History of Art: Art Nouveau - Alphonse Mucha

  • Giga Eyes

    Sarah Bernhardt ca. 1884-1900, in character as the Empress Theodora in Sardou’s ], photo William Downey

  • BlowDry on the Fly

    Sarah Bernhardt. 1844-1923. "The Divine Sarah", as she became known, was arguably the most famous actress of the 19th century. Here she poses in character as the Empress Theodora in Sardou's "Theodora" #blowdryonthefly.com #blowdryonthefly #weddinghair #bridalhair #weddingstylist #hairstylist #nyc #bridalstylist #sessionstylist #editorial #editorialstylist

  • Jackie Tadéoni

    ♕ Vintage Costume Variations ♕ Sarah Bernhardt, in character as the Empress Theodora in Sardou’s “Theodora”

  • Mona Bone Jakon

    ca. 1884-1900, [albumen portrait of actress Sarah Bernhardt, in character as the Empress Theodora in Sardou’s “Theodora”], William Downey

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