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The Book Worm, 1850 by Spitzweg Carl 1808 - 1885 German romanticist painter and poet, oil on canvas ~ via  Painting Reproductions

The Book Worm, 1850 - Oil Painting Reproduction

German Romanticist painter/poet Carl Spitzweg's famous satirical painting “The Bookworm," originally published by the Etchcraft Company.

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In Doug Knutson's print JURIS PRUDENCE a vintage lawyer's desk reflects a simpler time--a few law books, reading glasses, a gavel, and an oil lantern by which to work. Lady Justice reminds the lawyer

Doug Knutson Juris Prudence

In Doug Knutson's print JURIS PRUDENCE a vintage lawyer's desk reflects simpler times-few law books, reading glasses, a gavel, an oil lantern by which to work.

Captivated by Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel (French, 1839-1890)

“ Captivated Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel (French, Lesrel was greatly influenced by Meissonier, adopting his highly detailed and finished style.

The Book Worm, about 1850 Art Print at AllPosters.com

The Book Worm, about 1850

Carl Spitzweg The Book Worm - Carl Spitzweg painting in my site, painting Authorized official website

“It’s I, your uncle Scrooge. I have come to dinner. Will you let me in, Fred?” - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1843

“It’s I, your uncle Scrooge. I have come to dinner. Will you let me in, Fred?” - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Arthur Rackham, 1915

with the help of books, I stand on top of the world and travel to distant places

One Thousand Stories High/Lori Preusch- "An Enemy of the People" (Petra) Good thing she has her giraffe or she would feel really lonely up there.

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