venusmilk: 1921 Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (Australian illustrator, 1888-1960) ~ Anne Rides on a Nautlis Shell

venusmilk: 1921 Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (Australian illustrator, 1888-1960) ~ Anne Rides on a Nautlis Shell

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windypoplarsroom: 1921 John Humski (German, 1895-1985) ~ Rabbits, Bird and Boy

windypoplarsroom: 1921 John Humski (German, 1895-1985) ~ Rabbits, Bird and Boy

yama-bato: 1921 Kawase Hasui (Japanese, 1883-1957) ~ Evening Shower, Teradomari; medium original Japanese woodblock print

yama-bato: 1921 Kawase Hasui (Japanese, 1883-1957) ~ Evening Shower, Teradomari; medium original Japanese woodblock print

yama-bato: 1921 Hedley Fitton (English, 1857-1929) ~ West Front, Strasbourg Cathedral
1921 Washington, D.C., USA ~ “Salvation Army House girls.” 
Babe Ruth says: “A Home Run for the Salvation Army Home Service Fund means at least a dollar from you and a dollar from me. Let’s bat a thousand per cent in this shop right now.” National Photo Company Collection glass negative via

1921 Washington, D.C., USA ~ “Salvation Army House girls.”

Babe Ruth says: “A Home Run for the Salvation Army Home Service Fund means at least a dollar from you and a dollar from me. Let’s bat a thousand per cent in this shop right now.” National Photo Company Collection glass negative via

madamescherzo: porentreletras: oldbookillustrations: 1921 Arthur Rackham (English, 1867-1939) ~ Frontispiece, A Dish of Apples by Eden Phillpotts; London via archive.org

madamescherzoporentreletrasoldbookillustrations: 1921 Arthur Rackham (English, 1867-1939) ~ Frontispiece, A Dish of Apples by Eden Phillpotts; London via archive.org

indigodreams: printsandthings: 1921  A.E. (André Edouard) Marty (French, 1882-1974) ~ Au Loup! 
Hand coloured fashion pochoir from La Gazette Du Bon Ton, Issue #4, Plate 26. Almost a pas de deux, the figures seem to jump right out of the frame in this dramatic rendering for the House of Rodier.

indigodreamsprintsandthings: 1921  A.E. (André Edouard) Marty (French, 1882-1974) ~ Au Loup! 

Hand coloured fashion pochoir from La Gazette Du Bon Ton, Issue #4, Plate 26. Almost a pas de deux, the figures seem to jump right out of the frame in this dramatic rendering for the House of Rodier.

thomerama: 1921 Sergei Arsenevich (Russian 1869-1938) ~ The Porch

thomerama: 1921 Sergei Arsenevich (Russian 1869-1938) ~ The Porch

missfolly: 1921 Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan (Uncle Fester) ~ The Kid

missfolly: 1921 Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan (Uncle Fester) ~ The Kid

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rosebiar: 1921 Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (Australian 1888-1960) ~ Anne Plays the Pipes

rosebiar: 1921 Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (Australian 1888-1960) ~ Anne Plays the Pipes

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stilllifequickheart: 1921 Paul-Cesar Helleu (French 1859-1927) ~ Dejeuner au Ritz

stilllifequickheart: 1921 Paul-Cesar Helleu (French 1859-1927) ~ Dejeuner au Ritz

thetranscendentalmodernist: ca 1921 William Russell Flint (Scottish 1880-1969) ~ Le Morte D’Arthur

thetranscendentalmodernist: ca 1921 William Russell Flint (Scottish 1880-1969) ~ Le Morte D’Arthur

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thomerama: 1921 Lucien Jonas (French 1880-1947) ~ Terrace in Villiers

thomerama: 1921 Lucien Jonas (French 1880-1947) ~ Terrace in Villiers

artemisdreaming: 
1921 Léon Bakst (Russian 1866-1924) ~ Costume design for a courtier in The Sleeping Princess, watercolor. 
The Sleeping Princess, a Financial Disaster Described as a “gorgeous calamity” by critics, The Sleeping Princess ran for 115 performances but nearly bankrupted Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.
To finance the lavish production envisioned by Diaghilev, the Alhambra Company gave him an advance against box office receipts of nearly ₤20,000. When Diaghilev could not pay back the loan, a legal battle ensued and the sets and costumes were impounded.
The Ballets Russes was barred from performing in England until late 1924. (The Sleeping Princess: music by Petr Ilich Tchaikovsky, partly reorchestrated by Igor Stravinsky; sets and costumes by Léon Bakst; choreography by Marius Petipa, with additional dances by Bronislava Nijinska; premiere on November 2, 1921, Alhambra Theatre, London.) 

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1921 Léon Bakst (Russian 1866-1924)Costume design for a courtier in The Sleeping Princess, watercolor. 

The Sleeping Princess, a Financial Disaster Described as a “gorgeous calamity” by critics, The Sleeping Princess ran for 115 performances but nearly bankrupted Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.

To finance the lavish production envisioned by Diaghilev, the Alhambra Company gave him an advance against box office receipts of nearly ₤20,000. When Diaghilev could not pay back the loan, a legal battle ensued and the sets and costumes were impounded.

The Ballets Russes was barred from performing in England until late 1924. (The Sleeping Princess: music by Petr Ilich Tchaikovsky, partly reorchestrated by Igor Stravinsky; sets and costumes by Léon Bakst; choreography by Marius Petipa, with additional dances by Bronislava Nijinska; premiere on November 2, 1921, Alhambra Theatre, London.) 

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fyeahclassicart:1921 Maxfield Parrish (American 1870-1966) ~ Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

fyeahclassicart:1921 Maxfield Parrish (American 1870-1966) ~ Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

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