Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).
Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.
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Gertrude Kasebier , daughter of the photographer Gertrude kasebier at Crecy-en-brie, France
Photographer: Gertrude kasebier
Glass negative, dry plate 8x10 inches, 1894
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by Man Ray – Lee Miller, Juan les Pins, Antibes, France, 1930
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Julia Margaret Cameron; female faces
Ophelia, Study No. 2, 1850
The Mountain Nymph, Sweet Liberty, 1866
Study after the manner of Perugino, 1865
Alice Liddell as St Agnes, 1872
The Rosebud Garden of Girls, 1868
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I saw this in the Ken Burns Documentary Prohibition, and had to make it a gif.
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