A snow angel announcing Christmas

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Camille Pissarro painting “Snow effect at Eragny, Road to Gisors”, Ginger Jackie’s dress and WILHELM SCHWEIZER PEWTER ornaments (angel, shooting stars and street lamp).

A red house in the snow

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Tara Jarmon’s coat, WILHELM SCHWEIZER PEWTER’s angel ornament. The Franco-Danish impressionism painter Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) painted “Chestnut trees at Louveciennes” (1871-1872).

The Snow Goddess Chione draping the Earth with a white coat

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The Franco-Danish impressionism painter Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) painting “Paysage de neige à Eragny avec un pommier” (1895), model wearing an Ulyanna Sergeenko dress, Debenhams’ fir tree decoration, led acrylic reindeer and Wilhelm Schweizer Pewter’s Christmas ornament (shooting star). Chione (or … Continue reading

The orange rising sun lightened and reflected on the sea

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Prada’s dress and detail of the Claude Monet’s painting “Impression, sunrise” (1872). I made two different versions of the set.

The sky adorned with bright colors reflected on the sea

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Delpozo’s dress and Claude Monet’s painting “Sunset at Pourville, open city” in 1882. The French artist (1840-1926) painted many times Pourville. I made a different version of the set. Pourville is a seaside resort in the municipality of Hautot-sur-mer, in … Continue reading

Vintage Halloween illustrations and paintings

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Halloween’s origin dates back to the Ancient Druidic (Celtic) festival of Samhain taking place in Scotland, Wales and Ireland. On the night of October 31, about 2000 years ago, people celebrated Samhain. They believed that the ghosts of the deads … Continue reading

The portrait of Jane Austen

Burberry’s dress and portrait of Jane Austen painted by Ozias Humphry in 1788.
The English writer Jane Austen (1775-1817) wrote six major novels : Sense and sensibility (1811), Pride and prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814), Emma (1815), Persuasion (1817) and Northanger Abbey (1817). She was a major figure of the Regency period (1811-1820).
Sources : Pinterest and republique-des-lettres.com