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Source: “Georgian Stripe Eau de Nil” Mugs by Sarah Vernon | Redbubble

Mary, this is the new version in the hope it goes with my sofa and with your living room. (Yes, I remember your comment!) I’ve ordered one and will keep you (and everyone else, probably) posted!

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Source: “Georgian Stripe Eau de Nil” Throw Pillows by Sarah Vernon | Redbubble

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A feast of elements went into creating Regency Rapture. A companion piece to Mademoiselle Couture, it uses the same lady from EKDuncan. The ostrich egg on the base of gilded bronze, an anonymous piece made between 1760 and 1765, is from the Rijksmuseum, which you may recognise from Goose and Frog’s Easter Journey. The vintage advertising comes from The Graphics Fairy and the flourish atop the small ostrich egg duplicate is from Mindy Somers’ Vintage Art Download. I should not forget the green texture background, which is from 2 Lil’ Owls Confetti Collection, as if you hadn’t already guessed!

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Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


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Thomas-Lawrence croftSir Thomas Lawrence, (Isabella) Mrs. Jens Wolff, painted 1803 – 1815.  © The Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kimball Collection.

She sits in profile, rapturously contemplating an art book, brightly illuminated by a hanging lamp, the dark mysterious recesses of an arch behind her. An artist wants a picture to tell its own story; but we, the viewers, the readers, the audience, we lap up gossipy biographical details that add to our emotional titillation. Lawrence and the willowy, poised divorcee, with her distinguished aquiline features and slim modern figure, her intelligent expression and taste in contemporary and Renaissance art (her rapture is ostensibly aroused by studying Michelangelo, not by her consciousness of being studied herself) were bound in a relationship that lasted till his death.

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