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:::::::::::: Antique Photograph :::::::::::: Victorian young woman writing at desk // she resembles my momma

Beatrix Potter - A Journal

Beatrix Potter - A Journal (published book)

Rex Whistler and Edith Oliver, Ashcombe House, Wiltshire. (c) The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby's

Rex Whistler and Edith Oliver, Ashcombe House, Wiltshire. (c) The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby's

Cecil Beaton grew scarlet colored geraniums- and lots of them- at Reddish House

Bench seat for conservatory.Garden room at Reddish House,the home of Cecil Beaton

Cecil Beaton Interior

Interior shot of Reddish House, the home of Cecil Beaton

CB watercolour of Ashcombe, from 'Ashcombe - the story of a fifteen year lease' first edition

Cecil Beaton watercolor of Ashcombe, from 'Ashcombe - the story of a fifteen year lease' first edition

Cecil Beaton, Leaving Covent Garden Opera, 'My Fair Lady' Costumes

A Look Back at the Costumes From 'My Fair Lady'

"My Fair Lady" - Act I Opening - Cecil Beaton, Costume Design

Antique Victorian Album

Antiques Off Broadway, Victorian celluloid album with dual figural scenery and lush roses 1890 - Victorian celluloid photograph albums, antique celluloid albums and dresser boxes.

Pavlova by Cecil Beaton, based on a 1914 photograph of the dancer.

Pavlova by Cecil Beaton, based on a 1914 photograph of the dancer.

Cecil Beaton sketches

Cecil Beaton with his sketches

Modess ... because, at the back door of Reddish House

Johnson & Johnson’s famous “Modess Because” ad campaigns, which ran in magazines from 1948 through to the gorgeous, high-fashion, couture-themed ads featured a grand role-call of the great vintage supermodels of the day

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (1960). Illustrator - Cecil Beaton

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Illustrator - Cecil Beaton

Portrait Of Ina Claire By Cecil Beaton | From a unique collection of paintings at http://www.1stdibs.com/art/paintings/

A charming portrait of the American stage and screen actress Ina Claire by Cecil Beaton. This beautiful watercolour portrait formerly hung in the home

The set design for 'The Gainsborough Girls'

The set design for 'The Gainsborough Girls' by Sir Cecil Barton

Cecil Beaton - The Countess at Home

Cecil Beaton - The Countess at Home; Medium: pencil, black ink, watercolour and bodycolour;

Tallulah Bankhead, 1932, via Bart Boehlerts Beautiful Things: October 2011

Tallulah Bankhead, via Bart Boehlerts Beautiful Things: October 2011

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