Throughout the Dark Months of April and May

I want to live inside a Pre-Raphaelite painting or a Cocteau Twins' album and never let go of my flower wreaths and lacy veils.

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brudesworld:

The Prophetess Libuse by Karel Vitezslav Masek, 1893
My Delineated Life

Claude Monet’s “Misty Morning on the Seine in Blue.”
brudesworld:

Circe the Enchantress by Edmund Dulac (L’Illustration magazine, 1911)
mouthoftheforest:

Alan Lee
artiebagagli:

Julius Leblanc Stewart - The Glade (1900)
historical-nonfiction:

Paris, at the fin de siècle, taken close to 1907. It was printed in color by a technique involving a composite of black and white emulsion passed through a series of colored filters (red, blue and green).
funeral-wreaths:

Jane Morris photographed by John R. Parsons on June 7th 1865
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