watercolor by Baron de Cabrol - from his famous scrapbooks
a reception given by the de Cabrol's, from the scrapbook of the Baron de Cabrol - watercolor & collage
the Duchess of Windsor and Daisey de Cabrol, from the scrapbook of the Baron de Cabrol - watercolor & collage
Gold-stamped arms of Peter Venables Baron Kinderton, surrounded by his name
From Scrapbooks etc by Janna Wilson. I like the simplicity of the page.
Natica Nast (daughter of Condé Nast), Vogue, 1920. Photo by Baron Adolph de Meyer
Nicky Haslam from his book Folly De Grandeur via Lonny, photo by Simon Upton
3D sidewalk chalk illusion! If viewed from a different angle, you would see that it's totally flat! This is by Julian Beever, famous for his art.
so true (quote mirror by scrapbooks, etc.)
Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, Renaissance-style chateau, built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild.
Castles & Chateaux
Robert Doisneau was a French photographer who from the 1930s used a Leica on the streets of Paris. With Henri Cartier-Bresson he was one of the best known pioneers of photojournalism. His most famous photograph is the 1950 image "Le baiser de l'Hôtel de Ville" (The Kiss by the City Hall) - a black and white photo of a couple kissing on a busy Parisian street.
Elizabeth Taylor: by Cecil Beaton, 1971 at the Proust Ball given by Baron and Baroness de Rothschild.
Icons in B&W
The Elements of Style by Professor William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White, his famous student
Robert Doisneau - Le baron William et son laquais (Baron William and his lackey), Paris 1955. S)