Portrait of Antonin Artaud - Eli Lotar (1930)

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Portrait of Edith Sitwell and her brothers - Cecil Beaton (1930)

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chagalov:

Bertold Brecht, 1933 -by Grete Stern  [+]  [+]
from juannaranjo

chagalov:

Bertold Brecht, 1933 -by Grete Stern  [+]  [+]

from juannaranjo

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my1930s:

Joan Crawford


Me, at next years Helen Hayes Awards.

my1930s:

Joan Crawford

Me, at next years Helen Hayes Awards.

(Source: maopr)

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cameronclarke:

obsessedwiththeroyals:

George throwing a bitch to the floor

He will be a ruthless king.

Ok. I’m getting a little obsessed with this baby-maybe-someday-king.

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I was raised among books, making invisible friends in pages that seemed cast from dust and whose smell I carry on my hands to this day.

Carlos Ruiz ZafonThe Shadow Of The Wind (via bookmania)

My life. Thanks to arichardbooks.

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districtofchic:

three friends look down from a balcony in New Orleans, 1960 Ernst Haas

(Source: wildthicket)

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theatergesehen:

Twelfth Night, Residenztheater Munchen

Director: Amelie Niermeyer

Set design envy.

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People might tell you that reading is a way to hide from the world, and sometimes it can be, but in my experience, people who love books are also interested in myriad other things. They love music and movies and travel food and (gasp!) even television. As a friend of mine says, books make you a glutton for life. They show you how much there is to be experienced in the world. So let them do that. Let them make you curious. Let them make you hungry. Let them give you more questions than answers.
Rebecca Schinsky’s 5 Reading Rules for Book Lovers of All Ages on the Reading Rainbow Blog (via sevenletterswithay)
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The Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol.

(Source: modrules)

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What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.
Gabriel García Márquez (via strandbooks)
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What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.
Gabriel García Márquez (via strandbooks)
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