A Fairy tale. Published about 1898.
Embroidered Table center by Ann Macbeth. Art nouveau c. 1901.
Fantasy costume of Dione, Mother of Venus by Léon Bakst
‘Fantaisie Sur Le Costume Moderne, Dioné’, By Léon Bakst 1914.
Dione is in Greek mythology, the mother of Aphrodite. In Roman mythology, she is equated with Venus. Or Dione (Greek Διώνη) is in Greek mythology, the daughter of Atlas and the wife of Tantalus, thus the mother of Broteas, Pelops and Niobe.
Art deco, Art nouveau fashion era.
Costume designs for the Russian ballet “Le Dieu Bleu.” by Léon Bakst.
Femme avec Offrande. Un Fakir.
Art deco, Art Nouveau era
Embroidered Fan. Designed by Lilian Archer 1914.
Executed by Alice Archer. Owned by Mrs. Drinkwater. Art deco, Art Nouveau era.
Belle Époque costumes. Society and Spring toilet in 1906.
American stage actress Maude Adams as Peter Pan 1905.
Panel in Gesso and Mother of Pearls by Frederick Marriot.
Art nouveau design for an embroidered chair back by Robert Anning Bell.
Victorian painter Robert Anning Bell 1863–1933 was an English artist, figure painter, sculptor of reliefs, illustrator and designer of mosaics and stained glass most notably for Westminster Cathedral.
Dream Days by Kenneth Grahame 1898
“Dies Irae.” An Illustration to Kenneth Grahame’s “Dream Days.” By Maxfield Parrish. (From the original in the possession of John Lane, Esq.)
” The Broken String of Beats “. Art nouveau illustration by Hede von Trapp 1910s.
Hede von Trapp 1877-1947 was an Austrian poet, painter and graphic artist of the Art Nouveau. The majority of the artistic work of Hede von Trapp consists of literary works. She initially worked exclusively as an author and poet. Her graphic oeuvre is mostly closely thematically related to its literature. Often to play female characters who fight against social conventions, a central role.