Beauty And The Muse
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  1.   mudwerks:

Renée Perle, 1930 (by dovima_is_devine_II)

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    mudwerks:

    Renée Perle, 1930 (by dovima_is_devine_II)

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  2.   startwithsunset:

Ernest Chiriaka (1913 - 2010)

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    startwithsunset:

    Ernest Chiriaka (1913 - 2010)

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  3.   Zoltan Glass

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    Zoltan Glass

  4.   Shiaparelli Advertisement 1940s

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    Shiaparelli Advertisement 1940s

  5.   Hollywood, California
1949

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    Hollywood, California

    1949

  6.   Illustration by George Leonnec
For La Vie Parisienne
May 1936

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    Illustration by George Leonnec

    For La Vie Parisienne

    May 1936

  7.   Bunny Yaeger
'Bettie Page'
1954

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    Bunny Yaeger

    'Bettie Page'

    1954

  8.   Gil Elvgren
'Surprising Catch'

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    Gil Elvgren

    'Surprising Catch'

  9.   From ‘The American Venus’
1926

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    From ‘The American Venus’

    1926

  10.   Art by David Wright

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    Art by David Wright

  11.   hollyhocksandtulips:

Eeny, meeny, miny mo

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    hollyhocksandtulips:

    Eeny, meeny, miny mo

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  12.   Gil Elvgren
'Nymph'

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    Gil Elvgren

    'Nymph'

  13.   gameraboy:

Satin Swimgirl by pinup_girlz on Flickr.

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    gameraboy:

    Satin Swimgirl by pinup_girlz on Flickr.

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  14.   Illustration by George Leonnec
For La Vie Parisienne
August 1925

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    Illustration by George Leonnec

    For La Vie Parisienne

    August 1925

  15.  
    She watched the gap between ship and shore grow to a huge gulf. Perhaps this was a little like dying, the departed no longer visible to the others, yet both still existed, only in different worlds.
    –  Susan Wiggs, The Charm School