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Tag Archives: 19th Century
Max Jensen: Seagulls over the Waves; I made up the date.
From a letter written by Percy Bysshe Shelley to Thomas Love Peacock, August 1821: Lord Byron gets up at two. I get up, quite contrary to my usual custom…at twelve. After breakfast, we sit talking till six. From six till … Continue reading
I had the earliest dream I can remember, a dream which was to preoccupy me all my life. I was then between three and four years old. The vicarage stood quite alone near Laufen castle, and there was a big … Continue reading
Edward Clifford: Some Have Entertained Angels Unawares (1871) Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. —Hebrews 13:2
William Trost Richards: The Sheepfold, Easton’s Point, Newport (1890)
This model of the moon—made of 116 sections of plaster on a framework of wood and metal—was prepared by Johann Friedrich Julius Schmidt for the Field Columbian Museum in Chicago; the museum was located on the grounds of the World’s … Continue reading
John Constable: Evening Landscape after Rain (c. 1821)