Lovely!On another note, is that actually a Bauer? I'm not familiar with that piece. I know it's signed Bauer, but it doesn't look like Bauer (the face isn't typical, for example) except as an amalgamation of Bauer motifs -just curious where it came from.
Hi Marc! Apparently it's a piece by Bauer entitled "The Princess in the Forest"The original was sold at Sotheby's: http://www.sothebys.com/en/catalogues/ecatalogue.html/2008/19th-century-european-art-including-the-orientalist-sale-n08431#/r=/en/ecat.fhtml.N08431.html+r.m=/en/ecat.lot.N08431.html/213/
Hey :) I like you blog and I just wanted to mention we did a 'History' photoshoot the other day and one of the girls had Angelica Kaufmann - she cought her air quite well. In case you wanna ckeck it out :)http://paperkay.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-history-photoshoot.html
Just spotted a race wear dress in a lovely blue and white William Morris wallpaper print http://blogs-admin.asos.com/images/superstyling/asos3.jpeg?sfvrsn=0
Hi Pix! I love that!! She did do an excellent job.Merriam, love that find!!
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