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Portrait of a gentleman, half-length, seated in a red velvet...

Portrait of a gentleman, half-length, seated in a red velvet jacket with a violin. Guillaume Voiriot (French, Oil on canvas. According to a label on the reverse, the painting was once.

Jane Austen - Sense and Sensibility.

***To remember this awesome idea - for our literature-theme, buy wooden plaques, paint them in wedding colors and place love quotes from books on them!

Charming villages, rollings hills and designated 'Romantic Roads'; the Cotswolds are a haven for cheeky breaks away. (Image via Great Little Place on Pinterest)

This is Hoo Lane in Chipping Campden - part of the Cotswold Way, England ,beautiful walking country.

The Mollien Sisters by Rouget from 1811.

Portrait of the Mlles. Mollien by Rouget, 1811 Ah yes, it is fashion day. A Ball Gown ~ April 1811 A white sarsenet or satin.

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Tea Art, Regency Era, Afternoon Tea, Tea Parties, Tea Time, Artsy Fartsy, Girl Talks, Brunches, Rose Buds

mr. green in the conservatory. / sfgirlbybay

INSPIRATION / What a stunning and tranquil Living Room - Loving these soft pastel greens right now!

Rice portrait of Jane Austen

The Rice Portrait, believed to be a painting of Jane Austen as a child, painted by Ozias Humphrey , Attribution of the painting is a matter of ongoing debate and is well-documented!

Glass candleholder with writing from Jane Austen or Charlotte Bronte on the outside. Perfect for a literary / book themed wedding! Light a candle inside, and see the writing cast on your walls! Pride and Prejudice is featured in this picture. Discount on large orders. #JaneAusten #PrideAndPrejudice #Elizabethanddarcy Wedding favor. Party favor.

Glass candleholder with writing from Jane Austen or Charlotte Bronte on the outside. Perfect for a literary / book themed wedding! Light a candle inside, and see the writing cast on your walls! Pride and Prejudice is featured in this picture.

St. Martin's Church, George Scharf 1828. Art. Painting. Olden days.

George Scharf, Chronicler of 19th C. London

Martin's Church Lane ~George Scharf 1828 ~ Looks Like Cecil Street With All Its Gorgeous Bookshops!

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