La Vie Parisienne 1920

La Vie Parisienne is a French weekly magazine founded in 1863 and popular at the start of the century. It was originally intended as a guide to upper class and artistic life in Paris, but it soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.

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Chéri Herouard

Chéri Herouard

Maa Ugra Tara is the tutelary deity of Eastern Ganga dynasty Gajapati kings. Her ancient temple lies 65 kilometers from Bhubaneswar. The icon of Mother Tara is Chaturbhuja, holding potent weapons in her hands. She is very popular as Ugra Tara due to her fierce aspect, but benevolent to the adorers.

Nepal, Himalayas The Hindu Goddess Ugratara (Violent Tara), century Painting; Watercolor, Opaque watercolor on paper Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Georges Léonnec  (1881 – 1940). La Vie Parisienne, 15 Juillet 1917. [Pinned 3-ii-2015]

Georges Léonnec (1881 – 1940). La Vie Parisienne, 15 Juillet 1917. [Pinned 3-ii-2015]

Illustration by Vald’Es for La Vie Parisienne magazine, 1926

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Georges Léonnec (1881 – 1940). La Vie Parisienne, 1923. [Pinned 1-viii-2015]

Georges Léonnec (1881 – 1940). La Vie Parisienne, 1923. [Pinned 1-viii-2015]

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