The Artistic Endeavor
wehadfacesthen:

Orchestra Pit, San Francisco Opera House, 1950s, a photo by Fred Lyon

via the-flawless-moon

wehadfacesthen:

Orchestra Pit, San Francisco Opera House, 1950s, a photo by Fred Lyon

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wehadfacesthen:

Painter of the Eiffel Tower, 1953, a photo by Marc Riboud
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wehadfacesthen:

Painter of the Eiffel Tower, 1953, a photo by Marc Riboud

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wehadfacesthen:

An Australian soldier in World War I. Photo taken in 1917.

wehadfacesthen:

An Australian soldier in World War I. Photo taken in 1917.

Art by Tomer Hanuka

Art by Tomer Hanuka

browsethestacks:

Catwomen

Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt And Lee Merriweather

browsethestacks:

Catwomen

Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt And Lee Merriweather

Art by Russell Patterson

Art by Russell Patterson

“Out Of Reach Love” by Jan Van Der Veken

“Out Of Reach Love” by Jan Van Der Veken

Art by Jeremy Sorese

Art by Jeremy Sorese

Art by Natalie Hall

Art by Natalie Hall

blackhistoryalbum:

ART OF THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE | HALE WOODRUFF (1900 - 1980)

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blackhistoryalbum:

I DREAM OF SUMMER | ART OF JONATHAN GREEN

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vintageblackglamour:

Charles “Tarzan” Cooper, shown circa 1939, was a member of the New York Rens basketball team - one of the first all-Black basketball teams in the United States. All-Black teams existed up until around 1950 when the NBA integrated their teams The New-York Historical Society is sponsoring a scholarship contest that was inspired by their upcoming exhibition on The Black Fives, which is about the history of early 20th-century African American basketball teams. Photo: The Black Fives Foundation/New York Historical Society.

vintageblackglamour:

Charles “Tarzan” Cooper, shown circa 1939, was a member of the New York Rens basketball team - one of the first all-Black basketball teams in the United States. All-Black teams existed up until around 1950 when the NBA integrated their teams The New-York Historical Society is sponsoring a scholarship contest that was inspired by their upcoming exhibition on The Black Fives, which is about the history of early 20th-century African American basketball teams. Photo: The Black Fives Foundation/New York Historical Society.

dbookcase:

Artists, Models and MurderTedd SteeleToronto: News Stand Library, 1948
vintagesportspictures:

Heavyweight boxer Max Schmeling (undated)

vintagesportspictures:

Heavyweight boxer Max Schmeling (undated)

oncomics:

thebristolboard:

Original cover paintings by Pat Boyette from all nine issues of Korg: 70,000 B.C., a very underrated artist and series, published by Charlton Comics, May 1975 - November 1976.

Boyette: A journeyman for whom I have a soft spot in my head.