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Queer postcards




Queer postcards

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  • Archetypes of Jacob’s...
    Jacob’s epoch is a period between 1603 and 1625 years when king Games I ruled in England and Scotland. The name originates from James Jacob so Jacob’s epoch is a descriptive term applied to literature, decorative and applied arts and architecture of the first quarter of 17 century. Particularly it was Shakespeare’s age.
  • Tom Seidmann Freud....
    Tom Seidmann-Freud (born Marta Freud, niece of Sigmund Freud) (1892-1930) was an illustrator and book artist. When she was just twenty two she made verses and prepared illustrations for child songbook (1914). Almost all of her books were destroyed during Nazism period and now they are rare books.
  • Botanic illustrations...
    Georgina Troyer (1855-1928) made over one thousand and eighty hundred detailed and precise representations of plants. She helped her sister Alice who used to write for leading British botanic publications.
  • Chinese Butterfly album
    This album was also created in 19th century probably especially for European judges of oriental arts.
  • A journey from...
    This is mediaeval travel – book, description of German knight Conrad von Gruenberg journey from Constanta to Jerusalem in 1487.
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