#11 Among The First Coloured Pictures Ever Taken By Louis Lumière, 1907

Among The First Coloured Pictures Ever Taken By Louis Lumière, 1907

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Audrey 1 year ago

Looks like a painting of monet

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#12 Two Girls On A Balcony, 1908

Two Girls On A Balcony, 1908

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Ruth Meszaros 1 year ago

What a wonderful snapshot of that moment.

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#13 Young Girl Amidst Marguerites, C. 1912

Young Girl Amidst Marguerites, C. 1912

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Zenozenobee 1 year ago

I love this dress!

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#14 Air Balloons, Paris, 1914

Air Balloons, Paris, 1914

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Simon Gerber 1 year ago

My steampunk heart is melting

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#15 Charlie Chaplin, 1918

Charlie Chaplin, 1918

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Marcus Stützel 1 year ago

I love his amazing speech for humanity in the great dictator <3

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#16 Autochrome Of Mark Twain, 1908

Autochrome Of Mark Twain, 1908

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Sabbie Bradley 1 year ago

I wonder if his eyebrow got in the way of his reading?

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#17 Christina In Red, 1913

Christina In Red, 1913

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#18 Outdoor Market, Paris, 1914

Outdoor Market, Paris, 1914

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Aunt Messy 1 year ago

There are still street markets like this in Paris if you know where to look. They aren't all that hard to find, either. If you see vans parked on the street that have spectacular graffiti all over them, there's a market nearby. The graffiti on the vans gets competitive and some of it is spectacular.

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#19 Woman Smoking Opium, 1915

Woman Smoking Opium, 1915

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Danny Root 1 year ago

Mind if I join you?

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#20 Two Girls In Oriental Costume, 1908

Two Girls In Oriental Costume, 1908

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Michaline Rezler-Morrison 1 year ago

Yes, it is called a costume, Basil Thunder. cos·tume noun noun: costume; plural noun: costumes ˈkäsˌt(y)o͞om/ 1. a set of clothes in a style typical of a particular country or historical period. "authentic Elizabethan costumes" synonyms:outfit, garments, (set of) clothes, ensemble; More dress, clothing, attire, garb, uniform, livery; informalgetup, gear, togs, threads; formalapparel; archaichabit, habiliments, raiment "each contestant wore a costume depicting her state" a set of clothes worn by an actor or other performer for a particular role or by someone attending a masquerade. "a nun's costume" a set of clothes, especially a woman's ensemble, for a particular occasion or purpose; an outfit. verb verb: costume; 3rd person present: costumes; past tense: costumed; past participle: costumed; gerund or present participle: costuming käsˈt(y)o͞om,ˈkäst(y)o͞om,ˈkästəm/ 1. dress (someone) in a particular set of clothes

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