Illustrations of a world in eternal summer by Italian artist Umberto Brunelleschi. Living from 1879 to 1949 he dressed up magazine covers, costumes for plays and fairy tales all in glorious shades and wondrous imaginings.

Sketch for the character of "Pedrolino"  for a production of  "Commedia Dell'Arte". ca. 1914.
Sketch for the character of “Pedrolino” for a production of “Commedia Dell’Arte”. ca. 1914. Ink, watercolor and gouache. Image source: Childs Gallery, Boston. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died before 1948. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pedrolino,_from_Commedia_Dell%27Arte_by_Umberto_Brunelleschi.jpg.
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Sketch of a costume for a production of “Sheherezade”. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died before 1948. via https://matouenpeluche.typepad.com/matouenpeluche/2011/09/umberto-brunelleschi.html.
Illustration from "Contes du Temps Jadis". 1912.
Illustration from “Contes du Temps Jadis”. 1912. Published by l’édition d’art H. Piazza, Paris. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died before 1948. via https://www.nocloo.com/umberto-brunelleschi-contes-du-temps-jadis-1912/.
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