Watercolors of interior spaces by American illustrator Jeremiah Goodman. Living from 1922 to 2017, he he worked as an illustrator for Lord and Taylor, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, along with creating the monthly covers of Interior Design Magazine.
Imagery, watercolors from a set of four Art Deco fashion sketchbooks kept by “Ernest”. 1915-1930 ish. No further information available but lots of fun.
Up into the Arctic and down to the Antarctic with English watercolorist Charles Hamilton Smith who was also a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Artillery. Living from 1776 to 1859, he painted what he saw as he traveled around the world during his military career.
Live like the Prince Regent at least until supper time. Plates from W. H. Pyne’s work “The history of the royal residences of Windsor Castle, Saint James’s Palace, Carlton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House, and Frogmore” which was published between 1816 and 1819. These being from Volume I of three.
Peeking into a vanished world. Watercolors of rooms in the Yusupov dacha in Tsarkoe Selo outside Saint Petersburg. From 1872.
Crowd scenes with everyone decked out in their best clothes by French artist Eugène Louis Lami. Living from 1800 to 1890 he also illustrated books and painted people one at a time but I like these best.
New post available in my public (free) Karl Friedrich Schinkel winter series on my patreon.com page
right here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/23794847
Four images this week and each week until the end of January when a new series will start to run another two months.
More posts at the three subscription levels by January 15th should you be interested in supporting my work and able to do so. But please check out the images. They are great! Sarah.