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Baroness Olga de Meyer, 1905. She was best known as the wife of photographer Adolph de Meyer and was rumoured to be the natural daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. After 1916 she preferred to be known as Mahrah de Meyer. She also was muse and model to many artists, among them Jacques-Émile Blanche, James McNeill Whistler, James Jebusa Shannon, Giovanni Boldini, Walter Sickert, John Singer Sargent, and Paul César Helleu // Photo by Baron Adolph de Meyer

Baroness Olga de Meyer, 1905. She was best known as the wife of photographer Adolph de Meyer and was rumoured to be the natural daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. After 1916 she preferred to be known as Mahrah de Meyer. She also was muse and model to many artists, among them Jacques-Émile Blanche, James McNeill Whistler, James Jebusa Shannon, Giovanni Boldini, Walter Sickert, John Singer Sargent, and Paul César Helleu // Photo by Baron Adolph de Meyer

PaperWhimsy :: Hybrid Images-Digital Artists :: Beautiful Faces :: All Beautiful Faces :: Single 30a PNG

PaperWhimsy :: Hybrid Images-Digital Artists :: Beautiful Faces :: All Beautiful Faces :: Single 30a PNG

vogue fashion 1957 | Love both of these swimsuits, I think that white one would flatten my ...

vogue fashion 1957 | Love both of these swimsuits, I think that white one would flatten my ...

Charles-Alexandre Giron,  La Femme aux gants, dite La Parisienne, 1883. Paris, Musée du Petit-Palais.

Charles-Alexandre Giron, La Femme aux gants, dite La Parisienne, 1883. Paris, Musée du Petit-Palais.

Sisters -  the seated girl is either deceased or near death with illness. The standing sister is holding her hand up, not holding hands with her.

Sisters - the seated girl is either deceased or near death with illness. The standing sister is holding her hand up, not holding hands with her.

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