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King George VI and FDR during the Hyde Park weekend

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Siempre.

jbklovesjfk:

"The month before JFK died, Jackie wrote her husband an exquisite, seven-page love letter … she wanted her husband to know how much she cherished their love.” —Laurence Leamer

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tokomon:

"She was art. She was sent to save us…and we destroyed her."
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Sappho, 1921.  Dir. Dimitri Buchowetzki.
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Ziad Nakad Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2014
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Porträt of Madame Récamier (1805). François Gérard (French, 1770-1837). Oil on canvas. Musée Carnavalet, Paris.
Gérard sets the lady in a noble park loggia, where she seems to be inviting to conversation. Her low-cut bodice is seductive, the red curtain flatters the subject and gives the flesh a rosy tint. Gérard embellishes her features with the hint of a gentle smile, making her look younger.