“I can’t stand to think my life is going so fast and I’m not really living it.”

Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises (via pepesilvvia)

vintagegal:

Photo by Charles W. Cushman 1944

vintagegal:

Photo by Charles W. Cushman 1944

sheisasilentfilm:

David Bowie ❤ Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid

sheisasilentfilm:

David Bowie ❤ Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid

wehadfacesthen:

Kim Novak , Frank Sinatra , Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart

Probably 1955
via lapitiedangereuse

wehadfacesthen:

Kim Novak , Frank Sinatra , Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart

via lapitiedangereuse

in-the-quietest-moments:

roger hodgson during asylum!

in-the-quietest-moments:

roger hodgson during asylum!

ledzepppelin:

50 years ago, Donovan was beginning his career as a musician by making a demo tape for Pye Records, which was later released (40 years later) under the title "Sixty Four" 
Here is a rare photo of Donovan in the studio in 1964

ledzepppelin:

50 years ago, Donovan was beginning his career as a musician by making a demo tape for Pye Records, which was later released (40 years later) under the title "Sixty Four" 

Here is a rare photo of Donovan in the studio in 1964

thepieshops:

A Portrait of a Portrait
Portrait. Jackson Square. New Orleans, 1959. Photo by Charles Cushman

thepieshops:

A Portrait of a Portrait

Portrait. Jackson Square. New Orleans, 1959.
Photo by Charles Cushman

wehadfacesthen:

Judith Anderson tormenting Joan Fontaine in Rebecca  (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940)
via zombie-peanut

wehadfacesthen:

Judith Anderson tormenting Joan Fontaine in Rebecca  (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940)

via zombie-peanut

gunde1resim:

Ressam : Alfred Sisley (1839-1899)
Resmin Adi : Snow at Louveciennes (1878)
Nerede. :  Orsay, Paris, Fransa
Boyutu : 61 cm x 50,5 cm
İngiliz izlenimci ressam Sisley, Paris’te doğdu. İngiltere’ye yaptığı seyahatler dışında hep Fransa’da yaşadı. Fransız vatandaşı olmak istedi ama reddedildi, bu sebeple bu konuya dikkat, Alfred Sisley Fransız ekolündendir ama kesinlikle bir İngilizdir. Babası ipek tüccarıydı, Alfred’in de ticaretle uğraşması için çok uğraştı, hatta eğitimi için onu Londra’ya gönderdi ama mümkün olmadı. Babası için iyi de oldu, çünkü Prusya savaşı sırasında babasının işi batınca, Sisley ona resimlerini satarak destek olacaktı. Sisley, güzel sanatlarda okudu, kısa zamanda Bazille, Monet ve Renoir ile arkadaş oldu, izlenimciliği benimsedi. Diğer izlenimci arkadaşlarından en büyük farkı sadece açıkhavada manzara resimleri yapması ve asla odak olarak bir insan, bir nesne seçmemesiydi. Louveciennes şehrinde bir kış geçirdi ve şehri kaplayan kardan çok etkilendi. Bugün Louveciennes’e ait en güzel resimler Sisley’in yaptıkları. Sisley, henüz 59 yaşındayken, eşinin vefatından birkaç ay sonra vefat etti.

gunde1resim:

Ressam : Alfred Sisley (1839-1899)

Resmin Adi : Snow at Louveciennes (1878)

Nerede. :  Orsay, Paris, Fransa

Boyutu : 61 cm x 50,5 cm

İngiliz izlenimci ressam Sisley, Paris’te doğdu. İngiltere’ye yaptığı seyahatler dışında hep Fransa’da yaşadı. Fransız vatandaşı olmak istedi ama reddedildi, bu sebeple bu konuya dikkat, Alfred Sisley Fransız ekolündendir ama kesinlikle bir İngilizdir. Babası ipek tüccarıydı, Alfred’in de ticaretle uğraşması için çok uğraştı, hatta eğitimi için onu Londra’ya gönderdi ama mümkün olmadı. Babası için iyi de oldu, çünkü Prusya savaşı sırasında babasının işi batınca, Sisley ona resimlerini satarak destek olacaktı. Sisley, güzel sanatlarda okudu, kısa zamanda Bazille, Monet ve Renoir ile arkadaş oldu, izlenimciliği benimsedi. Diğer izlenimci arkadaşlarından en büyük farkı sadece açıkhavada manzara resimleri yapması ve asla odak olarak bir insan, bir nesne seçmemesiydi. Louveciennes şehrinde bir kış geçirdi ve şehri kaplayan kardan çok etkilendi. Bugün Louveciennes’e ait en güzel resimler Sisley’in yaptıkları. Sisley, henüz 59 yaşındayken, eşinin vefatından birkaç ay sonra vefat etti.

James Dean in “The Unlighted Road” 1955.

thee-gold-bug:

Edward Hopper / The “Martha McKeen” of Wellfleet / 1944

thee-gold-bug:

Edward Hopper / The “Martha McKeen” of Wellfleet / 1944

thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant for a fashion editorial (for LIFE Magazine, edition of May 1962, but this same photo was not published) in Lucerne (Switzerland), in February 1962.
Audrey was wearing:
Suit: Givenchy (of fine wool, ivory, short coat with glass buttons and skirt, of his collection for the Spring of 1962).
Hat: Givenchy (of straw in an interesting shade of blue, of his collection for the Spring of 1962).
Note: Her makeup was done by Alberto de Rossi.

thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant for a fashion editorial (for LIFE Magazine, edition of May 1962, but this same photo was not published) in Lucerne (Switzerland), in February 1962.

Audrey was wearing:

  • SuitGivenchy (of fine wool, ivory, short coat with glass buttons and skirt, of his collection for the Spring of 1962).
  • HatGivenchy (of straw in an interesting shade of blue, of his collection for the Spring of 1962).

Note: Her makeup was done by Alberto de Rossi.

“No one can replace Richard Wright. He was my musical partner and my friend.
In the welter of arguments about who or what was Pink Floyd, Rick’s enormous input was frequently forgotten. He was gentle, unassuming, and private, but his soulful voice and playing were vital, magical components of our most recognised Pink Floyd sound. I have never played with anyone quite like him. The blend of his and my voices and our musical telepathy reached their first major flowering in 1971 on ‘Echoes’. In my view all the greatest PF moments are the ones where he is in full flow. After all, without ‘Us and Them’ and ‘The Great Gig in the Sky’, both of which he wrote, what would ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ have been? Without his quiet touch, the album ‘Wish You Were Here’ would not quite have worked. In our middle years, for many reasons, he lost his way for a while; but in the early Nineties, with ‘The Division Bell’, his vitality, spark and humour returned to him, and then the audience reaction to his appearances on my tour in 2006 was hugely uplifting and it’s a mark of his modesty that those standing ovations came as a huge surprise to him (though not to the rest of us).
Like Rick, I don’t find it easy to express my feelings in words, but I loved him and will miss him enormously.”

– David Gilmour (via noceblanche)