I love old buildings. This one, the Tennessee Club in Memphis.
Illustration by Edith Ballinger Price for her book, Blue Magic.
“Past and Future” by Domenico Mastroianni (1876-1962), a self-taught Italian artist who had an amazing ability to quickly model a scene in clay. He then photographed the scene for use as a postcard or print, and destroyed the original clay work before beginning the next piece. He called his technique sculptochromie or sculptogravures.
The New York Central Railroad terminal building in Buffalo, N.Y. (1929), poster art by J. Floyd Yewell, from the collection of the Albany Institute of History and Art.
“She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery.” Art by William Henry Margetson from Legends of King Arthur and His Knights (1914).