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Love and Beauty by Ernest Procter Featured Fashion Print

Love and Beauty by Ernest Procter

Love and Beauty by Ernest Procter (1886-1935) as exhibited at the Royal Academy exhibition in 1931. The figures of Venus and Cupid float above London. Procter was an English designer, illustrator and painter, and husband to artist Dod Procter. He was actively involved with the Newlyn School. Date: C.1931

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

13347036 Featured Fashion Print

13347036

Sir Savile Crossley's Shoot at Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft - an after-luncheon group, featuring: Sir Savile and Lady Crossley, Lord and Lady Vivian, Lord and Lady Hastings, Colonel and the Hon. Charles Willoughby and Lady Muriel Willoughby, Captain and Mrs Godfrey-Faussett, R and Mrs Whitbread, Mr Crossley and Mr Rimington-Wilson. Date: 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Yellow Drawing-Room, Buckingham Palace, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Fashion Print

The Yellow Drawing-Room, Buckingham Palace, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Yellow Drawing-Room, Buckingham Palace, 1844. Interior of the London residence of the British royal family: the most superb of the entire range of rooms that occupy the western or garden front of the first story, and the northernmost in the suite. Its height is 32 feet, and its form nearly square...the main beauty of the apartment lies in the harmony of colour adopted for its draperies...namely, a series of shades of yellow...Thus, the walls are hung with figured yellow silk, and the window draperies are of similar costly material; as are the sofas, chairs, seats...at each end, and above the chimney-piece, are placed superb mirrors. The chimney-piece is of exquisitely white marble, sculptured by Westmacott. The furniture of the room is truly sumptuous; and the assemblage of vases filled with flowers, clocks, bronzes, inlaid tables, cabinets, &c., in exquisite taste'.?From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images