Amanda Rantala
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~αи∂ ι мιѕѕ уσυ мσяє тнαи αиутнιng ιи тнιѕ ωσяℓ∂~

~αи∂ ι мιѕѕ уσυ мσяє тнαи αиутнιng ιи тнιѕ ωσяℓ∂~

Christian Neureuther, Jugend magazine, 1903. Via.

Christian Neureuther, Jugend magazine, 1903. Via.

Gelsey Kirkand was born in Pennsylvania in 1952. When she was fifteen George Balanchine asked her to join the New York City Ballet; two years later she became Soloist. Balanchine created his new Firebird with her as the lead. In 1974 she left the NYCB and joined the American Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer opposite Mikhail Baryshnikov. She is now retired from performing and has become an inspired teacher and coach.

Gelsey Kirkand was born in Pennsylvania in 1952. When she was fifteen George Balanchine asked her to join the New York City Ballet; two years later she became Soloist. Balanchine created his new Firebird with her as the lead. In 1974 she left the NYCB and joined the American Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer opposite Mikhail Baryshnikov. She is now retired from performing and has become an inspired teacher and coach.

Art Nouveau illustration by Christian Neureuther for Jugend magazine, 1914. (Jugdenstil Movement)

Art Nouveau illustration by Christian Neureuther for Jugend magazine, 1914. (Jugdenstil Movement)

1940s wedding dress / vintage 40s dress / Tender by DearGolden, $725.00

1940s wedding dress / vintage 40s dress / Tender by DearGolden, $725.00

Italian Renaissance Furniture Designs Large by PaperPopinjay

Italian Renaissance Furniture Designs Large by PaperPopinjay

Seraph + Splendor: {BAROQUE ORGANIC} New post!

Seraph + Splendor: {BAROQUE ORGANIC} New post!

Gotland by Babes in Boyland

Gotland by Babes in Boyland

bathroom home decor design interior art nouveau deco floral detail lovely fancy ornate stain glass window tile

bathroom home decor design interior art nouveau deco floral detail lovely fancy ornate stain glass window tile

Art Nouveau Entrance hall from late 1800s depicting a green floral decorative design both on walls and ceiling.

Art Nouveau Entrance hall from late 1800s depicting a green floral decorative design both on walls and ceiling.