Little Penny Dreadful
saisonciel:

Corinne Griffith in The Divine Lady (1929)

saisonciel:

Corinne Griffith in The Divine Lady (1929)

Great blog! Loving your illustrations! What do you like most about old and spooky things? :)

Thanks, I’m so happy you like what I do. As for the love of spooky things, I grew up in a small town in New England and I was surrounded with so many old houses and history. I was also a super “sensitive” kid, and was always on the look out for ghosts and other scary things.

Feeling good, Victorian inspired watercolor paintings DONE and ready to go up at the @themysteriousrack on Clement St. #Victorian #illustration #art #painting

Feeling good, Victorian inspired watercolor paintings DONE and ready to go up at the @themysteriousrack on Clement St. #Victorian #illustration #art #painting

illusionsoftheself:

Admiration Frantisek Kupka 1899

illusionsoftheself:

Admiration Frantisek Kupka 1899

s4mm4n:

Nude with Chinese Background, Leopold Seyffert (1919)

s4mm4n:

Nude with Chinese BackgroundLeopold Seyffert (1919)

littlehorrorshop:

The Show, 1927

jeannepompadour:

Tomb monument of William Savage D. 1616), Giles Savage (d. 1631)  and his wife Catherine (d. 1647) holding a posthumous daughter. Their four children are praying at the foot.  Attr. to Samuel Baldwin

mademoisellelapiquante:

Barend Cornelis Koekkoek | Portrait of a Young Woman | 1846

mademoisellelapiquante:

Barend Cornelis Koekkoek | Portrait of a Young Woman | 1846

Meet Simon. He is one of the new paintings I just finished for The Mysterious Rack Vintage Clothing Store in SF @themysteriousrack  #illustration #Victorian

Meet Simon. He is one of the new paintings I just finished for The Mysterious Rack Vintage Clothing Store in SF @themysteriousrack #illustration #Victorian

jeannepompadour:

"La Parisienne" by Charles Giron, 1883

jeannepompadour:

"La Parisienne" by Charles Giron, 1883