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Crane Company. - The Bathroom, 1940 Featured Image

Crane Company. - The Bathroom, 1940

Crane Company. - The Bathroom, 1940. Newvogue Receptor Bath with glass spray shield, walls in yellow ground Salubra wallpaper with grey and silver pattern, wainscoting in grey tiles. Bath recess tiled in grey and blue. From Decorative Art 1940 - The Studio Year Book, edited by C. G. Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1940]

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The Toilet Of The Clerk Prosecutor, (1885).Artist: Carle Vernet Featured Image

The Toilet Of The Clerk Prosecutor, (1885).Artist: Carle Vernet

The Toilet Of The Clerk Prosecutor, (1885). The prosecutor holds a mask to protect his face as his hairdresser sprays his new hairstyle. Illustration from 18th Century Institutions, Usages And Costumes, France 1700-1789, by Paul Lacroix, (Paris, 1885)

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The Toilet of Helen, 1895. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley Featured Image

The Toilet of Helen, 1895. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Toilet of Helen, 1895. Before a toilet that shone like the altar of Notre Dame des Victoires, Helen was seated in a little dressing-gown of black and heliotrope. The coiffeur Cosme was caring for her scented chevelure, and with tiny silver tongs, warm from the caresses of the flame, made delicious intelligent curls that fell as lightly as a breath about her forehead and over her eyebrows, and clustered like tendrils round her neck'. Illustration for Beardsley's novel "Under the Hill". From The Savoy No. I'. Published in "The Best of Beardsley" edited by R. A. Walker, [The Bodley Head, London, 1948]

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