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Vivienne Medrano's Portfolio: Photo

The Art of Vivienne Medrano. A 21 year old SVA animation major. Contact me at: vivienne.medrano@yahoo.com

1920s Flapper | History of Flappers in the 1920s

Who are flappers in the 1920s? Those scandalous rebel "bright young things" had their own ideas when it came to fashion, fun and flirting.

Cupcake Pin Up Doll #2 - Original Drawing

Cupcake Doll #2 - The second in a series of original pin up inspired gouache and watercolor drawings. Cupcake Doll sits on a giant cupcake holding a swirly striped lollipop! This is an original drawing not a print. Dimensions: 8 inches x 10 inches on acid free/ archival water color paper. One of a kind! Signed and dated .Title is on the back.

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'1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Plate' Giclee Print | Art.com

1920s France La Vie Parisienne Magazine Plate Giclee Print. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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~The Sea Princesses~ A signed one-of-a-kind original drawing by Felix d'Eon Watercolor and Ink on Paper The drawing measures approx 10.25" wide x 15" tall The Felix d'Eon scroll image is our watermark used to protect our images and does not appear on the print. SHIPPING All items are shipped USPS First Class and there are not any additional cost for multiple items in the same shipment..We take great care packaging every item to ensure safe shipment to you. Once your order has been processed…

The Great Gatsby Quotes by F. Scott Fitzgerald

951 quotes from The Great Gatsby: ‘So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.’