Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, a. Madame de Pompadour 1721 by Maurice Quentin de La Tou. She was a member of the French court & official chief mistress of Louis XV. Madame de Pompadour: shown at the Paris Salon, 1755 (Louvre Museum)
Francois Boucher Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, , Alte Pinakothek, Munich. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour by Francois Boucher.
Portrait of Madame Bergeret, 1746 ~ by François Boucher Her husband was a patron of Boucher's -- likely introduced Boucher to Madame Pompadour, his most important and long-standing client.
Indisputable Proof That Doctor Who Is Based On Actual Events
This painting, "Consolation", was done in 1959 by Raphael Soyer who lived in New York. It looks like Amy and Rory Pond (or Williams, whichever you prefer) and they were around in
Altered Art: Woman and TARDIS in garden by -- Dinah could TOTALLY do this! i have a huge painting that I inherited that is a gaggy french garden landscape thing, but with a tardis in it, I'd hang it!----> i wish i had a painting like this:(
Detail of Marquise de Pompadour at the Toilet Table, by Francois Boucher, 1758 Note her cameo.
Doctor Who Quiet Book
Doctor Who Quiet Book. Forget kids, I want this for my own quiet time. geekery-other
Loveliest TARDIS dress design I've ever seen. Someone needs to make this a reality! - Ok, I don't know who designed this, but it's about to become my Doctor Who cosplay for SDCC this year. For reals.<<< it will be my prom dress
HOW TO OBSESS: DOCTOR WHO. This is very, very accurate. At least she had someone who could understand about the life ruining.the Doctor actually made my life better, more meaningful. Don't start with The Eleventh Hour though, seriously, don't.