Thursday, February 2, 2012

K is for Knight!


K is for Knight!

"The Knight of the Double Cross" 1670 by J.L.G. Ferris.

Another page from the 1930's art scrapbook from the hand of a young lady long ago!

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15 comments:

  1. Whoever did that picture had a great sense of colour!

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  2. Wow, look at the colors in that picture. Beautiful!
    Julie

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  3. Such beautiful detail & brilliant colors, Coralie.
    Have a gorgeous day~
    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  4. How interesting! Last go around of Alphabe-Thursday I wrote this blog post K is for Knight in Shining Armor.

    However, today's post I wrote about Keepsakes. Perhaps, you'll want to check tehm out when you get a chance. =D

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  5. Another wonderful illustration, Coralie! Such vibrant colors!

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  6. What a super illustration, was it originally a book cover?
    Thanks for stopping by earlier.

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  7. What a great photo. That scrapbook is a great find, I'd love to see more. Thanks for stopping by and for the kind comment. xo

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  8. Love the colors. I'm glad you keep sharing these wonderful finds with us!

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  9. My grandson would love that cool ship in his bedroom. The colors are vivid as can be!

    =)

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  10. Hi Coralie,

    Wonderful post for "K" day! Such beautiful colors. I must say your Betsy Belle is gorgeous as well as all of your Collie's. We use to have one when I was a little girl. Her name was "Lady". Thank you so much for stopping to visit me.

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  11. Beautiful ship. Lovely K word

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  12. pretty boat! Like to see it coming instead of going... {:-Deb

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  13. Hello.
    What a gem you have in your possession...the artwork is amazing!
    Lovely post.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  14. I love this!

    The night of the double cross on the Knight of the Double Cross!

    What a dramatic, romantic and fascinating picture!

    Your little scrapbooker was quite the visionary!

    Thanks for another kute link for the letter K.

    A+

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