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“The Witch’s Daughter” by Frederick Stuart Church (1842–1924), engraved by J. P. Davys.

“The Witch’s Daughter”- Frederick Stuart Church engraved by J. Lithograph published in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine [New York], vol. issue 398 (July p.

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Love flamingos: Standing Woman with Three Pink Flamingos, Frederick Stuart Church

Carry moonbeams home in a jar.

Inspiration Paper Moon--Postcard, Gentleman with Top Hat Standing on a Cloud, Leaning on the Full Moon, handwriting in Spanish, dated 1903

Boudoir Du Chaman

“I was born to chase moonlight / To see shadows and seek hidden rivers.” ― James Kavanaugh crescent moon under tree

Glamoury: The True Magick of Living Luxuriously, Happily and Beautifully at any age!

black-rose-witchcraft: “National Portrait Gallery -The Three Witches from Macbeth (Elizabeth Lamb, Viscountess Melbourne; Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire; Anne Seymour Damer by Daniel Gardner gouache.

Moon's First Voyage by W. Heath Robinson

Today’s Classic: William Heath Robinson Moon’s First Voyage The Fairy’s Birthday The Water Babies The Sleeping Beauty Illustration for Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night Dream A Midsummer Night Dream Book Cover

The Magic Circle by John William Waterhouse. Is there a way to MEGA-heart this one?

The Magic Circle is an oil painting in the Pre-Raphaelite style, created in 1886 by John William Waterhouse. The painting depicts a witch or sorceress drawing a fiery magic circle on the earth to create a ritual space.