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Bohemian Collection

Background imageBohemian Collection: The Bohemians of Chelsea, scene from Tantivy Towers

The Bohemians of Chelsea, scene from Tantivy Towers
A scene from the British light opera, Tantivy Towers, written by A. P. Herbert. The story mocks both the artistic high brows or bohemians of Chelsea as well as the sporting lusty low brows who enjoy

Background imageBohemian Collection: Social / Bloomsbury Drinks

Social / Bloomsbury Drinks
Crowds gather for drinks in a Bohemian tavern in Bloomsbury, London

Background imageBohemian Collection: Rubinstein Plays Piano

Rubinstein Plays Piano
ANTON RUBINSTEIN over-enthusiastic pianist plays a tune. So caught up in his performance he is lifted bodily from the stool, long hair & coat-tails flying

Background imageBohemian Collection: Defenestration of Prague

Defenestration of Prague
THE DEFENESTRATION OF PRAGUE Bohemian protestants, angry when Catholics destroy two of their churches, throw royal officials from the palace windows

Background imageBohemian Collection: Dorelia McNeill - wife of Augustuis John

Dorelia McNeill - wife of Augustuis John
Dorothy (Dorelia) McNeill (1881-1969) the model for the Welsh artists Gwen John and Augustus John and the common-law wife of the latter. Pictured with a pet dog near Poole, Dorset. Date: circa 1927

Background imageBohemian Collection: Advert for Dickins & Jones lace items 1912

Advert for Dickins & Jones lace items 1912
Selection of danity lace items for Christmas gifts for women. 1912

Background imageBohemian Collection: Revnic - Czech Republic

Revnic - Czech Republic
Greetings postcard from Revnice, a small town south west of Prague in the Czech Republic, in the Central Bohemian Region. It was here that tennis player Martina Navratilova grew up!

Background imageBohemian Collection: End of a Vampire

End of a Vampire
The end of a Bohemian vampire - his coffin is opened, and a red-hot iron is plunged into his evil heart

Background imageBohemian Collection: Defenestration of Prague

Defenestration of Prague
THE DEFENESTRATION OF PRAGUE Bohemian protestants, angry when Catholics destroy two of their churches, throw royal officials from the palace windows

Background imageBohemian Collection: Bunch of Black Cherries

Bunch of Black Cherries
A delicious looking bunch of black cherries of the Bohemian black bigarreau variety

Background imageBohemian Collection: Social / Lapin Agile 1912

Social / Lapin Agile 1912
People in a bohemian cafe, Le Lapin Agile, Paris

Background imageBohemian Collection: John of Nepomuk

John of Nepomuk
SAINT JOHN OF NEPOMUK Bohemian priest who quarrelled with king Wenzel IV, who had him tortured then murdered and thrown into the Moldau

Background imageBohemian Collection: Bohemian Club (of San Francisco) - Bohemian Grove

Bohemian Club (of San Francisco) - Bohemian Grove
Bohemian Club (of San Francisco) Bohemian Grove Open-air Theatre crowd and orchestra during " Low Jinx". Every year, the club hosts a two-week-long (three weekends) camp at Bohemian Grove

Background imageBohemian Collection: Miss Inez Holden. Beatrice Inez Lisette (Paget) Holden (1903-1974

Miss Inez Holden. Beatrice Inez Lisette (Paget) Holden (1903-1974) was a British writer and Bohemian social figure and journalist, also known for her association with George Orwell. Date: 1932

Background imageBohemian Collection: Club in the Latin Quarter of Montparnasse, Paris, 1920s

Club in the Latin Quarter of Montparnasse, Paris, 1920s
A scene in the bohemian environment of a club in the Latin Quarter of Montparnasse, Paris, during the 1920s. The Graphic comments, " Cocktails

Background imageBohemian Collection: Alma Rubens

Alma Rubens
Actress Alma Rubens (1897-1931) appearing as Lady Hermione in the film Gerald Cranston's Lady'. Date: 1924

Background imageBohemian Collection: Members of the London Sketch Club in costume for an unemployed supper in 1905

Members of the London Sketch Club in costume for an unemployed supper in 1905. Date: 1905

Background imageBohemian Collection: Wenceslaus Hollar

Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677), a prolific and accomplished Bohemian graphic artist of the 17th century, who spent much of his life in England. Date: 1875

Background imageBohemian Collection: Wouldn t it be awful if Augustus John became conventional

Wouldn t it be awful if Augustus John became conventional
One of a series of cartoons in The Bystander caricaturing famous people by suggesting how awful it would be if they did something completely uncharacteristic, in this case

Background imageBohemian Collection: Mary Adshead

Mary Adshead (1904 - 1995), English painter, muralist, illustrator and designer. Date: 1927

Background imageBohemian Collection: Bohemian waxwing, Bombycilla garrulus

Bohemian waxwing, Bombycilla garrulus, and Regent bowerbird, Sericulus chrysocephalus. Handcoloured engraving by Fournier after an illustration by Edouard Travies from Charles d Orbignys Dictionnaire

Background imageBohemian Collection: Monsieur de Blowitz, Paris correspondent of The Times

Monsieur de Blowitz, Paris correspondent of The Times
Caricature, Henri Georges Stephane Adolphe Opper de Blowitz (1825-1903), Paris correspondent of The Times and Bohemian journalist. 1893

Background imageBohemian Collection: Louise Legrange in the French film of Bohemian Love (The Model of Montmartre)

Louise Legrange in the French film of Bohemian Love (The Model of Montmartre), 1927 based on the Henri Bataille novel and play La Femme Nue Date: 1927

Background imageBohemian Collection: BLOOMSBURY TAVERN 1929

BLOOMSBURY TAVERN 1929
Crowds gather for drinks in a Bohemian tavern in Bloomsbury. Date: 1929

Background imageBohemian Collection: CHAT NOIR BREAKFAST

CHAT NOIR BREAKFAST
An Editorial Breakfast at Le Chat Noir. Date: 1889

Background imageBohemian Collection: CAFE ROYAL / AUGUSTUS JOHN

CAFE ROYAL / AUGUSTUS JOHN
The artist Augustus John and friends at the Cafe Royal in London Date: 1926

Background imageBohemian Collection: Jean-Gaspard Deburau, mime artist, as Pierrot

Jean-Gaspard Deburau, mime artist, as Pierrot
Jean-Gaspard Deburau (1796-1846), Bohemian-French mime artist, in his famous character of Pierrot. Or possibly his son Jean-Charles Deburau (1829-1873)

Background imageBohemian Collection: Holy Roman Emperor with costume items

Holy Roman Emperor with costume items
Holy Roman Emperor (possibly based on Ferdinand I or Maximilian II) in full regalia at the centre, surrounded by costume items -- four crowns, a pair of gloves, a pair of sandals

Background imageBohemian Collection: Ethel Warwick painting

Ethel Warwick painting
Ethel Warwick (1882-1951), Stage and film actress; wife of Edmund Waller, pictured at an easel painting, wearing a very artistic looking oriental cloak

Background imageBohemian Collection: Miss Iris Tree (Mrs Curtis Moffatt) wiht her son, 1920

Miss Iris Tree (Mrs Curtis Moffatt) wiht her son, 1920
Iris Tree (27 January 1897 13 April 1968) was an English poet, actress and artists model, described as a bohemian, an eccentric, a wit and an adventuress

Background imageBohemian Collection: Gypsy Basket Makers

Gypsy Basket Makers
Gypsy Bohemian basket makers, with baskets made of wood shavings (or rushes?) in a variety of shapes and sizes

Background imageBohemian Collection: German imperial crown, Sceptres, Orb and Bohemian Crown

German imperial crown, Sceptres, Orb and Bohemian Crown
1. The German imperial crown. 2. & 3. & 6. Sceptres. 4. Imperial Orb (with details). 5. Hungarian Sceptre (with details). 7. Bohemian Royal Crown. Date: circa 12th century

Background imageBohemian Collection: Second Defenestration of Prague, 1618. Engraving coloration

Second Defenestration of Prague, 1618. Engraving coloration

Background imageBohemian Collection: Bohemian Court Chancery. 18th century. Facade. Vienna

Bohemian Court Chancery. 18th century. Facade. Vienna
Austria. Vienna. Bohemian Court Chancery. 1709-1714. Built by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach (1656-1723) and extended by Matthias Gerl between 1751 and 1754

Background imageBohemian Collection: Lady Droghedas futurist dining room

Lady Droghedas futurist dining room
Details showing the dining room of the Countess of Drogheda (formerly Kathleen Pelham Burn) at 40, Wilton Crescent decorated in the Futurist manner by Mr Wyndham Lewis

Background imageBohemian Collection: Le Bal Musette by De Robec

Le Bal Musette by De Robec
Bohemian society in a caf頩 n Paris enjoying le bal musette - dancing the tango and other dances to traditional music in which the accordion takes centre stage. Tres Francais! Date: 1929

Background imageBohemian Collection: Madame Bertha Trost

Madame Bertha Trost, an unusual figure in the undercurrents of London society, who went about dressed in Victorian clothes and riding in a carriage

Background imageBohemian Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl

Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl standing in front of one of the Towers of the Heptapyrgion (modern Eptapyrgio), also known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule - a Byzantine

Background imageBohemian Collection: Istanbul, Turkey - Water Seller and his customers

Istanbul, Turkey - Water Seller and his customers Date: circa 1908

Background imageBohemian Collection: In Marble Halls - Jobbing actors chatting in a theatre bar

In Marble Halls - Jobbing actors chatting in a theatre bar
" In Marble Halls" - Jobbing actors standing in a theatre bar discussing their fortune, both successful and not

Background imageBohemian Collection: Self-portrait by Anton Raphael Mengs (1728-1779)

Self-portrait by Anton Raphael Mengs (1728-1779)
Anton Raphael Mengs (1728-1779). German painter. Self-portrait, 1761-1769. Prado Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageBohemian Collection: Dance club in London, 1929

Dance club in London, 1929
The dance floor of a nightclub in London in 1929 frequented by a mixed crowd of Bohemians and the ultra smart. Date: 1929

Background imageBohemian Collection: Lourdes, France - A Bohemian Pilgrim and her shelter

Lourdes, France - A Bohemian Pilgrim and her shelter. Date: circa 1908

Background imageBohemian Collection: Louise Legrange in Bohemian Love (The Model of Montmartre)

Louise Legrange in Bohemian Love (The Model of Montmartre)
Louise Legrange in the French film of Bohemian Love (The Model of Montmartre), 1927 based on the Henri Bataille novel and play La Femme Nue Date: 1927

Background imageBohemian Collection: Music cover, National Polkas by Camille Schubert

Music cover, National Polkas by Camille Schubert
Music cover, National Polkas (Les Rivalles) from France and Bohemia, composed and arranged for piano by Camille Schubert, and dedicated to the Marquess of Londonderry. circa 1840s

Background imageBohemian Collection: Prince of Lobkowicz. (1609-1677). Bohemian military and dipl

Prince of Lobkowicz. (1609-1677). Bohemian military and dipl
Vaclav Eusebius Frantisek, Prince of Lobkowicz. (1609-1677). Bohemian military and diplomat, and since 1646 Duke os Sagan. Engraving by F. Kilian (1628-1693). Historia Universal, 1885. Colored

Background imageBohemian Collection: Music cover, Schottisch Artistique by Jules Denault

Music cover, Schottisch Artistique by Jules Denault
Music cover, Schottisch Artistique, a Bohemian-style folk dance, written for piano by Jules Denault. circa 1850s

Background imageBohemian Collection: Music cover, La Schottisch by Giuseppe Daniele

Music cover, La Schottisch by Giuseppe Daniele, a Bohemian-style folk dance dedicated to Queen Victoria. circa 1850s



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