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3 days ago

Creeping harder than ever now🌸🌸

6 days ago

#FBF to the early 1900s and City Park's race track stands. Their race track closed when the owners of the Fair Grounds bought them out in 1920. ⚜️ Photo credit: @nolalibrary

1 week ago

Mini night snacks of lavender cake with grape fruit curd and buttercream

1 week ago

William Woodward painted this particular view, from the corner of Chartres Street and Ursulines Avenue several times in the early 1900s. Working from his easel in front of the Ursuline Convent, Woodward had a clear view down Chartres Street toward the St. Louis Cathedral. In the particularly charming version of the scene shown here, he uses a mix of vibrant colors in the highlights of the cathedral, buildings, and cobblestone street, capturing the energy of the bustling scene and creating a dynamic composition. An architect, artist, and preservationist, Woodward strived to create lasting representations of the changing city as he saw it in the early twentieth century, including details of horses and buggies, pedestrians, and atmospheric effects. The work offered here perfectly exemplifies his efforts. On offer in our upcoming Important Fall Estates Auction on September 9 & 10! William Woodward (American/New Orleans, 1859-1939), “Chartres at Old Ursuline Convent,” 1906, Raffaelli crayon on board, 14 3/4 x 19 in.

3 weeks ago

#FBF to 1960 and bird's eye view of S. Rampart St. at the Tulane and Common Street intersections. ⚜️ Photo credit: @nolalibrary - Photo taken by: Jerry Bray

3 weeks ago

No place like home❤️ old New Orleans😻😻😻

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