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As bright days and spring draw nearer, my mind turns to this lovely picture of Geneviève Lantelme being a lovely exemplar of feminine beauty in a dreamy snow-globe-like setting, her every curve exuding sensuous allure.

As the darkest quarter of the year ends, enjoy "Morning" by Carl Shweninger, a vision of a fair and pretty girl spreading the light of dawn through the sky as her lovely hair and sheer fabric billow in the wind behind her.

My next novel will chronicle the dawn of mass instant travel to anywhere in the cosmos a thousand years into a bright, beautiful, romantic spacefaring future.

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This post's featured image is "Emma, Lady Hamilton" by George Romney (c. 1785).

George Romney's "Emma in Morning Dress" shows off her full figure and her luscious angelic face, looking like she's dreaming of love as she gazes out to the horizon, all making for the epitome of feminine beauty.

Ringlets are such a delightfully girlish hairstyle, and give any woman a youthful, feminine, bouncy allure that can elevate her from merely pretty to stunning, like these pictures of Hollywood darling Mary Pickford.

I've completed 42,000 words of my sci-fi romance novel! Meanwhile, enjoy George Romney's portrait of the fair Benedetta Ramus looking adorably girlish as she smiles and poses over a book.

As we witness powers sublime and sinister shape the world anew, my mind turns to George Romney's vivid study of Emma Hamilton as Miranda, her lovely face expressing a soul immersed in the whirlwind of history.

"A Winter Beauty" by François Martin Kavel shows the titular darling taking in the scenery as she romps through snowy countryside. She looks like she wants to make some snowballs after those dainty hands get warmed up!

The feminine power of creation, to bear and nurture new life, is the ultimate expression of a woman's passionate love for her man, herself, and the world around her. Embrace and enjoy it!

The image is "Self-portrait with Her Daughter, Julie" by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1789).

Stable careers and job security are prized, but what if, much like the investing world, embracing volatility and uncertainty in the working world leads to more prosperity for all?

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This post's featured image is "The Fisherman and the Siren" by Frederic Leighton (1858).

Luke Fildes's "Carina" flatters the pretty girl, her long red hair, her green outfit, and even the dark background contrasting with her fair skin all making for a vision as colorfully earthy as it is beautifully feminine.

The most important thing for creatives who aspire to become like the girl in Paul Quinsac's "Allegory of Painting" in their chosen art to do is just start! Do a little bit each day. The rest will come in time.

As my sci-fi romance novel passes 25,000 words, enjoy George Romney's portrait of Emma Hamilton, the loveliest girl who ever graced a painter's canvas, reading a newspaper.


Geneviève Lantelme's January 1910 cover for Les Modes shows off a feminine winter look: a luxuriant coat, a huge hat, a shiny mass of curling tresses, an alluring pose, and a smoldering look on the sultry darling's soft shapely face.

Charles Chaplin's "Rêverie" shows a fair and gorgeous girl sensually posed in a pleasant slumber, her pretty head filled with dreams as sweet, cute, and bright as she and her surroundings are.

The pretty girl in Charles Edward Hallé's "Luna" shows off a dark yet sensual, colorful, and alluring aesthetic in her clothing and fan, the kind of look that brings a subtle feminine cheer to blue winter days.

A life of bureaucratic subordination crushes dreams even among the wealthy, but there is a cultural turn at work that may well lead to a new dawn of elite vision and social progress.

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This post's featured image is "Sphinx mit Undine" by Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach (1902).

Hello ! I'm Adamas Nemesis and this is my favorite blue artwork I've made, an oil painting called "Spaceplane approaching Neptune orbital sphere". I love how rich and dark that blue vortex turned out!

Émile Eisman-Semenowsky's "A portrait of a girl with hat" shows the fair darling, cutely and beautifully adorned, gazing at the viewer with her big blue eyes, her full features and soft smile giving her a very lovable image.

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