model 1887

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Some of the various firearms used by the Barrow Gang.  From top: Clyde’s 1918 B.A.R.; Model 1887 10 gauge “riot gun; Remington Model 11 "sawed-off”; Bonnie’s Remington “Whipit” gun; Frank Hamer’s Colt Monitor .30-06; Clyde’s “Scattergun” (which I believe is a 1918 B.A.R.); Winchester Model 1887 lever action 12 gauge; Winchester Model 1887 lever action 10 gauge; and Clyde’s Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.

James Jebusa Shannon

Magnolia

1899

Oil on canvas

181.9 x 99.7 cm

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This painting shows the London-based artist’s daughter holding a sprig of magnolia blossoms, which in Victorian literature were often a sign of a character’s love of nature. The costume and the stylized fleur-de-lis motifs that decorate the green backdrop suggest a somewhat contrived presentation of the girl as a “dress-up” princess. The artist’s only child and one of his favorite models, Kitty Shannon (1887–1974) appears in many of his paintings. She later wrote several books, including an autobiography, published in 1933.

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man when mw2 came out it was fucking wild guys flying around with the commando pro + tactical knife combo dodging bullets, people taking half of your team down with that suicide javelin glitch, and getting sniped across the map with the blinged fmj akimbo model 1887s. i miss it

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Berthe Morisot’s family (61)
By the sea
Julie started modelling for Renoir in 1887, when she was 9. In Renoir’s series featuring a two-girl theme, she is accompanied by her fair-haired cousin, Paulette Gobillard.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Jeunes filles au bord de la mer (Young Girls by the Sea) 1894 c. Oil on canvas, 55 x 46 cm. Private collection
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Jeunes filles au bord de la mer (Young Girls by the Sea), 1894 c. Oil on canvas, 55,9 cm x 46 cm. Private collection