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Rose O'Neill (American, 1874 – 1944) The Lost Cherub, part of the Sweet Monsters exhibit, Paris, 1921. Rose O'Neill, inventor of the Kewpie doll, was a visionary artist. She described her Sweet Monsters drawings: “When the guests were gone I used to draw at night. Often I would have no plan before beginning… Then satyr-like heads and half-beastly shapes would appear on the paper and the Idea would loom… I seemed to be entranced by the idea of the rise of man from animal origins and was…

Rose O'Neill (American, 1874 – 1944) The Lost Cherub, part of the Sweet Monsters exhibit, Paris, 1921. Rose O'Neill, inventor of the Kewpie doll, was a visionary artist. She described her Sweet Monsters drawings: “When the guests were gone I used to draw at night. Often I would have no plan before beginning… Then satyr-like heads and half-beastly shapes would appear on the paper and the Idea would loom… I seemed to be entranced by the idea of the rise of man from animal origins and was…

Illustration by Arthur Rackham from "The Night Before Christmas"

Beautiful Guardian Angels watching over children dreaming dreams of innocence. Illustration by Arthur Rackham ♥ Love ♥

FRECKLES AND GIFS GIFS .: MOREHEAD RUTH BLACK ANGELS

FRECKLES AND GIFS GIFS .: MOREHEAD RUTH BLACK ANGELS

"ANGEL PLAYING A FLUTE" Artist: Victor Nizovtsev

About Angels

The word angel usually evokes the idea of moral perfection. It is usually applied to all beings, good and evil, which do not belong to humankind. One can say: the good or the evil angel, the light angel .

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