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Assorted peacocks


I have a peacock-heavy piece of art out next month so with that grasping for spurious relevance here’s a few more peacock discoveries.

Antoine Helbert‘s untitled peacock man is one of a number of striking portraits turning humans into birds. Via Chateau Thombeau.


Peacock styles, Anchor Buggy Co. (1897) at the Library of Congress.


Tile Plaque (1909–1911) by Frederick Hurten Rhead & Agnes Rhead at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.


Carson’s Peacock Chocolate (1924) by “Shep” at mikeyashworth’s photostream.

Also at Flickr, various photos of the peacock window façade of the Pastisseria Escriba, Barcelona.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Mayuri lute
Betty Blythe
Margaret Armstrong book designs
Ronald Balfour’s Rubáiyát
Jaipur peacocks
Maruyama Okyo’s peacocks
Peacock man
Winged things
Dimitris Yeros
Louis Rhead’s peacocks
The White Peacock
Whistler’s Peacock Room
Beardsley’s Salomé



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2 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Steve B


    Peculiarly, I had a movie recommendation generated for me that was titled Peacock I hadn’t heard of before, starring Cillian Murphy.


  2. #2 posted by pe-jota


    In the end, you’re going to spread me this love of peacocks






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