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Edmond Bacot (1814-1875) Portrait de Victor Hugo 1850s Courtesy James Hyman Photography

Edmond Bacot (1814-1875) Portrait de Victor Hugo 1850s Courtesy James Hyman Photography

Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud    A French poet who produced most of his best known works in his late teens. Victor Hugo called him ‘an infant Shakespeare’ at the time. He was a libertine among others and had “eyes of pale blue irradiated with dark blue—the loveliest eyes I’ve seen” as said by a childhood friend.

Arthur Rimbaud - Poet - A volatile and peripatetic poet, the prodigy Arthur Rimbaud wrote all of his poetry in a span of less than five years.

Edmond Bacot (1814-1875) Portrait de Victor Hugo 1850s Courtesy James Hyman Photography

Edmond Bacot (1814-1875) Portrait de Victor Hugo 1850s Courtesy James Hyman Photography

“I have cultivated my hysteria with pleasure and terror.”   ― Charles Baudelaire

“Is photography art?” These days, we don’t normally question photography’s status as art, but back in the middle of the century, photography has many detractors.

Sea Bass

The World’s Record black sea bass caught by Edward Llewellen. It weighed 425 lbs. Allegedly, he brought it in alone.

Victor Hugo ~Repinned Via Isabel Carreira http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Hugo

Asked by his lovesick son to communicate his affection to the woman of his dreams, Hugo promptly seduced her instead.

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