"When I pinch my cheeks and dust them with mother-of-pearl, I say, Death, keep off, I am your enemy, and you will not deny me. I say these things, and the world listens, Masha. Because my magic is as strong as an arm. I am never denied.”
Eva Green on the Set of “Penny Dreadful” season 2
"The funeral of Shelley" by Louis Edouard Fournier | The funeral of Romanticist poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1822. Trelawny, Hunt, and Byron are pictured at the cremation. The painting was completed in 1889.
The painting is currently on display at the Walker Gallery, National Museums Liverpool.
Wind in the Rigging, Montague Dawson. (1895 - 1973)