Post-mortem photography (Mourning portrait)- The practice of photographing the recently deceased. These photographs of deceased love ones were a normal part of American and European culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
"Saint Cecilia" (1895) (detail) by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917).
Victorian era pictures are already creepy, but parents hiding behind their kids to keep them still just adds to the creepiness.
Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale illustrations for: The Sweet and Touching Tale of Fleur & Blanchelfleur
It was built as a new way to understand living modes according to the trends emerged after the World War II. To bring life back to the devastated areas during the war, this “small city” was built inside another, as a microcosm of London.