Too old for the rattle, her parents decided it was time she played with big girl toys.
(“Plagues of the Garden” by James Hayllar, 1870, oil on canvas)

Too old for the rattle, her parents decided it was time she played with big girl toys.

(“Plagues of the Garden” by James Hayllar, 1870, oil on canvas)

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Just mow the lawn this once, please?
(“Orpheus and Eurydice” by Frederick Leighton, 1864, oil on canvas)

Just mow the lawn this once, please?

(“Orpheus and Eurydice” by Frederick Leighton, 1864, oil on canvas)

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It being Opposite Day, it was their turn to read their father a bedtime story.
(“Visit to the Unhealthy Teacher” by Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky, 1897, oil on canvas)

It being Opposite Day, it was their turn to read their father a bedtime story.

(“Visit to the Unhealthy Teacher” by Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky, 1897, oil on canvas)

Casting tryouts for The Walking Dead: The Ballet Edition.
(“Dante and Virgil in Hell” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1850, oil on canvas)

Casting tryouts for The Walking Dead: The Ballet Edition.

(“Dante and Virgil in Hell” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1850, oil on canvas)

Now which filter do we apply before we upload this groupshot on Instagram?
(“Portrait of Sir Andrew Fountaine with Other Men and Women” by William Hogarth, 1730-35, oil on canvas)
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Now which filter do we apply before we upload this groupshot on Instagram?

(“Portrait of Sir Andrew Fountaine with Other Men and Women” by William Hogarth, 1730-35, oil on canvas)

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