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Smoke Rings Collection

"Captivating Smoke Rings: A Journey Through Art and Time" In this captivating collection of images, we embark on a journey through various eras and artistic expressions

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Steve Marriott, lead singer with The Small Faces pictured with his new girlfriend

Steve Marriott, lead singer with The Small Faces pictured with his new girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton, at his Knightsbridge Mews cottage in London

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Dutch Treat Club - [cover drawing?], between c1910 and c1915

Dutch Treat Club - [cover drawing?], between c1910 and c1915. Creators: Bain News Service, James Montgomery Flagg
Dutch Treat Club - [cover drawing?], between c1910 and c1915. Shows an illustration by artist James Montgomery Flagg for the Dutch Treat Club, a society of illustrators

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: View of an interior with a couple watching the arrival of the Jarrow Marchers in London through a

View of an interior with a couple watching the arrival of the Jarrow Marchers in London through a window
JEF73989 View of an interior with a couple watching the arrival of the Jarrow Marchers in London through a window, 1936 (oil on canvas) by Dugdale

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Parade of the caricaturists models (colour litho)

Parade of the caricaturists models (colour litho)
6031058 Parade of the caricaturists models (colour litho) by Rabier, Benjamin (1869-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Parade of the caricaturists models)

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: A Kind Son, 1870 / 91. Creator: Charles Samuel Keene

A Kind Son, 1870 / 91. Creator: Charles Samuel Keene
A Kind Son, 1870/91

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Man Blowing Smoke Rings from a Cigar, 1927 (lithograph)

Man Blowing Smoke Rings from a Cigar, 1927 (lithograph)
2622257 Man Blowing Smoke Rings from a Cigar, 1927 (lithograph) by American School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Poster advertising the cigarette brand, Le Nil (colour litho)

Poster advertising the cigarette brand, Le Nil (colour litho)
PER205360 Poster advertising the cigarette brand, Le Nil (colour litho) by Guillaume, Albert (1873-1942); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tous disent, je ne fume que Le Nil; they all say)

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Le milliardaire. Illustration for Le Pele-Mele, 1906 (colour litho)

Le milliardaire. Illustration for Le Pele-Mele, 1906 (colour litho)
3101405 Le milliardaire. Illustration for Le Pele-Mele, 1906 (colour litho) by Mory, Georges Antonin Henri (Georges Omry) (1880-1914); Private Collection; (add.info.: Le milliardaire)

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: The Clown and His Poodle (coloured engraving)

The Clown and His Poodle (coloured engraving)
979133 The Clown and His Poodle (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Clown and His Poodle.); © Look and Learn

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: The Giant Michel and the Dwarf Wilhelm ( The dwarf thinks himself big because he can

The Giant Michel and the Dwarf Wilhelm ( The dwarf thinks himself big because he can
779896 The Giant Michel and the Dwarf Wilhelm ( The dwarf thinks himself big because he can spit a long way ), illustration from The Kaisers Garland by Edmund J. Sullivan, pub

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: The Artists Pipe Dreams, 1900 (colour litho)

The Artists Pipe Dreams, 1900 (colour litho)
473348 The Artists Pipe Dreams, 1900 (colour litho) by European School; Private Collection; (add.info.: Artist smokes a pipe and dreams of success)

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Mike, from Worlds Dudes series (N31) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes, 1888

Mike, from Worlds Dudes series (N31) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes, 1888

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Craven A - English Poster, c1926. Artist: Jean D ylen

Craven A - English Poster, c1926. Artist: Jean D ylen
Virginia Cigarettes - English Poster, c1926. From Posters & Publicity - Fine Printing and Design by Sydney R. Jones, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio, Ltd. London, 1926]

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Advert for Grandpa Brand pipe tobacco

Advert for Grandpa Brand pipe tobacco

Background imageSmoke Rings Collection: Acoustic smoke rings, 19th century

Acoustic smoke rings, 19th century
Acoustic smoke rings. The device at lower right, seen mounted on a metal bar and a tuning fork, is designed to blow acoustic smoke rings


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"Captivating Smoke Rings: A Journey Through Art and Time" In this captivating collection of images, we embark on a journey through various eras and artistic expressions, all centered around the mesmerizing phenomenon of smoke rings. From Steve Marriott, the charismatic lead singer of The Small Faces, pictured with his new girlfriend, to an intriguing view of a couple watching the arrival of the Jarrow Marchers in London through a window in 1936. We are transported to vibrant parades where caricaturist models strut their stuff amidst colorful lithographs. We encounter Charles Samuel Keene's heartwarming portrayal of "A Kind Son" from 1870/91, reminding us that compassion transcends time. The artistry continues as we witness a man blowing intricate smoke rings from a cigar in an exquisite lithograph dating back to 1927. These ethereal circles take center stage once again in a poster advertising Le Nil cigarettes - their allure captured beautifully in vivid colors. Le Pele-Mele introduces us to "Le milliardaire, " an illustration brimming with opulence and intrigue. Meanwhile, clowns and poodles dance across colored engravings while giants and dwarfs challenge our perceptions. "The Artists Pipe Dreams" takes us into the realm of imagination with its whimsical color litho depiction from 1900. And let's not forget Mike from Allen & Ginter Cigarettes' World Dudes series (N31) - his stylish presence reminds us that even smoking can be seen as fashionable throughout history. Finally, we stumble upon an enigmatic image titled "He lit the pipe and placed it in the mouth of the skeleton. " Its creator remains unknown but leaves behind an indelible impression that sparks curiosity about life's mysteries. Through these diverse artworks spanning different mediums and centuries, one thing remains constant - they have captivated artists' imaginations for generations. Whether used as symbols or simply appreciated for their ephemeral beauty, these enchanting circles continue to intrigue and inspire.