Posts Tagged ‘clowns’
Page from a most unusual advertising booklet for Quaker Oats, 1898.
Yes, folks, it’s all happening, down at the Ole’ Internet Archive! Cast off your inhibitions, and get on down there.
Or else, I suppose the more enervated among you could always just go and look at the wisteria:
This collection of photographs, mainly of circuses and circus-acts, and housed at the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM), is simply astounding (go a couple of pages in to get to the circus images proper):
Louise Hervieu (1878-1954),
Tête de clown, ou La condition humaine.
Paris, musée national d’Art moderne – Centre Georges Pompidou