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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Florentine Primavera



"Erin - Peach" Skin from Amara Beauty (637L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Skin Applier for Catwa with Dark, Brown, Light and No Brows Options. Available in Bronze Mocha, Caramel, Honey, Marshmellow, Peach and Toffee)
 
"Grande - Naturals" from DOUX (350L)

"Athena Gown" from Enfant Terrible (*New Release*. Includes Mesh Gown for Maitreya, Hourglass and Freya Mesh Bodies with 2 Drape Texture Options. Available in 9 Color Options. Original Ad HERE)

"Midgard Necklace" from Amacci (146L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Necklace in 2 Lengths in Female and Male Versions. Includes Texture HUD with 5 Texture Options for Metal and Leather)

"Midgard Earrings" from Amacci (255L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Earrings. Includes Texture HUD with 5 Texture Options for Metal and Leather)


"Gemmed Coronet - Gold" from The Half Moon Market (75L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Wearable Crown in Gold and Silver with Copy & Mod Permissions)

Hair Roses from Persefona (Free)


"Primavera (Italian pronunciation: [primaˈveːra], meaning "Spring"), is a large panel painting in tempera paint by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli made in the late 1470s or early 1480s. It has been described as "one of the most written about, and most controversial paintings in the world", and also "one of the most popular paintings in Western art".
The painting depicts a group of figures from classical mythology in a garden, but no story has been found that brings this particular group together. Most critics agree that the painting is an allegory based on the lush growth of Spring, but accounts of any precise meaning vary, though many involve the Renaissance Neoplatonism which then fascinated intellectual circles in Florence. The subject was first described as Primavera by the art historian Giorgio Vasari who saw it at Villa Castello, just outside Florence, by 1550."
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