Spangles

FanFiction

With the loss of links on profile pages on fanfiction.net, all those links to live journal pages and banners were lost. Sigh...
Here they are again, if you care.

Links to the banners for my stories:

Faking It (banner by Sigh_for_Sigh)

Faking It blinkie by the awesome WriteOnTime

Girl with a Red Umbrella (banner by Nightshade)

Girl with a Red Umbrella (thanks to prettypetticoat for the banner!)

Girl with a Red Umbrella (thanks to Zigster for the beautiful banner!)

La Résistance (banner by TallulahBelle)

The Wedding Party (banner by TallulahBelle)

The Wedding Party (thanks to jenn.at.10 for the banner!)

Waterloo (banner by flightlessbird) It has a banner now!

The Art Teacher (banner by TallulahBelle)

The Next Ten Minutes (banner by catonspeed)

It Happened One Night (banner by TallulahBelle)

Two Words

Two Words (thanks to Kassiah at The Fictionators!)

There was a banner contest for the 2010 Age of Edward Contest. These are the banners made for Gilded.



Other Story Information

I have separate live journal pages for both Girl with a Red Umbrella and La Résistance, with pictures, artwork, music and more. 


Girl with a Red Umbrella

La Résistance


The Art Teacher:
The song by Rufus Wainwright that inspired the story.











Spangles

Chapter 7- Pictures at an Exhibition

 The Frick Collection:


The Garden Court at the Frick:


Reception at the Frick:


South Hall:



Officer and Laughing Girl- Johannes Vermeer, 1657


The Library: 


Lady Skipwith- Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1787


The West Gallery:



The Harbor of Dieppe- J.M.W. Turner, 1826


Symphony in Gray and Green: The Ocean- James Abbott McNeill Whistler, 1866





Spangles

The Art Teacher, Chapter 3- Hope Around the Edges

 The Wyndham Sisters by John Singer Sargent, 1899

The Slave Ship by J. M. W. Turner, 1840



The Fighting Téméraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to be Broken by J.M. W. Turner, 1838


The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, 16th October, 1834 by J.M. W. Turner, 1835

I took some liberties with these Turners, as none of them are actually at The Met, but they give a good feel for his work.