Pigtails in Paint: an excellent site devoted to the girl in visual arts. Backup site.
The site has a new address and a new ISP. Most posts of the old site were also saved on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
See also its Facebook page.
Amours enfantines et Childhood Loves: les amours enfantines et la sensualité des petites filles, d’après des extraits d’œuvres littéraires, des articles de journaux, etc. Aussi sur Facebook.
La page Facebook de l’auteur contient énormément d’images de fillettes. Voyez également son mini-site Paedophilia for dummies.
op een zomernacht: meisjesliefde (met nonkel Juul) in het Nederlands—if you can understand that language … unfortunately, it has been removed!
Childhood in Art: a huge collection of artworks featuring girls (and also boys).
Poetry and Art:
MoonCCat: poésie, photographie, musique et… absinthe (aussi sur Facebook). Il chante également dans le groupe Little Girl / Camera Men (aussi sur Facebook) et tient Vert d’Absinthe, la première boutique française dédiée à l’absinthe.
The Poems of Ernest Dowson: reproduces the poems of Verses and Decorations. See also The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson, With a Memoir by Arthur Symons, Project Gutenberg Ebook, containing Verses, Decorations and The Pierrot of the Minute.
The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore: a real treasure, this site has the most complete information on Poe, his life, his works and everything that has been said about him.
John Clare Weblog: regular posts with poems and writings by Clare, and many links.
Troubadours: lots of poetry in Occitan language, some with English translations.
Celestial Venus (previously called Jungendblog, then Voice for Joy): about spiritual love and youth (Jugend) in figurative painting and sculpture in the late 19th and early 20th century—with many beautiful girls and women.
Decadenthandbook’s Blog: a deceased blog about the so-called “Decadent” movement in literature and art.
Frank T. Zumbachs Mysterious World: private blog (with access on request) devoted to strange and mysterious art.
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