tree: georgian dress; text: a girl likes to be crossed in love a little now and then ([pp] crossed in love)
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Fandom: Pride and Prejudice
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Mr & Mrs Bennet
Content Notes/Warnings: None
Medium: Digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: N/A
Artist Website/Gallery: [deviantart.com profile] ceydran
Why this piece is awesome: It's rare to find art of people who aren't Elizabeth and Darcy in this fandom, and I actually don't think I've ever seen art featuring the older generation. I love how accurately the artist has captured Mrs Bennet's good humour and vacuity and Mr Bennet's exasperation and desire to be pretty much anywhere else.
Link: Mr and Mrs Bennet
tree: black and white drawing of regency couple with red heart between them ([pp] you must allow me to tell you)
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Fandom: Pride and Prejudice
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Elizabeth Bennet/Fitzwilliam Darcy
Content Notes/Warnings: None
Medium: Digital
Artist on DW/LJ: N/A
Artist Website/Gallery: [deviantart.com profile] palnk
Why this piece is awesome: This is probably my favourite piece because Darcy is smiling. Adaptations and fans alike seem to want to make him a dark, brooding Heathcliff, but in canon he frequently smiles, particularly around Elizabeth. I also love that they look so young. They're supposed to be young! He's 28 and she's 21. They're young, beautiful, clever, and in love. This piece manages to show us that.
Link: Why so Serious
tree: jennifer ehle as elizabeth from the 1995 BBC adaptation ([pp] i deserve neither such praise)
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Fandom: Pride and Prejudice
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Miss Bingley, Elizabeth Bennet, and Mr Darcy
Content Notes/Warnings: None
Medium: Pen and ink, watercolour
Artist on DW/LJ: N/A
Artist Website/Gallery: [deviantart.com profile] Himmapaan
Why this piece is awesome: It's an amazingly detailed and beautiful piece of art. One of the reasons I like it is because it's historically accurate to a slightly earlier time period than all of the Pride and Prejudice adaptations. As the artist says,
Pride and Prejudice was first written in 1797 (before Austen revised her manuscript in 1813), and the action was probably originally envisioned to take place around 1795/6. Although waistlines were beginning to rise then, this was still considerably before they had become the high Empire line most of us associate with Austen. Of course, they had already become fashionable among the wealthy, such as Caroline Bingley here.
I love that you can see the slightly antagonistic relationship between Caroline and Elizabeth just from their expressions.
Link: Miss Bingley and Lizzy
tree: silhouette of jane austen; text: fueling fangirls since 1811 ([pp] powered by austen)
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Fandom: Pride and Prejudice
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Lady Catherine and Anne de Bourgh
Content Notes/Warnings: None
Medium: Digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: [personal profile] alias_sqbr
Artist Website/Gallery: [deviantart.com profile] sqbr
Why this piece is awesome: Because it's steampunk Jane Austen! Because Anne is a Brain In A Jar! Because Lady Catherine looks delightfully and canonically cranky!
Link: Steampunk Pride and Prejudice 1
bossymarmalade: elsie from gosford park (blase blase blase)
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Fandom: Pride & Prejudice (small fandoms)
Characters: Darcy, Elizabeth
Content Notes: none
Medium: sketch on tablet?
Artist on DW/LJ: [livejournal.com profile] whydah
Artist Website/Gallery: http://vimfuego.deviantart.com/

Why this piece is awesome: I love love LOVE when a piece is really simple (the artist even says that she didn't spend as much time with it as she intended) and it *still* conveys so much character and movement and liveliness and emotion. The cartoony style is so appealing, too.

Link: pride and prejudice | by whydah

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