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Diane Doniol-Valcroze
In the 1800s, wealthy British landowners commissioned exaggerated paintings of their livestock as a symbol of wealth and status. Often, the animals were painted with large rectangular bodies
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Deco Dawson Mar 23
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Why for some reason does something like "I have the squarest sheep, probably ever in history! Trust me, everyone is saying my livestock is the most rectangle" come to mind?
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Susan Kuester Mar 23
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They called this period the Chonkaissance
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PureAsbestos Mar 25
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Absolute units
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Luke Furman Mar 23
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Victorian era flex
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trappy-chan Mar 23
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Sam Denney Mar 23
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Best of British show offs.
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Brett Greenwood Mar 23
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Talk about antibiotics!
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Jack Rosen Mar 23
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Famtastic rectamgular bois amd where to fimd them
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