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Caroline Richardson 1h
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Swarez Art Oct 20
Launching tomorrow - a new painting with rich metallic blues and the most amazing gold you will ever see!
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Pratik Chitte 10m
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Shay Culligan Oct 20
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Karmela 9h
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Kiran Nadar Museum 11h
Bringing the museum to your doorstep! Immerse yourself in art with our new virtual tours! Click here for a unique experience: VR Experience: BongWater Films
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Pauline Park 20m
died in 1909; at the age of 67; one of 's greatest , helped revolutionize & was a key figure in helping create ; this is his uncle (Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert) costumed as a monk (1866):
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EcArtNow Oct 20
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I Learned Something in College!? Oct 21
Another episode of ILSiC is here! Julia White is our guest this week, and she regales us with her distinction between and . Jordan warns of and the horrors of . Episodes at .
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Nestor Toro Art Oct 20
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audioexhibition 7h
Untitled (Village Street Scene) Beauford 1948 @ Terra Foundation for American Art
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Jake Roberts 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺🇵🇸. BLM 🤛🏿. 1h
This is just not art. It's a great depiction of a typical modern day family. One that we should celebrate. Of course families come with multiple parents and genders also. But this one really caught my eye.
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Art By Lloyd 19m
Another new print to go on the website, Paul Weller. 5 background choices, Chocolate, Banana, Blueberry, peach 7 Bubblegum.
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process22 11h
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🌈🍃 The Wild Thyme 🌱🌈 44m
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ARTSHOPPY 9h
Rabin Mondal’s great propensity to paint heads or faces makes one wonder about his choice of models.Are these portraits of those familiar to him?
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SGFineArt2 7h
Masters on paper over 5 centuries in our gallery.
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Gaston Damag 11h
Gaston Damag's Camille Lambert . This piece of artwork showcases two opposing elements -- the black and white colors of the figures and their fixed and damaged forms. .
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ARTSHOPPY 9h
Jogen Chowdhury prefers using black ink, as it brings out the darkness that he associates with life itself.
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ARTSHOPPY 8h
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